The Multi-Faith Centre Student Advisory Committee (MFC-SAC) provides the director of the Multi-Faith Centre with advice about programming, services, policies and initiatives for students.
All registered U of T students
How The Program Works
Terms of reference
The purpose of the Multi-Faith Centre Student Advisory Committee (MFC-SAC) is to serve in a consultative capacity for the University of Toronto’s Multi-Faith Centre. The MFC-SAC consults with Centre staff by providing feedback and advising on student needs in relation to MFC programs, services and use of space.
The committee will:
- Provide advice and feedback on MFC’s strategic vision, mission and direction
- Advise on potential areas of development and recommend future initiatives
- Advise on student needs and how MFC can best serve students through programs, services and space provision
- Provide advice on outreach and delivery of MFC programs and services
Membership is open to all registered students, including undergraduate/graduate and part-time/full-time status. Membership should reflect the intersectional diversity of our campus including representation from faith-based communities on campus, representation from ethical, humanist and/or secular communities on campus, and representation from student communities who do not affiliate themselves with specific traditions or religions.
Membership includes 8-10 registered students from the St. George campus for a one year term (with an extension to two years available).
The term runs from September to August. CCR recognition is available for attending and participating in 4 meetings.
One appointed staff member from the Multi-Faith Centre will be present.
Meetings are 1.5 hours in length and occur every other month from September to March based on availability, as follows: September, November, January and March. Quorum consists of a majority of the members. Quorum must be maintained at each meeting. Minutes will be taken and made available by the appointed MFC staff member.
To participate in the Student Advisory Committee, please email email@example.com with your name and student status (undergraduate/graduate, full-time/part-time). Please indicate “SAC” in the subject line. Staff will contact applicants to further discuss expectations and student interest.