Ultimate รับน้อง 2010!!

University of Toronto Thai Student Association

Ultimate รับน้อง 2010!!

Hello, everyone!

Another school year is arriving, are you guys excited?
Be ready for our first activity of this school year!

When: Sunday, September 19th
Time: 11:00 – 18:00
Where: Toronto Centre Island



ปีนี้เราจะมีพิธีการรับน้องทั้งใหม่และเก่าที่ไม่เหมือนปีก่อนๆ ที่ผ่านมา โดยทางคณะกรรมการได้วางแผนไว้ว่า เราจะจัดกิจกรรมนันทนาการที่เกาะโตรอนโต้

ทั้งนี้ทั้งนั้น เราหวังว่าสมาชิกทั้งใหม่, ปัจจุบัน และศิษย์เก่าทุกท่านจะสามารถมาร่วมในกิจกรรมนี้ได้นะคะ

แล้วเจอกันคะ =)

Welcome all new Thai students to University of Toronto! and welcome back current students =) We hope you all had a fantastic summer.

This year orientation will be taking place at Toronto Island same as last year. However, it’s going to be much more fun and crazy than ever. Lots of fun activities for freshmen and current members to get to know one another. It’s going to be a great experience for you all so be ready guys =) You don’t wanna miss it.

We are going to meet at the U of T entrance 11 am SHARP!! Please be there on time. We are only going to wait 10 mins for whoever comes late, otherwise we will leave without you. Just in case of an emergency, especially for freshmen, please contact Memie or Tin to notify that you will be running late.

Memie: 647-894-7395
Tin: 416-892-6291

    What to bring/wear:

  • Money: $4 (discount)/ $6.50 (regular) for ferry rides back/forth
  • T-card: discount for ferry ride
  • Comfortable shoes/flip-flops: we will be doing a lot of outdoor activities which involve walking and running.

* snacks and water will be provided

We are looking forward to see you all at the island na ka.

UTTSA executive team

** If you know any new thai students joining UofT and are not in the list, please forward this information to them na ka. So no one will miss out 🙂

2 Responses

  1. Panward says:

    just wondering if there is any Thai students at UTSC?

  2. admin says:

    A very late reply: There is ka, but very little in number compared to the other two campuses.

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