Indigenous U of T

UofT has a diverse Indigenous community. Members are from Nations across Turtle Island and work in departments and faculties across UofT's 3 campuses. provides an overview to the Indigenous community, initiatives, services, and academic programs on all three U of T campuses. This space is a starting point for your journey to discover the vibrant Indigenous communities at U of T.

Indigenous Law Students' Association

The Indigenous Law Students' Association (ILSA) at the Faculty of Law is an active circle of Indigenous students. Over the years, ILSA has worked hard not only to establish a strong presence within the law school, but within the local Indigenous community as well. It has now expanded its mandate to include the promotion of awareness about Indigenous issues, and the procurement of funding for special professional and educational opportunities.

First Nations House

The Faculty enjoys a close relationship with First Nations House at the University, Office of Aboriginal Student Services and Programs (OASSP). The Office provides culturally supportive student services and programs to Indigenous students and a space within the university where Indigenous people from across Canada can work and grow in a community environment which reflects the distinctive cultures of First Nation, Métis, and Inuit communities.


Beyond UofT

Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council (TASSC)

Toronto has a large and active Indigenous community. One way to start learning about it is through TASSC, the council is made up of member and associate member organizations in Toronto and includes many of the Indigenous organizations that you might connect with during your time at UofT. They even host the Tkaronto Indigenous Peoples Portal which has information about events happening around the city.