From artistic culture to scientific culture, the university offers a multitude of cultural activities

Linking scientific disciplines with cultural practices to pave the way for creative activities and the sharing of knowledge is one of the key objectives of the university’s cultural policy. Another objective is to create links between the campus and the community through partnerships with the city’s cultural facilities.

The university’s Culture Centre is primarily intended for the student community, but it also offers a range of activities for everyone: discovering artistic disciplines, developing a critical mind, meeting artists or simply getting away from it all by learning something new and different... because what is life without culture? Music, dance, photography, street art, cinema, plastic arts... so many disciplines to discover!
Concerts, shows, meetings, exhibitions, lectures... so many ways to enjoy it all!

The Culture Centre works with student associations to help them develop and implement their cultural projects, all of which take place in the campus auditorium: The CAP (Multicultural Activity Centre).

The Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier’s Culture Centre is a member of the Art+Université+Culture network, a national network for cultural activities in higher education institutions.