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Student Advisory Group

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Do you want to make a difference?

Passionate about student health and well-being and looking to make a difference in your community? Use your voice. Join a Student Health and Well-being Advisory Group and make real changes happen on your campus.

What’s in it for me?

  • Have your voice heard. With a seat at the table, you'll advise and inform current programming and future strategic direction for Student Wellbeing.

  • Play an active role in developing and executing the committee's mandate.

  • Work alongside staff and students dedicated to ensuring the health and well-being of Toronto Metropolitan student

  • Track your participation on Level Up and get recognized for your contributions.

  • Leave a legacy behind for the Toronto Metropolitan University community.


The purpose of the Student Health Advisory Group is to bring to the forefront student health concerns and needs. The Group will serve as a liaison between the student body, Student Wellbeing, and Toronto Metropolitan University at large in order to gather student input and perspectives on health and well-being on campus. Utilizing the knowledge and feedback from students, the SAG will aim to develop health initiatives and programs that reflect the collaboration between diverse student groups as well as reflecting recognized student health concerns.

How to Apply

If you are interested in making a difference, submit your application here!, external link

Please note we are capping the number of participants at 20 students.

Interested in finding out more?

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Allan Macdonald, Director of Student Wellbeing at or 416 979 5000 ext. 2286.

Student Wellbeing is a department within Student Affairs made up of health professionals, staff, and students dedicated to providing programming, support, and resources to students from a holistic lens.