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– June 9-11: 2016 Convocation
– June 10: Deadline to register in a course starting July 1
– June 14: AUSU Council Meeting
– June 15: July degree requirements deadline
– June 24: Edmonton Meet & Greet
– June 26: In-Person AUSU Council Meeting (Edmonton)
– June 30: July course extension deadline
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Please note, the survey will ask for your AU student ID number, but this is completely optional. In order to enter for the prize draw, you must provide your student ID number and be an active AUSU member. Your survey answers will remain completely anonymous and will not be connected to your identity. Only AUSU staff will have access to the ID numbers and members list for prize qualification purposes only. If you have any questions about this, please contact AUSU at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stop by During Convocation!
AUSU would like to offer congratulations to all members who are graduating. Thank you for showing all AU undergraduates what is possible!
If you are attending convocation (June 9-11), make sure to stop by the AUSU booth to say hi and pick up some free gifts courtesy of your Students’ Union! We will be right inside the main hall during convocation.
We also hope you enjoy the free hot lunch during convocation sponsored by AUSU!
AUSU Positions with CASA!
AUSU President Shawna Wasylyshyn and VP External Brandon Simmons were just in Ottawa last week for the Canadian Alliance of Students’ Associations (CASA) Foundations conference.
We are pleased to announce that our executives have the following seats on the CASA Board and Committees:
Brandon Simmons –CASA Treasurer
Shawna Wasylyshyn –CASA Federal Policy Committee
Kim Newsome –CASA Trades & Tech Committee
This means AUSU will have a great level of influence with CASA, which is recognized as the most relevant group for Post-secondary issues in Canada!