The Society of Linguistics Undergraduate Students is the course union for linguistics students in the University of Toronto (St. George). Our membership consists of all the U of T undergrads who are currently an ASSU member and enrolled in any linguistics (LIN/JAL/JLP/JLS) course and/or program.
SLUGS aims to represent all undergraduate linguistics students at the University of Toronto and to encourage them to take an active role in their academic community. Currently the SLUGS exec team consists of 2 co-presidents, 1 secretary, 2 academic event coordinators, 1 social event coordinator, and 1 design and marketing coordinator. All exec positions are elected by members. SLUGS is regulated by the By-Laws of the Society of Linguistics Undergraduate Students.
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Get Involved with SLUGS
The most direct way to get involved is participating in our events! It’s a great way to get to know your undergraduate linguistics community and also have some fun.
We recruit volunteers for our FSGs and TULCONs. Please follow our announcements on social media for more information.
Lastly, we hold a general election for the exec team every April and, if one or more positions are vacant, by-elections throughout the year. To learn how to run in the election please also follow our announcements on social media.