If you are looking to get involved, check out the many student-led organizations that are affiliated with Calumet College.
Remember to track all of your out-of-the classroom experience using YUConnect. You can also browse the site to find clubs that match your interests.
Active Minds is an organization that strives to provide education and resources about mental health and the prevalence of mental health disorders in order to reduce stigma and so that all students know where to seek help as soon as help is needed. Active Minds has more than 250 student chapters in nearly all 50 states, plus Washington, DC, and Canada.
Black Students in Psychology (BSIP) is an ideologically-diverse association for black students and supporters to contribute to the psychological scientific community. BSIP wants to create a community where black students can feel included and gain more knowledge in the field of Psychology.
The Global Health Students’ Association (GHSA) is the representative body for the students of the Global Health program at York University. The association aims to provide social and academic support while connecting Global Health students with faculty, industry professionals, and each other. Among other services, GHSA provides one-on-one mentoring and tutoring programs to York University students.
SAHMPI connects you with various resources to help you shape your university journey. If you need help with some of your classes or some essay writing tips, SAHMPI has some peer tutoring programs. If you need some help adjusting to the university lifestyle, want someone to talk to or just have some general questions about the university and its resources then they have some peer mentoring programs for you as well.
The Undergraduate Psychology Students' Association (UPSA) aims to guide psychology students towards academic success through our academic, research and social support. Undergraduates can turn to the UPSA for information on various opportunities available within the field of psychology. UPSA provides free Peer Mentoring and Peer Tutoring services. All of their upper-year peers have at least a B+ average and have committed to helping you in both your academics and social experience here at York University.