The Ulife Service Centre provides a variety of services regarding campus organizations at the University. We serve students, student leaders and U of T community members. Our amazing Campus Organizations Assistants are all experienced club leaders and executives, and they can help answer any questions you might have about starting or leading a group, or holding space in 21 Sussex.  Stop by during our office hours to learn more!  

Create a club

Creating your own club and getting recognition from the University is easy if you follow these procedures. We’re here to help!


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Get constitution support

Groups should ensure that their group's constitution follow the guidelines of the University's Recognition Policy. 


Club services

There are many services for student groups offered by Ulife and various other offices at the University of Toronto. Services include online services, finding useful space for your group, leadership training, bank letters and more.


Co-curricular Record Validation

Recognized clubs and groups are eligible to apply for Co-Curricular Record Validation. Clubs and Groups are required to have a U of T Faculty or Staff member to serve as their validator AND attend CCR training.  


Hubs for Clubs

Hubs for Clubs are networks for like-minded groups to connect to other groups as well as a faculty/staff/department Hub Host. Hubs are designed to encourage dialogues and inspire opportunities for networking and collaboration.

The St. George Campus is home to over 600 individual campus organizations and the Hub will allow groups to know about the various projects and resources other student organizations and services have. Through dialogue and sharing, student organizations will identify areas for collaboration, working together and sharing the valuable resources on campus.

Annual open House

Get to know the 50+ clubs and offices housed at 21 Sussex Clubhouse during our annual Open House!