We recognize that the cost of education is high, and that in addition to tuition fees, students need to pay for transit, childcare, food, books, rent and other expenses. UTMSU aims to provide its members with cost-saving services in addition to our work on advocating for lower tuition fees, affordable transit and childcare to help save you money.
Students are diverse. In addition to school, many of us work, have families, or have other obligations on campus or in our community. Students face unique challenges accessing post-secondary education. As the central voice for UTM students, UTMSU lobbies on a local, provincial and national level on behalf of our members.
We aim to build a community for all UTMSU members through events and programming. In an effort to be accessible to all students, UTMSU hosts events and programming during the day, in the evening, on weekends, and year-round.
Check out our vlog about the New Policy on Open, Accessible and Democratic Student Organizations. It’s a little long but we wanted to talk about the history of this policy and why we, along with some of our clubs, academics societies, and sister student unions oppose the policy! If you’re interested in getting involved comeRead More
Here is some important dates and deadlines for the month of May relating to summer school, as well as information regarding to UPass distribution and also job postings for Orientation Coordinator, Orientation Committee and Orientation leaders!Read More
WELCOME TO ANOTHER YEAR WITH THE UTMSU! We just wanted to do a quick round of introductions so that you can get to know your execs better! President: Nour Alideeb VP Internal: Jackie Zhao VP University Affairs & Academics: Vanessa Demello VP Campus Life: Tyrell Subban VP Equity: Maleeha Baig VP External: Marise HopkinsRead More