Academic Societies List

February 14, 2020

UTM Forensics Society (IVNVI)

The UTM Forensics Society (IVNVI) is composed of students who share an interest in the application of science to matters of truth and justice. Join them […]
February 14, 2020

UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS)

The UTM Anthropology Society’s aim is to provide a network for students interested in the field of Anthropology. It works to promote the discipline of anthropology […]
February 14, 2020

Undergraduate Economics Council (UEC)

The UEC provides valuable opportunities to current and prospective economics students and help them excel in academics, adapt to our university environment, and foster their future […]
February 14, 2020

Sociology and Criminology Society (SCS)

The SCS creates an enthusiastic student body by enhancing the overall university experience for UTM students both academically and socially. They connect Sociology and Criminology students […]
February 14, 2020

Student Association for Geography and Environment (SAGE)

The SAGE acts as a liaison between faculty and students to represent student needs of those enrolled in environment and/or geography related courses. Students get opportunities […]
February 14, 2020

Psychology Association of Undergraduate Students and Erindale (PAUSE)

The PAUSE seeks to provide all students at UTM the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the diverse field of psychology. They aim to keep its […]
February 14, 2020

Political Science and Pre-law Association (PSLA)

The PSLA provides resources, guidance and support for those interested in learning more about the study and practice of law. They aim to achieve the overall […]
February 14, 2020

Philosophy Academic Society (PAS)

The PAS aims to facilitate a comfortable, encouraging, and an engaging environment for all students involved in Philosophy. The society exists to assist students in their […]
February 14, 2020

Mathematical and Computational Sciences Society (MCSS)

The MCSS aims to promote and achieve the common interests of the students and encourage academic, social, and career related support. They initiate communication between faculty […]