Campaigns and Advocacy
The Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students at the University of Toronto (APUS) represents over 6000 fall/winter and 14,000 summer part-time students across all three campuses of the University of Toronto. APUS was founded in 1968 by part-time students who wanted to make part-time study an integral part of the University. We endeavour to ensure that the rights of all part-time students are respected, provide cost-saving services, programs and events, and represent the voices of part-time undergraduate students across the University and to all levels of government. We are fundamentally committed to the principle of access to education for all. We strive to ensure that the academic and social needs of part-time undergraduate students are met by building a more inclusive educational and campus life experience for all part-time students.
% of Part-time Students
10 per cent of undergraduate students study part-time.
We represent part-time students at UTM, UTSG and UTSC.
APUS Team 2016-2017
Mala Kashyap email@example.com
Susan Froom firstname.lastname@example.org
VP Events and Outreach
Modele Kuforiji email@example.com
Margaret Ebifegha firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Pyne email@example.com
From September 26-28, APUS is hosting our tri-campus Part-time Student Orientation! The orientation will feature workshops on navigating the University, financial planning, academic success and how to get involved in the UofT community. Refreshments will be provided. Workshops will be offered at each of the UTSC,UTSG and UTM campuses. To register, visit: apus-workshops.eventbrite.ca
As a mature or part-time student, your experience transitioning into and journeying through university may be a little different. Join us for an evening to learn about services available to support your success and connect with fellow students. register here! Date: Thursday, September 8, 2016 | 5-7 PM Location: Main Activity Hall, Multi-Faith Centre | 569 Spadina Avenue
The Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students (APUS) and the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) would like to invite students to our part-time and mature students’ orientation event! Join us as we welcome students to the UTM community. This casual dinner event will feature a catered dinner, dessert, speeches, prizes, and more! details found here!
APUS is hiring! We are currently welcoming applications for the positions of Member Services Coordinator and Campaigns and Advocacy Coordinator. Please find the job postings here: Member Services Coordinator Campaigns & Advocacy Coordinator Deadline to apply is August 3, 2016 at 5 pm. Please contact Danielle Sandhu, Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Join the Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students, Black Students’ Association at UofT, Students for Barrier Free Access (SBA), UT Graduate Students’ Union and UTM Students’ Union (UTMSU) for a Caribana celebration! Featuring music, performances, art, free food and more! All are welcome!
Are you taking summer school courses? Take a look at our bursaries for this summer! Deadline: July 15, 2016 for Second term
Join APUS and partners for Pride Picnic 2016! On June 29, the Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students (APUS) along with the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) Woodsworth Inclusive (WINC), University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU), Scarborough Campus Students’ Union (SCSU), and Woodsworth College Students’ Association (WCSA) and our campus partners would like[…]
Join APUS and collaborators for UTM’s annual iftaar dinner. May Allah/God accept all our fasts and prayers during this blessed month. Please join us for a community iftaar dinner this Thursday, June 16th, doors open at 8:30pm. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Anybody who offers meal for breaking of the fast of[…]
Join LGBTOUT and APUS and members of the community as we gather together to remember and honour the lives lost at the Pulse Nightclub Shooting. This is a moment where it is difficult to know what to do, so we ask everyone to come together as a community to support one another. The LGBTOUT drop-in[…]
Are you taking summer school courses? Take a look at our bursaries for this summer! Deadlines: May 27, 2016 for First term and July 15, 2016 for Second term