Throughout the academic year we connect with the UTSC community to share Indigenous teachings and knowledge.
This website provides an overview to the Indigenous community, initiatives, services, and academic programs on all three U of T campuses.
Read U of T's TRC report to learn more about the calls to action.
U of T is dedicated in its efforts to be a place deserving of Indigenous community members. As part of its commitment to achieve this, the University released its response Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report, entitled Wecheehetowin: Answering the Call in January 2017.
The Indigenous Book club is a tri-campus initiative started at the University of Toronto Scarborough by the Student Life Programs office in collaboration with UTSC Library. The book club goals are to foster a space of collaboration, sharing, inquiry, and respect amongst faculty, staff, students, and local community through the discovery and awareness of Indigenous authors and themes thereby creating a sense of community.
Indigenous Learning Circle
Learning circles focus on Aboriginal ways of life, healing and culture. All staff, faculty, and students are invited to attend.
Indigenous Experiential Journey Trip
The Indigenous Experiential Journey is an opportunity for University of Toronto students to connect with an Indigenous Community on traditional teaching land with the aim or providing participants with direct, meaningful opportunities for cultural exchange and dialogue with First Nations peoples. The Indigenous Experiential Journey Trip occurs twice a year, you can participate for one day during Fall Reading Week, and for three days during the month of April in the Winter semester.
How to Get Involved
The following are examples of how students, staff, faculty, and departments can get involved: