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Student Life

Student Life cultivates learning that has a lasting and transformative impact on students and communities.

Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC)

The ARC is committed to increasing the representation and success of Aboriginal learners and promoting Aboriginal cultures and heritage within the campus community. ARC provides a warm and caring environment - a home away from home - open to everyone.

Certificate, Civic Engagement and Global Citizenship

NOTE: Students must be enrolled in certificate to be invited to organization. Housed in CSAHS and supported by Student Life, the Certificate is open to all undergraduate students and consists of 2.5 credits and 120 volunteer engagement hours.

Community Engagement and Global Citizenship (CEGC)

We foster leadership, community engagement and social change through active collaboration and meaningful learning experiences.

I Am A Gryphon (IAAG)

Current students, staff & faculty click Read More to sign the pledge. If you are a member of the Gryphon family and no longer have credentials, stay tuned! A new website will be launched this month.

International Student Connections (ISC)

Connecting international students to people and services; serving the campus community by fostering an environment of cultural competency and celebrating spiritual, religious and cultural diversity.

Leadership Education & Development (LEAD)

LEAD is home to a range of student leadership training, services, learning and more housed in Student Life and is open for membership. Join us in exploring leadership at Guelph.

Move Out Madness (mom)

MOM helps students get rid of food, clothing, household, and bulk items that they no longer need during move out.

Multi-Faith Resource Team

The Multi-Faith Resource Team represents many faith traditions represented at the University - Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Sikh and others. Our role is to promote understanding and encourage harmony in diversity.

Off Campus Living (OCL)

Off-Campus Living staff and Peer Helpers work in the areas of tenant rights (including lease reviews), rental listings, neighbourhood relations, and commuter services at the Information Desk.

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