There are a lot of ways that you can get involved with the Science Society and throughout the Faculty of Science. Getting involved gives you the chance to network with other student leaders, develop your skills and boost your own career opportunities! Read the descriptions below and click on the buttons for information on how to get involved!


To be on the RSS Board of Directors, as an executive (President or Vice-President) or as a director please visit the elections page to learn more: Elections.

RSS Committees work to support the different executives in completing their roles. These positions are usually hired during the summer but sometimes new positions pop up during the year.

Joining a student group is a great way to develop new skills and its a fantastic way to make friends. You can also start your own group if there isn’t one that you want to join.

We are always looking for students that are engaged with their academics to help us run our tutoring sessions (Crash Courses). Tutors gain lots of valuable skills and are able to help younger students excel in their courses.

Attending one of our many events or a student group event is a great way to get involved in the science community. Lots of people make friends and connections at these events and many events will help you build certain skills or achieve different goals.