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Join the Innis InSIGHT Mentorship Program!

Do you want to:

Make an automatic connection with an upper-year from your program? Learn from students who’ve taken the course you are in and ones you are interest in? Make new friends and network in your stream and beyond?


Find all of this and more with Innis InSIGHT—the mentorship program at Innis College, which aims to help first-year students make a smooth transition into university life.


We group first-year students with upper-year students of the same academic program, who support and share their “insights” into university experiences—academic and otherwise. We also organize tonnes of fun social events throughout the year to introduce you to mentees and mentors from your own and other streams.


All first-year Innis College students are welcome to apply—including Rotman Commerce, engineering, Innis residents, Chestnut residents, and commuters

Deadline extended to Wed, Sept 26, 2018 at 11:59 pm.

To sign up, fill out this form: 

OR email


Please email with any questions.


Looking forward to hearing from you!

Queers, Careers and cupcakes event poster
Queers, Careers & Cupcakes • Sept. 26, 2018

Come out and enjoy delicious, free cupcakes with cool queer professionals! Chat about life, being queer in the workplace, how to get a job and make connections.

Mingle with folks from many different industries, including: Law, Research, Arts & Culture, Science, Entrepreneurship, Government and more. OH AND CUPCAKES.

This event is open to all U of T students and alumni up to 2 years out.
Date: Wednesday September 26, 2018
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Innis Green & Café (2 Sussex Ave, Toronto, ON M5S 1J5)

Questions, ideas, accessibility needs? Email:

This venue is accessible to mobility devices.

Brought to you by INpride, WiNC & Career Exploration and Education.

ICSS Free Food Event!

It’s free food … so see you there!

Wednesday, Nov 29 | 3pm | Commuter Lounge

*for as long as there is food*


The Human Library

Join us to hear people speak about their own triumphs in a complex world that often forces us to simplify our full selves. Each participant in our human library can be checked out, like a book, for 25 minutes of one-on-one time. Hear a story, share an insight and gain perspective.

This event is open to students, staff and community members.

Thursday, Nov 30 from 11-3pm at Hart House, East Common Room


Drop in but registration is encouraged

Social Innovation Keynote speaker
Social Innovation Keynote

The Agency @UofT presents this rare occasion to hear from one of Africa’s top business leaders speak on the impact of social enterprise on the African economy.

Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli is a Nigerian social entrepreneur with 21 years of experience in International Development and Business Management.  She is the founder of LEAP Africa, a nonprofit organization that focuses on encouraging leadership and development initiatives for youth and business owners.

Time: 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Address: Centre for Social Innovation, 192 Spadina Ave
Cost: Free! Refreshments provided.

For more info on her work and this, and to RVSP, visit HERE

NSA social
NSA Year-End Social

Join the NSA for an end-of-year celebration with live music, delicious Indigenous food, dancing, and socialising! All are welcome!

LOCATION: Kruger Hall, inside Woodsworth College
TIME: Doors open at 4:30, event wraps up at 6:30
This is a FREE event!

The first 40 guests will receive meal tickets for a delicious, catered, Indigenous dinner, served at 5pm. Further refreshments for all guests will also be provided.

We will also have medicine teachings and an opportunity to make your own medicine pouch! We are grateful to have elder Andrew Wesley at our event to provide ceremony.

Check out more info HERE

ELL Winter
ELL Winter 2017

*FREE* high quality English language instruction with the ELL Program will start again in Winter 2017! The Communication Cafe offers drop-in discussions, presentations, and debates, along with learning about Canadian culture (starting January 9, 2017—no registration necessary). Sessions are facilitated by writing centre instructors.

Registration is open NOW for Reading eWriting, online writing practice with a writing centre instructor (starting January 13, 2017).

Both programs are designed for multilingual students and are open to all Arts & Science undergraduates. For more information visit: 

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