SUSA is a student organization catering to the academic and social life of sociology undergraduates. We function as a liaison between the Department of Sociology and undergraduate students. SUSA provides support and a voice for undergraduates, as well as guiding students to helpful resources.
We host social and academic events (fall & winter Socials, Meet N' Greets, mentorship events, career days and the Sociology Undergraduate Conference) throughout the year.
To become a member, attend one of our events and add yourself to our roster on YU Connect. If you attend three events, you will be rewarded with a Certificate of Participation that is recognized by the Department of Sociology.
Falling in Love with Research
Do you have a passion for sociological research? Are you curious? Do you want to improve your research skills? Join the Falling in Love with Research program where undergrad and grad students work with a prof to create an independent research project.
This program pairs first and second year students with upper years. The mentors get to enhance their resumes and skill set by mentoring students who are new to York and to the sociology program. The mentees get to have peace of mind, knowing they have someone who they can reach out to with any questions they have about program.
From supporting those with financial need, to celebrating academic achievement and community engagement, we are committed to recognizing the unique ways in which you contribute to university life.