MESA is the Management and Economics Students’ Association at the University of Toronto Scarborough and the Departmental Student Association (DSA) for the Department of Management. Visit www.mesa.ca for more information about MESA.
The Plus Card lets you take full advantage of everything MESA has to offer. The Plus Card was created to provide our students exceptional value. It really is a MUST-HAVE when considering all the amazing benefits provided. The Plus Card is also an excellent opportunity for businesses (affiliates) to further their brand in and around UTSC.
As a MESA Plus Cardholder, you will receive exclusive discounts to a wide variety of local businesses within Toronto. Our affiliates include a wide range of restaurants that offer discounts exclusively for MESA Plus Cardholders. You will also get discounted entry into MESA’s events.
MESA Plus memberships can be purchased by purchasing a membership card at any of MESA’s branch associations. These can be purchased at their respective booths. Please note that you are required to pay the full amount prior to the actual purchase, and there are no refunds!
We represent over 3,500 co-op and non-co-op management, pre-management and economics students. As a mature and dynamic professional organization, MESA takes pride in being able to foster learning and long-term growth through the creation of opportunities. Through our support for competitions, information seminars, programs, skill building sessions, networking events, and social activities, MESA is able to bridge the gap between students, the Department of Management and the business community.
MESA is busy all twelve months of the year and is a run by a team of over 20 executives. MESA fosters and supports over 30 management student organizations under its umbrella structure. Additionally, MESA publishes quarterly magazine-style newsletters, maintains a popular website and is actively engaged in student advocacy.
Ultimately, the umbrella structure of MESA strives to improve the collaborative spirit of the co-curricular environment at UTSC Management in an attempt to fulfill the following three pillars as laid out in the MESA Constitution: connecting students to higher opportunities, serving as a central hub of resources and propelling the recognition and awareness of the UTSC Management and Economics programs,