AUSU Update

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– Jan 30: Last business day to extend courses ending February 28
– February 10: Last day to register for courses starting March 1
– February 11: AUSU Council Meeting
– February 16: Family Day ? AU & AUSU closed
– February 27: Last business day to extend courses ending March 31

Featured AUSU Member Service: Advocacy

A key role of AUSU is advocacy, both at the individual and institutional level.

Strength is in numbers, and the goal of any students’ union is to provide a unified voice for the student community to accomplish things we could not do alone. All AU undergraduates pay SU fees, so AUSU represents all undergrads.

If you require advocacy or mediation on any issue, or even some support and information, you should not hesitate to contact AUSU. We provide advocacy for both individuals and for the membership as a whole.

For more information on how AUSU can help you, please visit AUSU’s website at:

Great AU Finds Online
Counselling Assessments — Am I Ready for studies in …? Counselling Assessments ? A series of review modules to test your skill in a variety of subjects (currently there are assessments for English, math, chemistry, Microsoft Access, and computing science). Use these to determine if you need to brush up on a subject before diving in to a course, or just for fun. Also, Mapping Your Future helps you choose an occupation.

For links, see:

AUSU Featured Groups & Clubs
Group Name: AU ? Faculty of Business
Where: Facebook
Members: 1134
About: Members are all types of students, staff, and alumni with AU. The members of the group seem to support, encourage and give advice to each other on AU Faculty of Business topics.
Activity: Posts several times per week that are mostly news and information on the AU Faculty of Business.

This Week at experts have curated playlists get you started. With hundreds of lists on a variety of subjects, there is something for everyone. Visit the playlist center for more information and enter the playlist title. This week’s featured list:

Build Leadership Skills
Being a student at AU creates some difficulties in being able to hone leadership skills, yet every employer values them. Fortunately, has training on a wide range of career and business skills. The Build Leadership Skills is ideal for new grads, or anyone seeking employment while they study. This stream of courses will teach you:
– How to be a leader people love to follow.
– How to uncover your hidden strengths and talents.
– How to inspire your team.

Have a look at this playlist and start using the skills in your everyday interactions outside of school!

Courses: 7
Duration: 8h 52m
Skill Level: Appropriate for all

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