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Clubs and Associations

There’s plenty of student clubs with a wide variety of interests at Algoma U – everything from gaming, social activism, gardening, and photography. You can relax at night in the student centre, The Speakeasy, run for student government, or play an intramural or varsity sport. If you can’t find something that interests you, you can always start your own club! There’s something for everyone!

And with events like Orientation Week, Frost Week, Homecoming, and more, you can show off your school pride and have fun doing it.

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Student Union

The Algoma University Students’ Union (AUSU) is committed to ensuring that students’ university experience is fulfilling and enjoyable. AUSU is responsible for providing a voice to students, student representation on Algoma U committees, and organizing events on campus, including Orientation Week, pub nights, and volunteer opportunities.

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Student Clubs

Students can also get involved on campus by taking advantage of student clubs, which the Algoma University Students’ Union (AUSU) provides funding for annually. If you don’t find a club you’re interested in, you can always start a new one!

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Co-Curricular Record

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is an official document that recognizes your accomplishments and the experiential learning that occurs outside of the classroom including campus life, community engagement, volunteer and service leadership.

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Student Volunteer Program

The Student Volunteer Program looks for students who may be asked to volunteer, attend events, or promote the university.

Becoming a volunteer will further develop leadership skills, provide a practical experience for your portfolio and open up possible networking opportunities.

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