What We Do

Blues Engineering supports student-athletes in a variety of ways.

Weekly Sunday Night Study Sessions and Peer Tutoring

Who better to help you out than people who have been through it themselves? Is school going fine? Come on out anyway! Student-organized and student-led, join us for our weekly Sunday night study sessions from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Varsity Blue and White Room, where we make sure our first-year students pass their courses and upper-year student-athletes can get to know one another.

Mentorship Opportunities

Whether you are new to U of T, a current student-athlete or in your fourth year, we love connecting generations of athletes. Whether you need some help organizing your schedule or are looking to share some knowledge, send us an email or reach out to us through our Instagram and we will get you matched up. This is strongly encouraged for all incoming athletes.


In addition to your fellow student-athletes, there are a variety of individuals and services across the Faculty and University that can assist you. Blues Engineering works in conjunction with U of T Engineering and Varsity Blues to help streamline resource delivery and ensure no student-athlete falls through the cracks. Examples include the Annual Varsity Athlete Luncheon and targeted recruitment efforts. Want to try your hand at some consulting work? Contact our executive team.

Professional Development

Blues Engineering strives to help our student-athletes transfer the skills they learn in sports practice to their professional practice. This occurs through our laddered executive structure, mentorship programs and workshops. Want to find out more or have an idea for Blues Engineering? Review our upcoming events and/or send us an email.

Spread the Word

We love to celebrate the achievements of our student-athletes. Across athletics and academics, U of T Engineering student-athletes tend to be pretty high achievers. We help celebrate our student-athletes via our Instagram page and by helping populate various U of T Engineering newsletters. Have a story you think we should share? Email us.