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WUSC Girls Education Bruncheon 2020

Education is a powerful tool and without it few of us would reach our full potential. In refugee camps very few girls have the opportunity to pursue their education beyond primary school. Without education little to no opportunities are left for them to succeed.

Biology and Brews

Don’t know what to do after you completed your science undergraduate degree?
AlgomaU Biology Club is hosting a science themed pub night and we have invited community members with a science background to attend to discuss their careers!

Hunger Games 2019

Are you into winning prizes?
Are you a team player?
Are you up for a good challenge that supports a great cause?
The Algoma University Students’ Union Food Pantry and The People’s Garden are happy to announce our 1st Hunger Games 2019 fundraising challenge!

Hunger Games 2019: Competitors’ Meeting

Are you into winning prizes?
Are you a team player?
Are you up for a good challenge that supports a great cause?
The Algoma University Students’ Union Food Pantry and The People’s Garden are happy to announce our 1st Hunger Games 2019 fundraising challenge!

Festival of Trees – Algoma U Entry

Algoma University is excited to once again again be participating in the Lung Association’s annual Festival of Trees event. This year marks the 20th Anniversary for this fundraiser and we are hoping to capture the “People’s Choice Award”

Halloween Bake Sale Fundraiser

The Fine Arts Student Society of Algoma University (FASS) is holding a Halloween Bake Sale Fundraiser on Wednesday, October 31st. The table will be set up next to the Security Desk. Pay what you can! Proceeds of this fundraising event will contribute towards student events and activities.

Community Trick or Treat

Come celebrate Halloween at Algoma University!
For the sixth year in a row, Algoma University is opening its doors to community members in the annual Algoma U Community Trick or Treat for the United Way on Tuesday,

John Rhodes Scholarship Dinner

This annual event serves to honour the memory of John R. Rhodes by raising funds to offer this prestigious scholarship to meritorious students at Algoma University. Each year, up to four students may carry this scholarship,

Open Mic

A group of CESD students are going to Colombia this April and are hosting an Open Mic at Gore Street Cafe as a fundraiser. This event is open to all ages and for all performance types. 

Pay What You Can Lunch

On Thursday, January 18 we will be hosting our first Pay What You Can meal of the year! These lunches will be happening throughout the semester and all proceeds will be going towards supporting a group of students who are travelling to Colombia to do volunteer work at the end of the semester.