Innis CollegE student Society

Established in 1964, the Innis College Student Society is an organization of elected and appointed members that aims to represent the interests of students at Innis College. As the governing body of just over 2200 students, we manage student services, host events, and pursue initiatives that benefit student life outside of the classroom at Innis. We are located inside the Innis College building at 2 Sussex Avenue, room 107, and our members hold office hours from 10AM-5PM Monday to Thursday during the Fall-Winter academic year. To learn more, visit our website.

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Exterior of Innis Formal venue
Students posing in front of a mirror at Innis Bang Pub Night



ICSS President:


Hello first years! My name is Breanna and in addition to being one of the Orientation Coordinators this year, I am also the current acting President of the ICSS (The Innis College Student Society). I am going into my fourth year of study here at Innis, and I actually got involved with the ICSS through my Orientation leader, who encouraged me to run for Off-Campus Representative at the end of my first year. I oversee all operations of the ICSS as well as interact with various other student groups at UofT to try to best serve Innis students. My main goal for this year is to continue to provide opportunities for Innis students to build community and enjoy university life outside of class while respecting social distancing regulations.

Students performing with guitars at the ICSS Benefit Concert
Students race rubber duckies at ICSS Downey Farm fieldtrip
Student receiving a head shaving for ICSS Movemebr Fundraiser