Most campus groups and clubs at the University of Toronto seek recognition based on the Policy on the Recognition of Campus Groups.
Recognition gives a group certain benefits
- The right to use the University’s name in conjunction with your activities. Only officially recognized campus groups may use “University of Toronto” in the name of the organization
- Use of University facilities and meeting spaces at a lower cost or at no cost compared to external organizations
- Access to listservs and web server space
- Listings in directories provided to the University community, including Ulife Online
Group leaders can apply for recognition through the Ulife Online. Campus groups include cultural groups, advocacy, social justice, hobby, arts and much more.
Student societies and course/program unions are not required to seek recognition, however, many of these groups apply for recognition to access certain benefits.
All undergraduate and graduate students looking to start a campus group or club
All groups are asked to submit applications for recognition on-line. The process for group recognition is outlined on Ulife Online.
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