Get involved this semester, from wherever you are!
Activities and student-run clubs at YukonU are offered to enrolled students at no charge.
Ghost Stories by the Fire with Hot Chocolate and Marshmallows
Wednesday, Oct 27 8pm
Haunted Walk - Outdoor Haunted House
Friday, Oct 29
Art by You
Calling all YukonU artists to submit a piece of Art by Dec 1, 2021/ The art will be displayed at the Ayamdigut Campus, and virtually. Students and staff are invited to participate. Any displayable art medium can be entered. For more information, and to submit art work please contact Meaghen Kimmitt: email@example.com
Clubs and activities
What is a YukonU Club?
A club is an association of individual students of YukonU, that is designed by the Student Engagement Coordinator. It must conform with the conditions of the YukonU Clubs Manual. Each club is allocated $100 per semester, with a total of $200 for the academic year. For more information on starting a club, please contact Meaghen Kimmitt, Student Engagement Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clubs can be categorized as:
- Arts & Media
- Philanthropic & Humanitarian
- Religious & Cultural
- Political/Social Justice
Enjoy a campfire at Roddy's Camp, Whitehorse Ayamdigut Campus, every Thursday from 12pm - 2pm. Meet new friends, connect with staff and faculty, and learn more about the supports available at YukonU.
Jack.org is a charity that trains and empowers young leaders who are revolutionizing mental health. Jack.org is working towards a Canada where all young people understand how to take care of their own mental health and look out for each other. A Canada without shame, and where all those who need support get the help they deserve.
Jack.org Yukon aims to open up the conversation on mental health with Yukon youth through initiatives that will reduce barriers to accessing support and create a positive environment surrounding mental health. Come join the fight! Time and location TBD.
Contact: Jack.org Yukon