Academic and Cultural Activities
Throughout the year, the French Department organizes and sponsors many special lectures and conferences, as well as cultural and social activities. They are advertised on our events calendar.
The French Association (FAUT) is a cultural and social club open to all Francophones and Francophiles regardless of their level in French. Our goal is to create strong ties between Anglophones and Francophones by providing an inclusive and convivial space where cultural and linguistic exchanges happen! Join us for our monthtly events: Café & Croissants, Movie Nights, Debates, Clubnights, Pubnights, etc. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or view the French Association (FAUT) Facebook page.
French Course Union
The French Course Union elects student representatives to the General Meetings of the Department, as well as to certain of its standing committees. It also coordinates course evaluations and organizes social, cultural and academic activities. Information about the French Course Union may be obtained through ASSU, Room 1068, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street (416-978‑4903).
Koffler Student Services Centre
Students will find at the Koffler Student Services Centre a large variety of services and programs, which aim to build the confidence and skills necessary for students to succeed in their personal, academic and professional lives. Student Services offers support and counselling in the areas of career development, housing, learning skills, health, personal development and family. The Centre is located at 214 College Street.
The Department organizes a weekly conversation group held during the Fall and Winter terms in the Kelly Cafe at the John Kelly Library, St. Michael's College and New College. During the fall and winter terms, check our events calendar to learn more about Table Française.