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12 Hart House Circle

Unity Ball Awards

UTSU Unity Ball 2016

Date: Thursday February 25, 2016
Location: 7 Hart House Circle (Great Hall)
Time: Doors open at 6pm
Admission: FREE EVENT

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Details of the event

Our annual Unity Ball Semi-Formal is a celebration of a year of student engagement and community-building at UofT. The Unity Ball showcases some of our most talented clubs, with dances and performances. We will be having a Buffet-style dinner (with halal, kosher and vegetarian options) and a dance floor so you can let loose!

The 2016 Unity Ball Awards Dinner & Dance will take place this coming February 25 at the Hart House Great Hall.

CLICK HERE to see our photo album on Facebook from the 2015 Unity Ball Awards Dinner & Dance!

Unity Ball Awards Nomination

The deadline for the awards nomination is Feb 18th!

Peoples Choice Awards

UTSU Club Leadership Awards

Campus clubs are an integral part of campus life at the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto Students’ Union would like to commend and recognize the amazing efforts made by campus clubs through the Annual Club Leadership Awards.

Award winners will be announced at our Seventh Annual Unity Ball Semi-Formal on February 25, 2016 at the Hart House Great Hall. Nominated clubs, nominators and UTSU members are encouraged to attend and celebrate a successful year of programming at the University of Toronto.

Any UTSU member may nominate a UTSU recognized club or member of a UTSU recognized club for an award.

Categories for the 2016 awards were as follows:

Academic and Student Rights Commission Award

This award recognizes the contribution of a club on campus who has actively sought to create a stronger, more empowered university community by putting students and their rights, first – both inside and outside the classroom. Our Vice-President University Affairs grants this award.

Sustainability Commission Award

This award is granted to a club who has sought to reduce UofT’s environmental footprint or promote environmental justice, either through an ongoing campaign or campus events. Our Sustainability Commissioner grants this award.

Social Justice and Equity Commission Award

This award is granted to a club who actively advocates for the rights of marginalized members of our community and who ensure that the University addresses discrimination and oppression in its overt, subvert, systemic and individual forms. Our Vice-President Equity grants this award.

Community Action Commission Award

This award will be granted to a club who has actively advocated for student rights outside the university setting, such as the right to affordable and quality education, health, transit and other public services. Our Vice-President External grants this award.

Outstanding New Club for Campus Life Commission Award

Starting a new club isn’t easy. Writing constitutions, recruitment and fundraising can be difficult to figure out. This award will honour a club that has managed to do it all, while providing excellent programming and enriching the campus community. Only clubs created in the last year are eligible for this award, which is granted by our Vice-President Campus Life.

Outstanding Academic Union Award

Academic unions play significant roles inside and outside the classroom. This award is presented to the academic students’ union that has effectively engaged its membership in activities inside and outside the classroom.

Outstanding Athletic Club Award

Athletic clubs play an important role in building an active campus, where students can engage in activities beyond their academic life. This award will be presented to the athletic club who has effectively encouraged students to stay active, either through sports or other recreational activities.

Outstanding Cultural Club Award

Cultural clubs act as a space for building community on campus and creating safe spaces for students. This award will be presented to a club that has worked to promote diversity and inclusivity, and create space where students can celebrate their cultural identities.

Outstanding Creative Arts Award

With a history of outstanding architecture, theater and art, the University of Toronto is a hub for creativity. This award honors clubs who have continued this tradition by engaging students in the creative arts.

Outstanding Publication Award

This award will honour a club that has produced an outstanding publication. Deadlines, advertisements, assignments and printing issues are not simple challenges to overcome. The recipient of this award will be a club who has managed to meet such challenges and produce an excellent publication.

Outstanding Upcoming Group Award

This award will honour a group who has shown inspirational dedication to launching a new club. This award will be presented to a club who demonstrated a creative, enthusiastic and unique approach to promoting a new initiative to our campus.

Outstanding Graphic Design/Promotions’ Award

This award will be presented to a club that has demonstrated a creative, energetic approach to promoting their club and programming. If you are nominating a club for this award, please email vpcampuslife@utsu.ca with their top three graphic designs created over the past year.

Outstanding Club Executive Member Award

This award will honour a club executive member who has shown inspirational dedication to the success of a club. You can nominate up to three students for this award.

Outstanding Club Executive Team Award

This award will honour a club executive team that has shown inspirational dedication to the success of a club.

Event of the Year Award

This award will be presented to a club that organized an event that not only provided an entertaining and engaging experience for university members, but also exemplified an inclusive and positive environment.

School Spirit Award

This award will be given to a club who raised school spirit and built a stronger community by attempting to engage all members of the student community in UofT pride.

People’s Choice Award

This award will be presented to a club who is the most favoured on campus by their peers. Check back on February 1 to see how you can vote for your favourite club.

 

 

 

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