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– Feb 29: March course extension deadline
– Mar 10: Deadline to register in a courses starting Apr 1
– Mar 10: AUSU Council Meeting (4:30pm MT)
– Mar 11: AUSU General Election Polls open
– Mar 14: AUSU General Election Polls close
– Mar 15: April degree requirements deadline
– Mar 16: AUSU Election Results Announced (4:30pm MT)
Want to find out about the candidates running in the 2016 AUSU General Election?
The election will take place March 11 to March 14, 2016.
Spring Break Twitter Contest!
Spring break is coming ? AU and AUSU will be closed from March 25 to 28 incluisive.
Tweet your plans for the 2016 Spring break using the hashtag #AUSUSpringBreak between March 6 – 12! One lucky tweeter will win a prize including a $25 gift card to a store of their choice!
AUSU Bylaw Changes
AUSU has held two member consultations about the bylaw changes we are proposing to align our bylaws with the Post Secondary Learning Act. You can read about these changes here.
If you did not get a chance to attend a meeting and would still like to give some feedback, stop by our Bylaw Forum!
The first of two readings of the motion to change the bylaws will be during our March council meeting.
CASA Advocacy Week
AUSU Executives Shawna Wasylyshyn and Brandon Simmons just got back from Ottawa where they represented AU students during the CASA Advocacy Week!
CASA (Canadian Alliance of Students’ Associations) brought together close to 60 student leaders, representing over 300,000 post-secondary students from across the country, to Ottawa as a united front, collectively pushing for further investments in higher education and increased support for students.
From February 22 to 29, they had over 150 meeting with Members of Parliament to address advocacy priorities set by the CASA membership, including a meeting with the Prime Minister. We are proud to announce that our VP Finance won the award for “Most Memorable Meeting” for his meeting with MP Matt Jeneroux!