Victoria Student Projects offers financial support to projects that enhances student experience from the University of Victoria College at the University of Toronto.
The Student Initiative Fund (SIF) offers financial support to projects that enhance the student experience and foster a sense of community at the University of Toronto.
The mission of the Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto is to provide the intellectual core for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia, a continent of great historical depth and cultural richness that comprises more than half of the world’s population and the second- and third-largest economies. Just as Asia’s growing international influence is dramatically transforming global affairs in the 21st century, the Asian Institute is transforming our understanding of this dynamic region.
Woodsworth College Students Association represents the 6,000+ students at Woodsworth College. They organize Social, Cultural and Athletic events with the diverse interests of the student population in mind.
The Hart House Good Ideas Fund helps enhance student life in support for student-initiated experiential learning opportunities.
The Contemporary Asian Studies Student Union (formerly known as the Pan-Asia Student Society) is the undergraduate course union for the Contemporary Asian Studies program at the University of Toronto. CASSU was founded in 2010 by students in the Dr. David Chu Asia Pacific Studies program, and strives to strengthen students’ understanding towards contemporary Asia from a global perspective in a non-classroom setting.
The Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto ranks among the world’s best. It provides an ideal setting for students and learners at all levels to engage with novel ideas, thorough scholarship and creative research in all of the discipline’s subfields, as well as in an array of interdisciplinary areas of inquiry. As a community of established and emerging scholars — teachers and students — the Department of Political Science are uniquely positioned to draw upon a Canadian perspective as well as the university’s intellectual buzz and the city’s cultural diversity, to address the most enduring questions of politics, locally and internationally.