University of Toronto Engineering Society
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One of the UTSU’s most recognized services is the Health and Dental Plan, click here to find out more about it, including how to submit a claim and opt-out. The UTSU also offers discounts and other services; visit UTSU’s Services to learn more. If you’re interested in getting involved with the UTSU, check out the Commissions Section on their website.
The UTSU maintains a policy and mechanism for the recognizing of campus organizations. For the purpose of this policy, all such organizations, wishing to use “University of Toronto Students’ Union” or “UTSU” in their names, and all groups wishing to access Union services and to participate in Union sponsored events, must first be recognized by the Union. Union “members” are defined as University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) members as outlined in UTSU By-Laws, unless otherwise specified. Campus club(s), group(s), and campus organization(s) are used interchangeably and only refer to St. George campus-recognized clubs. For all the information you need to know about UTSU Clubs, click here.
Yes! Engineering clubs can be recognized for the UTSU. Any club can apply for recognition. If a club fulfills both of the following two criteria, it will not be eligible for funding, but can be eligible for all of the other club services that are unique to the UTSU. If a club only fulfills one of the following, then it is eligible for all services including funding. An Engineering Club is any campus group that meets both of the following two criteria:
By being recognized, you can access the UTSU Clubs Services which include: