AUSU This Month – AUSU Wants Your Opinion


The AUSU is in the process of improving our website and we would like to get your opinion on what needs to be done.

You can help us out by sending us a list of your pet peeves about our website, your favourite parts of our website, your suggestions for what you would like to see added to or removed from our website and/or any other comments that you feel will help us to make our website better.

Please send your comments to with the subject line “Website Comments.” After we review the comments we may conduct chat room focus groups to discuss the website further with a group of volunteer students.

Please let us know if you would be interested in participating in a chat room focus group.

The AUSU thanks you for taking the time to read and reply to this ad.


Getting together physically with fellow AU students adds to your university experience. Other students will be able to understand and relate to the joys and frustrations of distance learning. It’s also a way to stay abreast of information relating to AU and the Athabasca University Students’ Union.

See the Coffee Groups web page on the AUSU site, at for a list of groups.

Anyone interested in starting up a group in your area (anywhere in Canada, from small towns to major centres) please contact LONITA at


Our chat room is always open for student chats, but if you have a question for AUSU, or would like to get to know your council, drop by the chat-room during one of our scheduled councillor chat times. The chat is accessible through the ‘Message Forums’ option on the AUSU home page You will need an AUSU web site account.] Times are MST

Mondays at 8:00 PM Councillor Karl Low