Groups must renew their U of T Scarborough campus group each year in order to continue to use University facilities and the University’s name. This includes use of university space for activities, maintaining UofT email accounts and web sites, and continued use of other services and resources.
All campus groups expire on April 30 of each year. You will receive an email from the Department of Student Life regarding the renewal process around this time. You must complete the renewal process before the end of the summer in order to be a recognized campus group for the following school year.
To begin the renewal process, log in to ULife and click the renew button that appears on the main page next to your groups’ name. The people listed as the primary and secondary contacts for the group are the ones who will have the ability to do this. Following this, your group’s constitution will be reviewed, and you will be contacted by a Campus Groups staff member to set up a renewal meeting.
NOTE: We prefer if an incoming club executive initiates the renewal process, not an executive who is leaving.
Our group has submitted an application for recognition or renewal. How long does it take for the application to be processed?
Due to a high volume of applications and staff transitions during busy periods, applications can take up to 2 weeks to be processed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Applications missing complete contact information, group details, and the group's constitution can delay the process further. Revisions to a group's constitution or missing group information can extend the processing period. Your group will receive an email asking you for potential meeting times when we have processed your application.