Undergraduate History Student Association (UHSA)

The UHSA is the official organization of undergraduate history students at York. All undergraduate history majors and minors are welcome and encouraged to join. The primary goal of the UHSA is to provide a positive and constructive space for students to meet, discuss, debate, and socialize. The UHSA organizes social and academic events, such as movie and pub nights, museum trips, discussion groups, and guest lecturers. In addition, the UHSA acts as a liaison between history students and the Department. This ensures that students are up to date on what is happening in the Department, but it also allows faculty members to get important input on student needs and opinions. Finally, the UHSA works to promote the study of history at York.

The UHSA is always looking for new members to participate in its activities. If you are interested in getting involved or wish to find out more, check out UHSA on Facebook or contact them at uhsa.york@gmail.com.