About

The Faculty of Music Undergraduate Association (FMUA) is the official undergraduate student society of the Faculty of Music. The Association operates Course Unions for Faculty programs, student-run clubs, business ventures for the benefit of our membership, and offers a number co-curricular goods, events, and services throughout the year. Our Board of Directors is elected annually to serve as student representatives at Board meetings and liaison with the Faculty. The FMUA aims to promote positive social and academic environments, promote good relations with the Faculty, and represent the common interests of undergraduate students at the Faculty of Music.

Clubs

The FMUA sponsors a number of Faculty-based clubs!

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Services

The FMUA offers a number of services, communal, recreational, and academic.
All are meant to better your experience at the Faculty and provide you with the support you need to make your experience here amazing!

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Commissions

We have four commissions designed to allow you to shape your experience here at the Faculty.
Commissions are open to all Members, so if you have ideas or things you'd like to see, come out to our commission meetings and we'll start working, together!

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Course Unions

Our Course Unions run a number of events yearly and represent students enrolled in specific courses or programs on Faculty Divisional Committees. If you have a question, concern, or would like to see something changed in your courses or program, stop by a Course Union meeting or get in touch with one of our Program Representatives.

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Campaigns

From time to time we take things outside the Faculty and collaborate with other student societies, campus groups, and with the broader community in Toronto.

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Fossil Free U of T

In order to avoid dangerous climate change, the world needs to redirect investment from fossil fuels to alternative forms of energy that are compatible with a safe climate.

The University of Toronto's $2.1 Billion is heavily invested in the fossil fuel industry. The FMUA endorses Divestment from Fossil Fuels.

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St. George Round Table

The council of the St. George Round Table is the collaborative body of elected student council Presidents and Heads of Colleges and Faculties at the University of Toronto St. George Campus.

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: 9AM - 1PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

For general inquiries please contact:
(416)-978-0313
fmua@utoronto.ca