All St Michael's undergraduate students belong
St. Michael's College Student Union. Each year SMCSU plans numerous events - spiritual, cultural, and athletic. The SMCSU Office is located on the ground floor of Brennan Hall, (416) 926-7268.
The Mike Newspaper
The Mike is the official student newspaper of St Michael’s and the University's largest bi-weekly student newspaper. New writers are always welcome. No experience is necessary, just enthusiasm or curiosity. The Mike is always looking for motivated volunteers who are interested in obtaining some practical journalistic experience. If you're interested in working for the Mike or have any questions you can contact the editor by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. You can also visit the Mike's office, which is in room 02 in Elmsley Hall. The Editor-in-Chief for 2009-2010 is Victoria Asikis.| Tel: (416) 926-7272.
St Mike's Residence Council (SMRC)
The SMRC represents the SMC residents to the Dean of Students and the College administration. The Council organises a variety of social events and athletic activities.
The Rabanus Project
The Rabanus Project is an exploration of two thousand years of Christianity as a cultural phenomenon. The Rabanus Project is a social club for students, faculty, staff and alumni associated with the Christianity and Culture Program at Saint Michael's College, University of Toronto.
The Rabanus Project sponsors lectures, discussion, films, and cultural outings that encourage members to consider the place of Christianity in cultures past and present. We also have fun.
queer @ SMC
q@SMC is a group formed for and by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer and questioning people and our heterosexual allies at St Michael's College. We have events every month to socialize, discuss issues, and form a support network for our members. Membership in the group is confidential, and q@SMC respects that many of our members are at various stages of coming out.
St Michael’s Students for Life
Students for Life club is committed to proclaiming, celebrating and defending the dignity of all human life from conception to natural death.
We oppose abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research, and all other acts which fail to protect and affirm the dignity of human life. We believe that all people have the inherent right to have basic needs met such as food, water, shelter and safety and the right to be conceived naturally. We do not condone under any circumstance, the use of violence to achieve these ends.
COMPASS Catholic Fellowship
Compass is students evangelizing students. By uniting Catholic college students from around North America, Compass inspires and equips them to take the initiative in evangelizing college life. Compass' motto is "Take College Life in a New Direction!
Through inter-university conferences, retreats,
and fellowships, Compass members get strength
and encouragement by meeting students from other
universities who share their ideals. Compass recognizes
that evangelization depends on formation and strives
to improve the holiness of its members through
prayer and study. Members promise to never let
a day go by without spending time in heartfelt
prayer, to seek
wholeheartedly to live out the moral teachings of the Catholic Church and to strive constantly for the holiness the Christ wants for them.
Compass members become a bulwark of support for their campus ministers. They are encouraged to be the most active members of their local Catholic community, upholding the good that is already being done and looking for new and creative ways to reach out to their peers as only students can do.