About Us

The purpose of AMACSS is to represent, advocate for and enhance the university experience of students in the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences. Through our club, we strive to bring a welcoming and informative space to all students within CMS, and we host both academic and non-academic events to help you succeed and have the best university experience!

The AMACSS executive team, all current students, work to enhance the educational, recreational, social and cultural environment of the University of Toronto at Scarborough.

Always learning

AMACSS offers number of academic course seminars through the school year.

This includes review modules, midterm preparations, and final exam preparations. Free access is given to all AMACSS members.

Grow and build your ideas

AMACSS organizes a number of incredible events throughout the year, and this year is no exception.
Some of our past events have been:

  1. Talent Show & Games Night - March 30th, 2022
  2. Gathertown Games/Social Night - January 21st, 2022
  3. Let the Games Begin! - September 30th, 2021
  4. Startup Showcase - May 8th, 2021
  5. Board Games Night - April 30th, 2021
  6. Front End Workshop - April 24th, 2021
  7. CMS Streams Panelist Session - October 22nd, 2020
  8. Among Us Night - October 15th, 2020
  9. CMS Clubs Mix and Mingle - September 16th, 2020
  10. First Year Professor Interviews - September 10th, 2020
  11. Pi Day! - March 13th, 2020
  12. Annual Post Info Session - March 9th, 2020
  13. Gaming Night - February 13th, 2020
  14. Gaming Night! - January 24th, 2020
  15. Food Celebration Drive! - December 2nd, 2019
  16. Gaming Night - November 22nd, 2019
  17. Professor Projects with Prof. Brian Harrington - November 20th, 2019
  18. Professor Projects with Prof. Raymond Grinnell - November 11th, 2019
  19. Pumpkin Carving - October 28th, 2019
  20. Gaming Night - October 23th, 2019
  21. Gaming Night - September 27th, 2019
  22. Professor Projects with Prof. Anya Tafliovich - September 23rd, 2019
  23. First Year Mix and Mingle - September 16th, 2019
  24. Coffee House - March 28th, 2019
  25. Gaming Night - March 22nd, 2019
  26. Pi Day - March 14th, 2019
  27. Gaming Night - March 1st, 2019

To ensure that you never miss an upcoming event,
check out our Instagram page frequently.

Code of Conduct

  1. Purpose
    The Association of Mathematical and Computer Science Students (AMACSS) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and inclusive environment for all its members. This code of conduct outlines our expectations for behavior and our commitment to upholding our values of respect, inclusion, and diversity.
  2. Scope
    This code of conduct applies to all members of AMACSS, including but not limited to executive members, general members, and volunteers.
  3. General Conduct
    All members of AMACSS are expected to:
    • Treat others with respect, kindness, and empathy.
    • Act in a professional and ethical manner.
    • Refrain from engaging in any form of discrimination, harassment, or bullying.
    • Respect the privacy and confidentiality of others.
    • Refrain from engaging in any activity that may bring AMACSS or the University of Toronto into disrepute.
    • Adhere to all applicable laws, policies, and regulations.
  4. Discrimination, Harassment, and Bullying
    AMACSS has zero-tolerance for discrimination, harassment, and bullying of any kind. This includes but is not limited to discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or any other personal characteristic. Examples of prohibited conduct include:
    • Verbal abuse, including derogatory comments or slurs.
    • Physical abuse or intimidation.
    • Making unwanted advances or gestures of a sexual nature.
    • Bullying, including cyberbullying, through the use of electronic communication, social media, or any other means.
    If any member of AMACSS experiences or witnesses any form of discrimination, harassment, or bullying, they should report it to a member of the executive immediately.
  5. Confidentiality
    All members of AMACSS are expected to respect the privacy and confidentiality of others. This includes but is not limited to personal information, academic records, and sensitive business information.
  6. Conflict Resolution
    AMACSS is committed to resolving conflicts in a fair and respectful manner. Any member who is experiencing a conflict with another member should first attempt to resolve it informally. If the conflict cannot be resolved informally, the member may seek assistance from a member of the executive.
  7. Enforcement
    AMACSS takes violations of this code of conduct seriously. Any member who violates this code of conduct may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of membership.
  8. Amendments
    This code of conduct may be amended from time to time by a two-thirds vote of the executive members of AMACSS. Any amendments to this code of conduct must be communicated to all members in writing.