GIVING OPPORTUNITIES

Support U of T Engineering

Student Clubs and Co-Curricular Opportunities

Join the club! Support student-led initiatives.

A successful university experience is not just about courses, labs and research — it’s also about being engaged in activities outside of the classroom. At U of T Engineering, we pride ourselves on not only providing a world-renowned education and innumerable professional opportunities to our students, but on also fostering a culture of involvement, camaraderie and plain fun through the hundreds of clubs, teams and organizations available to our students.

Donations to student clubs make a big impact on relatively small club budgets. Gifts help clubs to continue important traditions, expand and enhance club activities, empower more students to participate and develop new initiatives.

For many students, the work they do within clubs and societies is the single most memorable experience of their Skule™ years, providing opportunities for friendship, social development and personal growth. With options ranging from global humanitarian enterprises such as Engineers Without Borders to more whimsical associations like the Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad [sic], and every athletic, artistic, spiritual, creative and challenging activity in between, U of T Engineering certainly has something for any interest, inclination and aptitude.

Click here for a detailed breakdown of student club funding and accomplishments from 2018-2019.

 

Beneficiaries


  • Students, mentors and volunteers participating in more than 100 student clubs and student-led activates
  • A number of clubs benefits the larger community through humanitarian and volunteer programming

Leadership


Contact


Kristin Philpot
416-946-7827
kristin.philpot@utoronto.ca

Support Opportunties

Join the Skule™ Society with a gift of $1,000 or more

Join the Presidents’ Circle with a gift of $1827 or more

Endow a permanent source of club funding starting at $25,000 (or $5,000 a year for five years)

Club and event sponsorship

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University of Toronto Blue Sky Solar Racing

North view of the Myhal Centre

The Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Hathery students in a lab

The Entrepreneurship Hatchery

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