Southeast Asian Student Engagement programming and support provides connections to academic, career, wellness and many other services to foster a sense of belonging and community.
Within each area of programming, there is a focus on connection (to each other and the broader U of T community), as well as navigating barriers to access and inclusion.
Southeast Asian Student Engagement is part of Access & Inclusion Peer Programs.
This program is for Southeast Asian students along with intersectional identities, including: Racialized, international, 2SLGBTQIA+, mature, Transitional Year Programme students (current & former) and other lived identities.
How The Program Works
Mentor navigator appointments will return in August 2022.
Learn more about the mentor navigators and ask key questions at drop-ins held weekly starting September 6, 2022.
Join us for events that focus on specific connections and support for Southeast Asian students.
Program Activities & Schedule25 Oct
Southeast Asian Students & Clubs Welcome
Meet Southeast Asian peers, club leaders, staff and faculty who will share their experiences, supports and advice. Event ends with a social!Register5 Dec
Black, Latin American, Southeast Asian & First Generation Undergrad Students Engaging in Research
African Black Caribbean, Latin American, Southeast Asian and First Generation students discuss research with involved upper year Mentor Navigators and professors from a variety of disciplines who will share their perspectives on: how to demystify research and why this experience is important for undergrads; wayfinding and tips for preparing applications; and the demand for equitable access to opportunities. Presentation, faculty panel and Q&A, breakout rooms - bring your questions!Register
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You will receive a confirmation email regarding your registration. For questions and registration support, please email Adonica Huggins at email@example.com.
Considerations & Exceptions
If you’re interested in further resources, please check out the Mentorship & Peer Programs resource library to learn more.