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.


COEN Community Outreach and Engagement Network
Sustainability Sustainability and environmental
Arts and creative Hosted by Hart House
Faith and spirituality Hosted by the Multi-Faith Centre
International & global International experience and global community
Gender diversity Sexual and gender diversity
Cultural Club Network Hosted by Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office
Mentorship Hosted by Office of Student Life, Mentorship and Leadership
Career Club Hub Hosted by the Career Centre
21 Sussex Clubhouse Hosted by Office of Student Life, Clubs and Leadership Development


Hosted by Centre for Community Partnerships

Who should join: All groups interested in or doing work that involves social justice, community engagement, service-learning or volunteering.

About us: The Community Engagement and Outreach Network is organized through the Centre for Community Partnerships, and meets four times a year. Students have a chance to network with other engaged groups, share information with others, and participate in facilitated discussions.


Contact: Elvis Ibrahimovic ( for further information or to join this Hub.

Upcoming meeting dates:

To be announced

Sustainability and environmental

Hosted by UTERN (University of Toronto Environmental Resource Network) in collaboration with the Sustainability Office

Who should join: Environment related clubs, groups and services

About us: Meetings are hosted by UTERN’s Internal Executive Liaison approximately once a month during the academic year. These meetings provide a way for students involved in environment-related clubs or initiatives to connect with UTERN and learn about our services. They also provide the opportunity for student leaders to network with other in the U of T environmental community and learn from each other.

Representatives from environment groups at U of T, and any other students interested in building the environmental network are welcome to attend the meetings.



Upcoming meeting dates:

To be announced

Arts and creative

Who should join: Clubs and groups with an artistic/creative focus. This includes performing arts, literary arts, visual arts and music.

About us: The Arts and Culture Hub is an opportunity for arts-, music- and expressive culture-based groups on campus to connect and collaborate around shared interests and activities. Throughout the year we will be networking, skill-building, and exploring unique partnership opportunities to support groups’ engagement, outreach and creative goals.

Contact: Jasmine Kochar

Upcoming dates:


Faith and spirituality

Hosted by the Multi-Faith Centre

Who should join: Chairs and Presidents of faith-based student organizations. 

About us: The Faith and Spirituality Hub is organized through the Multi-Faith Centre for Spiritual Study and Practice and meets formally twice a year. The Hub provides an opportunity for student leaders of faith-based organizations on campus to network and learn from each other. The Hub also provides a way for the Multi-Faith Centre to learn about and support the needs of faith-based clubs and for the clubs to give input to the programming of the Centre and learn about our services. 

Contact: Richard Chambers 


Upcoming meeting dates: 

Student Leaders of Faith and Ethically Based Clubs Dinner
5:30 - 7:30 pm Mon Sept 21
Main Activity Hall, U of T Multi-Faith Centre
569 Spadina Ave M5S 2J7 (directly south of New College)

International experience and global community

Who should join: Student clubs and groups with global, international and cultural interests—this can include interests in international experience; international student transition/support; intercultural learning and experiences; and global community.

About us: The International Experience Club Hub is hosted by the Centre for International Experience (CIE) and brings together a variety of like-minded student groups for networking, information sharing, as well as exploring areas for collaboration and skills development/learning.  There will be approximately 4 meetings in the year.

Contact: Elaine Munro

Upcoming meeting dates:

Wednesday, November 30, 2016, 5:30 p.m.
Centre for International Experience, 33 St. George St.


Sexual diversity

Who should join: All student organizations with a Sexual and Gender Diversity focus. The Sexual and Gender Diversity Office has extended invitations to all groups eligible for the Hub. If you did not receive this invitation, please email Scott Clarke at to inquire about the Hub.                                                            

About us:


Upcoming meeting dates:

To be announced

Cultural Club Network

Who should join: Open to all cultural and faith-based clubs.

About us: The Cultural Club Network is organized by the Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office and meets once per term. Students will have the opportunity to connect with a broad diversity of cultural clubs within the University while learning from and with one another, networking, collaborating and engaging in facilitated skills development. Potential session topics include: mentorship, leadership, and engaging cultural diversity, equity and inclusion in the work of your club.


Contact: Sandra Carnegie-Douglas ( for further information or to join the hub.

Upcoming meeting dates:

To be announced


Who should join: Any clubs or groups who have peer mentors.

About us:

Gain access to training resources, ways to enhance your program and meet other club leaders facing the same challenges (and having successes) that you are. If you are interested in meeting like-minded individuals and discovering new tools and techniques for enhancing leadership and mentorship in your organization please contact

Upcoming dates:

January 20, 2016  5:30 to 7:30, 21 Sussex Ave Rm 315

March 30, 2016  5:30 to 7:30, 21 Sussex Ave Rm 315

Contact: Erin Clifford (


Career Club Hub

Hosted by the Career centre

Who should join: On-campus clubs interested in career/professional development.

About us: The Career Club Hub will be a space for on-campus clubs interested in career and professional development to connect with one another using the Career Centre and its resources. This Hub will invite student groups to collaborate with the Career Centre and each other to ensure career-related events will be well attended by enthusiastic students looking to grow their networks and career exploration capacities. The Career Club Hub will also help the Career Centre understand the professional development needs of student leaders who have an invested interest in career exploration.

Contact: Karen McCrank

Upcoming Dates:

Meeting: Monday July 27th 2015 4pm-6pm at Career Centre

Kick Off: September 16, 17 OR 18th 2015–TBA

Symposium: November 2015 –TBA 

21 Sussex Clubhouse

Who should join: All clubs and groups with office space in 21 Sussex Clubhouse.

About us: This Hub will bring together all 50 clubs and groups with office space in 21 Sussex. The Hub will serve to connect neighbours in the building and create opportunities for collaboration and networking as we build the vibrant community of the Clubhouse.


Club Hub expectations

Participation in the Hub is optional but strongly encouraged for all 21 Sussex office occupants. For clubs who wish to have CCR validation through the Hub, participation at 75% of the meetings is required. For those who not require validation through this Hub, you are welcome to attend any meetings you wish to. Some of the dates listed here are mandatory for all occupants in 21 Sussex (regardless of Hub membership) as these are requirements of your Occupancy Agreement. We encourage 1-2 consistent members from your club to attend as this will help to build momentum. If your selected member cannot make it to a meeting, a replacement is always welcome to attend.

Registration will open soon! 


The Hub and office space requirements

Occupants in 21 Sussex have certain requirements and expectations to uphold that are listed in your Occupancy Agreement. The Hub is not a replacement for these requirements or for the annual application for space.

Contact: Jennifer Galley (

Upcoming meeting dates:

Fall Mandatory Meeting: September 26, 2017 

Winter Mandatory Meeting: TBD