Get Involved!


UTERN holds annual elections for our executive committee in late March, with by-elections held in September for any open positions. If you have a passion for leadership and sustainability at UofT,

we strongly encourage you to join our team!


Any inquiries regarding elections can be sent to

Interested in joining an environmentally-focused student group at UofT? Check out this list of amazing student groups on campus that have the common goal of environmental sustainability!

UTERN allocates funding to individuals or student groups planning projects or events related to sustainability. Visit our funding page to learn more about our funding guidelines and the application process. For individuals or groups who are in need of funding, our application is available here.

UofT’s body of student-lead environmental organizations are constantly creating useful handouts and informational maps. We’ve made a resources page to get started on tracking some of these efforts. You can add your materials of interest here!

Land Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge that UofT is on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg Peoples,Haudenosaunee Peoples, and The Chippewa Peoples, and is the subject of the Dish with OneSpoon Wampum Belt Covenant. The Mississauga's of The New Credit are the most recent to call. The Greater Toronto Area their home, but we also seek to acknowledge the Petun-TionontatiPeoples, The Huron-Wendat, and The Attiwonderonk Neutral Nations. Toronto (as it includesScarborough) and Mississauga are also governed under Treaty 13 (Toronto), The TorontoPurchase of 1805, The Ajetance Treaty 19 of 1808 (Mississauga), Treaties 22 and 23(Mississauga), along with Treaty 13A (Mississauga). We seek to realign our thinking and effortsto further and center Indigenous causes and movements.

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