Clubs & Organizations
- Chess Club players at Hart House.
- One of CIUT's radio hosts.
- Tranquil prayer and meditation spaces for multi-faith groups.
Join new communities as you pursue interests and discover new ones.
With more than 800 clubs and student-run organizations, student life at the University of Toronto is rich with opportunities to meet friends and explore your passions and talents. Eco-conscious students can join the Environmental Student Union or volunteer at the U of T greenhouses or community gardens. Students with a love for the arts express their creativity in drama, photography, cinema, art and Bhangra and Hip Hop clubs. Budding journalists and public speakers produce student newspapers and radio shows, craft arguments for debate competitions and volunteer their time teaching media awareness to adolescents.
Communities also form around cultural connections and spiritual ties, including the Kurdish Students Association, the Chinese Magazine club, the Islamic Business Association and the Caribbean Connectionists. Departmental student societies like the Undergraduate Commerce Society and the Historical Studies Society host pub nights, guest lectures and movie nights. Through the many clubs at U of T, students can also meet fellow sport, culture and political enthusiasts.
University of Toronto prides itself on providing students with every opportunity to cultivate their curiosity and have a great time in the process. Ulife has a complete list of the existing clubs and organizations on each campus and resources for starting a new club yourself.
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