Finding a balance between academic and campus life is all part of the student experience. But, many U of T Scarborough students are going a step further by making a difference in the community. Throughout the past year, 215 students contributed over 5,000 volunteer hours participating in various community engagement initiatives led by the Department of Student Life.
The Department of Student Life’s focus on creating connections between the University and the surrounding community has created a number of volunteer opportunities, such as: Imani Academic Mentorship Program, Community Day Events, Alternative Reading Week, and Community Action Projects. This range of programming provides short-term and long-term commitment options as well as a variety of activities and organizations to choose from. These experiential learning and community building opportunities are great ways for students to learn how to work collaboratively and gain hands-on experience.
To learn more about how to get involved, you can take the next step in one of the following ways: