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Since the program's inception, ComCult students have been instrumental in forming a graduate student culture at TMU. They were among the first to develop a Graduate Student Association, and have coordinated the Intersections graduate conference annually since 2001.
The Communication & Culture Graduate Students’ Association (ComCult GSA) (external link) represents all students registered in the Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture at York and TMU Universities. The ComCult GSA is affiliated with both the Toronto Metropolitan Students' Union (through the TMU Graduate Students' Union (external link) ) and the York Federation of Students (YFS) (external link) .
Toronto Metropolitan University's campus is located in downtown Toronto within several blocks of Yonge and Dundas. York has several campuses, but its main Keele campus (external link) is in the northwest part of the city (near Downsview). The two campuses are readily accessible by public transit (external link) .
The territory that is now known as Toronto has a rich history that extends thousands of years before European settlers arrived. TMU is on the territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee & the Huron-Wendat, covered by the Dish with One Spoon Treaty, Treaty #13, and the Williams Treaties. Read more about why we Acknowledge the Land.