The Spanish Student Organization (SSO) represents all individuals interested in learning, improving and practicing the Spanish language. Our vision is to foster a united bond and supportive relationship amongst all Spanish speaking and learning enthusiasts by organizing academic and social events that promote additional learning and community-building outside of the conventional classroom setting. We welcome anyone who is passionate about the Spanish language, music and culture to join the SSO.


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    1. Hi Bella, thank you so much for your interest in the SSO. We’ve recently held our executive elections, but you have all of next year to help us plan events or simply show your support for us by attending our socials and academic labs. For more up to date information, please refer to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Spanish-Student-Organization-U-of-T-903549906350168/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

      Feel free to inbox us or send us an email for any specific questions you may have about future involvement with this club.


  1. Hola
    Fui a una reunion de esta asocision el anio pasado durante mi viaje a Toronto. Ahora estoy estudiando en esta Universidad por mi master de informatico. Me gustaria practicar mi espanol y conocer gente que habla espanol.
    Sobre yo.
    Yo soy de Hong Kong pero aprendi espanol desde estudiar por mi primer titulo en Michigan en los Estados Unidos. Despue de volver a HK, segui aprender el idiomas y fui a reuniones de Spanish Meetup en HK cada semana y alla conoce muchos amigos de Espana, Mexico, Colombia y otros paises de suramerica. Tambien fui a la Universidad de Salamanca por curso de Espanol por 2 semanas. Ahora estoy buscando una comunidad de hispanos y latinos para ser amigos y practicar espanol. Podeis decirme cuando sea la proxima reunion?

    Muchas gracias
    Ricky Liu


    1. Hola Ricky!

      Thank you so much for your interest in our club! Its great to see your commitment towards the language and we hope that we can meet your expectations as a club. As for what you specified in your comment, the SSO is all about building community and bringing lovers and learners of Spanish together. We do have academic labs on a bi-weekly basis which provide a relaxed setting for people to practise their Spanish with fluent Spanish speakers and to meet others learning the language. The SSO will also host a variety of events and socials throughout the year. I can add you to our emailing list so that you can be notified about events coming up?

      Our next academic lab will be held on October 4th from 3pm-5pm at NF 008 🙂


      1. Can non-students or students who have already graduated participate? I would like to bring some other native speakers and/or learners with me.


  2. I am a current student at U of t and I am from Argentina; too bad I missed the election would have loved to get involved.
    Please let me knot if an opportunity becomes available.



  3. Tomorrow night, there is a Spanish/English language close to St. George Campus. The group is new. Welcome to participate 🙂
    Manana por la noche, hay una reunion para lengua cambiar entre Espanol y Ingles. Esta muy cerca de la Universidad. Bienvenido a participar.

    Spanish (and English) at Royal Conservatory

    Monday, Sep 26, 2016, 6:30 PM

    b Espresso Bar (The Royal Conservatory of Music Atrium)
    273 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON

    4 Diskutizens Attending

    Free!Have fun speaking and learning Spanish at The Royal Conservatory atrium café.Meet new friends from all over the world. Speakers of any level are welcome to join us. If you want to study Spanish seriously, or if you want to talk about Spanish or Latin American culture, we can help!TTC: subway to St. George station (Bedford exit) or Museum st…

    Check out this Meetup →


  4. We encourage U of T undergraduate and graduate students to take advantage of our academic conversation labs. Due to the limited size and number of mentors, we cannot offer our academic events to any individuals who are not affiliated to one of the three U of T affiliated campuses.

    That said, our socials are open to all U of T students and their plus ones, regardless of their friends’ non U of T affiliation.


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