For some of the most popular clubs on campus for Political Science, Public Policy and Public Law students, please see the list below:
Department Student Association (DSA)
PSSA Political Science Student Association
The Political Science Student Association (PSSA) is the Departmental Student Association (DSA) representing political science, public policy, and public law students at the University of Toronto Scarborough. They are committed to serving as a liaison between students and the Department of Political Science, advocating for the academic interests of students, creating external (including career and post-graduate) opportunities for students, maintaining a nonpartisan, non-oppressive space for all, and promoting the study of political science and public policy.
For more information please visit PSSA
Law Society of UTSC
The Law Society of UTSC is a student-run organization that aims to engage the student community by actively providing learning opportunties pertaining to legal issues and post-graduate education.
UTSC Women in Politics
UTSCWiP gives a platform for women to address gender-specific challenges learning, working and researching in the field of politics and strives to provide an inclusive environment to help students connect with others who possess the same passion creativity, ambition and diligence to strive in the world of politics and social sciences.
For more information please visit UTSCWiP
Scarborough Model United Nations
Each year SMUNC holds a conference on the current problems of the day through a meaningful political discussion on provincial and or federal politics. The Scarborough Model United Nations Conference is run by highly motivated individual groups at UTSC for students with a thirst for passion for International Relations
If you would like more information please visit SMUNC
Canadian Diplomatic Invitational
CDI is UTSC's undergraduate-level Model United Nations conferece, emphasising resolution building, current affairs in geopolitis, international development, and oratory skills.
For more information please visit CDI
UTSC World Politics Club
The club is designed to serve as an environment in which people can discuss, debate, and learn about current and historical political issues. Members of all political leanings are welcome. Public debates, learning sessions, and lectures will be available.
For more information please visit WPC
Campus Associations & Organizations
Co-op Students’ Association
The CSA is a student association designed around organizing and implementing events, providing all necessary resources and acting as a unified voice on behalf of all Co-op students at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
If you are a Co-op Student and would like more information, please visit the CSA.
UTSC International Student Centre
The International Student Centre is here to provide you with all of the support and guidance you will need during your time at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Our transition advisors are available to assist international and exchange students and newcomers with Immigration and Transition support, and answer any of the questions you may have. We support all students to develop their intercultural skills and global mindfullness through our Global Learning programs
Please visit the UTSC International Student Centre site here
UTSC Department of Student Life
The Office of Student Experience and Wellbeing, Student Life Programs at the University of Toronto Scarborough offers exciting programs, cultivates strong communities and provides opportunities that enhance the student experience outside of the classroom.
Student Housing Advisory Committee
The Student Housing Advisory Committee (SHAC) provides residence students with the opportunity to share their opinions and ideas with Student Housing & Residence Life at UTSC. This committee is critical in providing feedback on matters that include services, resources, programming, policies, budget, and departmental priorities.
Check out SHAC
Scarborough Campus Student Union