The Criminology & Sociolegal Studies Students’ Association (CRIMSA) is an organization of undergraduate Criminology & Sociolegal Studies students at the University of Toronto. It is an official member of the Arts and Science Students’ Union (ASSU). Its purpose is to extend the learning experience for program students beyond the classroom by broadening the students’ participation in the life of the Criminology & Sociolegal Studies program and at the University of Toronto.
CRIMSA organizes career seminars, special lectures, interesting excursions and tours, as well as exciting social events that are designed to help foster new friendships among fellow program students.
Talks on various CrimSL topics including career information sessions.
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During the academic year, you will be invited to attend various b2B events such as career panel discussions & networking events with alumni, sit-down meals hosted by alumni, Career Centre workshops and the U of T Next Steps Conference.
This program gives you the opportunity to hear from alumni, ask them questions and build a network with individuals who can offer encouragement and advice as you explore life after graduation.
NOTE: Full participation in the b2B program can be included on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR). Full participation requires: attendance at one b2B Career Centre workshop, one b2B career panel or b2B dinner event, and the completion of post-event reflection. Your CCR is an official U of T document that lists approved activities/experiences that you’ve participated in outside the classroom.
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The University of Toronto Undergraduate Criminology Review (UTUCR) is a student-run and student-edited journal that publishes scholarship that will have a positive impact on the criminology community.