Learning at U of T happens outside of the classroom, too. Get involved on campus to build your skills and find the people and activities that matter to you. Check out Co-Curricular Record opportunities and explore Ulife Online, a database of student clubs and organizations.
Getting involved is also a great way to:
- gain practical work experience
- meet new people and discover the city
- stay active and de-stress
Want some inspiration? Avant-garde filmmaker Atom Egoyan (B.A., Trinity College, Hon DSL, Hon LLD) speaks about how getting caught up with the film board at Hart House while pursing a degree in international relations influenced his career as a filmmaker.
Ulife Service CentreThe Ulife Service Centre provides a variety of services to recognized student organizations at the University. Learn more about Ulife Service Centre
Co-Curricular RecordThe Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official U of T document that recognizes your co-curricular involvement as an important part of your university experience. Learn more about Co-Curricular Record