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Student Life

There’s lots going on in the Toronto Metropolitan science community. Check out the possibilities below, and find more ways to meet new friends and get involved as a physics undergraduate. With campus located in the heart of Toronto, there’s also plenty to explore just steps away in the downtown core.

Medical Physics Course Union

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The Medical Physics Course Union represents undergraduate medical physics students. Hear what’s happening, and have a say in your academic program and student life. Maybe even consider running for council.

Women in Physics

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WiP supports and fosters a safe space for women, underrepresented and equity deserving people in physics. Gather with like-minded undergraduate and graduate students, post doctoral fellows, faculty and alumni. Build your professional network. Join the conversation.

Student Interest Groups

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Meet new friends who share your personal, academic or professional interests. Students organize tons of groups across campus, each one with its own focus and flavour.

Undergraduate Science Society

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The USSTM is the university’s science-centred student society. Get the latest on STEM events, conferences, competitions, and the year-end Science Formal. The USSTM also provides academic and event funding support.

Science Projects & Event Funding

The Faculty of Science, Physics Department and Undergraduate Science Society of Toronto Met (external link)  have funds to help students organize special events or projects, or attend STEM conferences and competitions. Present your idea and find out if you qualify.

Science Lounge

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Hang out with students not only in physics, but across the Faculty of Science. The Science Lounge is your spot to meet, study, host an event or just hang out. Drop in to Kerr Hall 223. OneCard gives you exclusive access.