BLACK CANADIAN STUDENTS // Black Student Organizations on Campus

Participating in a campus organization is a great way to enhance your post-secondary experience, to network with your peers, and to establish connections with individuals from across the country that can become lifetime relationships and professional resources.

Most campuses will have a list of organizations available through the Student Council/Government, or a dedicated day/week during the school year where you can learn more about the available groups and their mandates.

It's always great to build with your classmates outside of the classroom, and build upon your commonalities like hobbies, interests, programs of study, and culture. By joining culturally-specific student groups, you can also benefit from common experiences and histories that will bring you comfort and often empowerment as well when you discover you are not alone on this important academic (and social) journey.

Here is a growing list of Black student organizations at Canadian colleges and universities. Connect, support, and empower these voices throughout their studies and beyond.

Please be patient, as the list will be continuously evolving and expanding. We welcome your additions or adjustments, and can be reached at blackstudents@kyapublishing.com.

NOVA SCOTIA | DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY (directory)

African Students Association | Black Medical Students' Association | Dalhousie Black Law Students' Association | Dalhousie Caribbean Connection

ONTARIO | UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO (directory)

African Students Association | Black Future Lawyers UTSG | Black Graduate Students Association | Black Social Work Student Association | Black STEM Network | Black Students In Business | Black Students in Law and Policy | Black Students' Association | National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), U of T Chapter | University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Black Literature Club | University of Toronto | Mississauga Black Students Association

ONTARIO | YORK UNIVERSITY (directory)

United Caribbean Islands | Black Students in Psychology | Black Arts Heals | York United Black Students' Alliance (YUBSA) | Black Future Lawyers | Indigenous Black People of Colour Organization | Glendon African Network | York University, Ontario

ONTARIO | UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR (directory)

Caribbean African Organization of Students | 


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