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ISE Advisory Committee

The International Student Experience (ISE) Student Advisory Committee (ISESAC) provides advice and feedback to staff representatives from the Centre for International Experience (CIE) on the strategic direction, services, physical space, and programming related to international student experience on the U of T St. George campus.

The responsibilities of the committee are to:

  • Advise on and recommend improvements to international student experience (ISE) services and programs (health insurance, legal status services, building community, understanding U of T and enrichment programs)
  • Advise on student outreach efforts throughout the University
  • Assist with identifying new programs and initiatives
  • Recommend future directions and possible areas for development

The advisory committee meets up to 6 times in an academic year (approximately 1-2 times per semester).

ISESAC consists of up to 10 registered U of T St. George campus students:

  • At least two international students* in an undergraduate program studying full-time or part-time
  • At least two international students in a professional faculty or graduate program studying full-time or part-time

ISESAC aims to include representation from a range of home countries, programs, and experiences. Applications from racialized students, LGBTQIA+ students, first-generation university students, and students with disabilities are highly encouraged. 

All representatives serve for a one-year term. For 2022-2023, the term will run from April to April. A student may be reappointed for up to one additional year.

If a student resigns from the committee prior to the end of term, the vacancy will be filled by a new applicant.

Students will earn CCR recognition for participating in the committee. Please note that students must attend at least 4 meetings a year in order to qualify for CCR recognition.

*Priority is given to international students, but domestic students with relevant experience may be considered (e.g. those with refugee status, recent newcomers).

Applications for the 2022-2023 cycle are now closed! Thank you to everyone who applied!

Decisions will be announced the week of April 4, 2022. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at cie.information@utoronto.ca.

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