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About UC Lit

Short for the University College of Athletic and Literary Society, the Lit’s role is to promote an atmosphere of collegiality, community and opportunity that amplifies your student experience within UC. Our job is to ensure your needs and concerns are adequately addressed, by representing the interest of the student body.

We seek to cultivate a community fostered within values of accessibility, equity, and transparency towards building mutual trust together. This includes organizing social, cultural, academic, and athletic events programmed throughout the year – UC Drag Show, Athletics Intramurals, Coffeehouse, Truth & Reconciliation Forum and so much more! Be sure to keep a lookout for upcoming events via our Instagram and social media platforms.

Want to start or join a club? Rent athletic gear, buy merch or get involved in event planning? Buy our fabulous merch or just to get in touch with our amazing community? We administer UC graduation composite photos, a variety of student clubs and provide services such as booking the Junior Common Room for your upcoming events.

Don’t be shy to stop by at our Office Hours to learn more! We provide ample resources such as student opportunities, service information, and administrative support.

We can't wait to meet you!

15 King’s College Circle, Junior Common Room (JCR), Toronto, ON M5S 3H7


Council Meetings Times

All meeting will be hybrid.

In-person Meeting Location: Paul Cadario Conference Centre

Online Platform: Zoom (Meeting ID: 821 9177 9755, Password: Diabolos)

Truth and Reconciliation Open Forum

On December 2, 2021, the University College Literary & Athletic Society (UC Lit) held an Open Forum to discuss and reflect on UC’s reports and initiatives related to Truth & Reconciliation. We were joined by students, staff, faculty, and administrators from across disciplines, colleges, and faculties. This forum was facilitated by the UC Lit’s Equity Commission and moderated by Teagan de Laronde, a 5th year Indigenous Studies Specialist with minors in Political Science and Religion.

We have summarized broadly the main points discussed at the UC Truth & Reconciliation Open Forum. These points will inform the Equity Commission’s initiatives throughout the rest of the 2022 Winter Semester as well as in future years.