With more than 200 clubs and organizations, it's easy to get involved in campus life at U of G, and it is one of the best ways to ease your transition to university life.
Student clubs span cultural and religious interests, sports and academics, the arts and community service - there's something here for everyone. In addition, there are a number of student governments on campus and many groups that advocate for important social issues.
With so many clubs and organizations, including cultural and religious clubs, service groups and student media groups, you're sure to find one that piques your interest!
For a complete list, visit: www.gryphlife.ca
U of G students are actively involved in dynamic student government groups. As an undergraduate student, you will be a member of the Central Student Association (CSA), the official University of Guelph student government. The CSA organizes:
- your student bus pass,
- your student health and dental plans,
- the Bullring, an on-campus coffee pub,
- Sunday Cinema, a weekly film series,
- concerts, shows, and speakers.
Students living in residence are represented on a variety of campus committees by Interhall Council, which organizes social, cultural and educational events in residence. There are also separate student governments affiliated with each academic college.