Are you having trouble with 1st year classes?

Did Chemistry boil your temper? Were numbers in Calculus irrational? Was biology survival of the fittest? Was your Computer Science mark 1100100 or 0000000 percent? Was gravity disproved in physics?

Science classes don’t make sense? Come for extra help before exams! UOIT Science Council 1st year exam review. Thursday Nov 27th. 6:30-9pm. UA3220poster

Two Open Executive Positions

Hey there Scientists!

The Science Council is happy to announce that we are looking for 2 new executive members! We are currently looking for a Social Media Coordinator and a Vice President of Marketing.

Duties of the Social Media Coordinator include:

1. To keep current Science Council social media postings,
events, and account information available via all social media
accounts with articulate and grammatically correct content
2. Work closely with all Executive Council

Duties of the Vice-President of Marketing include:

1. To coordinate sales of Science Council merchandise
2. To work closely with the Vice President Communications
3. To order and ensure proper merchandise delivery to all buyers
4. To keep a detailed receipt of all merchandise orders
5. Work closely with Vice President Finance

Being an executive requires time and dedication, but it is the best way to get involved in the Science Council, and looks great on your resume or any application! In order to apply you must fill out a short application form. Please Click Below to find a copy of the forms:

UOIT Science Council Vice President Application Form

UOIT Science Council Coordinator Application Form

Please send you applications to

Applications are due October 5, 2014 by 11:59pm.***

Thank you.


Your Science Council Executives!

***Update: The application period has now passed, applications will no longer be accepted.

Further Education Week Oct 6 to 10

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Hi everyone,

The Career Centre will be hosting Further Education Week from October 6 to 10. We want to encourage any student exploring further education to attend this event.

Further Education Week – October 6 to 10

The Career Centre will host its annual Further Education Week from Monday, October 6 to Friday, October 10, 2014. Various events will be held, giving students and new graduates an opportunity to explore a wide range of post-graduate options including Master of Business Administration (MBA), law, engineering healthcare and medical programs, post-diploma programs, graduate certificate programs and applied degree and bridging programs and more. Events include:

  • An Expo featuring over 50 institutions;
  • Information sessions on Financing Your Further Education, Further Education Abroad, and Fast Track Graduate Certificates; and
  • A Further Education Panel.


A complete schedule of events and list of participating educational institutions, can be found on the Student Life website. All events are free and are open to all students, alumni, staff and faculty.

Get Involved @ UOIT Science Council

Science Council hopes that you had a wonderful start to the Fall 2014 semester!  If you have not done so, we hope that you consider joining UOIT Science Council. Below is a PowerPoint outlining why you should Join UOIT Science Council.

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Science Council PowerPoint

If you want to join Science Council make sure to e-mail and we will be sure to add you to our E-mailing list. You can also click on the Get Involved Tab and fill out your information!

We hope to see you at our next UOIT Science Council meeting!


Hey guys!

Hope your year is going well so far. I’ll try to keep this email short!
So, here’s a quick overview of what our mission is:
The UOIT Science Council has a vision to enrich the minds, experiences, and fellowship of the students belonging to the UOIT Faculty of Science through innovative social, professional, and academic activities.
We host a variety of events ranging from charity (e.g. Date Night Auction for Heart&Stroke Foundation) to social (e.g. games night) events. We also advocate the rights of all students within the Faculty of Science.
We encourage all science students to participate and get involved with the Science Council so that we can better cater to the students. If you ever have any ideas or suggestions you would like to share, let us know so that we can try to incorporate them into our planning. You can do this by e-mailing us or by attending general meetings.
General meetings are held with the Science Council executives and the general members (all science students are considered general members*). I highly encourage you to show up to general meetings as they allow for you to be more active within the council.
That being said, here are ways in which you can become active with the Science Council:
  1. Become an executive: We currently have two positions available for execs (Social Media Coordinator and Marketing Coordinator). These positions require the most dedication out of the 3 options. If you would like to become an exec, you will need to submit and application to us and attend a voting. The voting will only be open to those who are applying for the position and the execs.
  2. Join a committee: You can join the Communications committee or the Social committee. These require less dedication than the exec positions, however, they are just as important. In a committee, you work with a designated exec member and come up with ways in which you can promote certain events and the Science Council.
  3. General Volunteer: This is the least demanding of all options. You can volunteer for any event you want.

If you are interested in any of the options, please e-mail us asap (especially for the exec positions)!

The first general meeting is being held tomorrow (Monday, September 22) from 7pm-9pm in room UA4170.** If you are unable to attend, don’t worry! We send out minutes of all general meetings. Also, if you cannot attend the entire meeting, that is fine. Hope to see you there!
*Although all science students are considered general members, in order for you to get recognition we need to have a record of you volunteering/ being active with the Science Council.
**Update: Please note: that this meeting has already taken place. Meeting minutes can be found here.