AUSU Update!

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– Jan 31: Deadline to apply for course extension for March
– Feb 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Mar 1
– Feb 15: February degree requirements deadline
– Feb 16: AUSU Council Meeting
– Feb 28: Deadline to apply for course extension for April
– Mar 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Apr 1
– Mar 15: April degree requirements deadline

Staff and Council Fun Facts

AUSU currently has 8 councillors and 4 staff members. Here are some fun facts about the people who represent you!

AGE: The average age of AUSU staff and council is 34.

Alberta (Calgary, Edmonton, St. Albert, Duffield);
British Columbia (Fort Langley, Prince George);
Ontario (Ridgeway)
Nova Scotia (Barton)

Children: 17
Dogs: 5
Cats: 6
Birds: 1
Guinea Pigs: 2
Rabbits: 2
Lizards: 1
Fish: 37

AU Courses Completed: 196;
AU Courses in Progress: 16

CREDENTIALS: Administrative Assistant Diploma, Associate Degree in Audio Engineering, Bachelor’s Degree in English (x2), Bachelor of Applied Science in Geological Engineering, Business Planning Coach Certificate, Certified Associate in Project Management, Certified Association Executive, Certified Professional Bookkeeper Designation, Child and Youth Care Diploma, Management Diploma, Music Diploma, Ontario Land Surveyor designation, Police Foundations Diploma, Social Media Marketing Certificate (x2),

Visit our website here for more info about staff and council!

Bursaries Available

AUSU has numerous bursaries that are available year-round to AUSU members in financial need.

Computer Bursary – Do you need a new computer to do your AU studies, but cannot afford one? The AUSU Computer Bursary provides students in need with brand new laptops worth up to $800!

Emergency Bursary – Do you need a supplemental exam or course extension due to unforeseen circumstances? AUSU’s Emergency Bursary can pay the fees for those students in financial need!

Health Care Bursary – Need a health care plan but cannot afford it? AUSU’s Health Care Bursary can provide up to $1000 towards a health care plan for student’s in need! Applicants must provide a quote or proof of enrollment for a health care plan to apply.

Travel Bursary – Need to travel for an AU course, conference, exam, practicum, or lab, but don’t have the funds? AUSU’s Travel Bursary can pay for up to $1000 worth of travel & accommodation costs! AUSU pays travel costs directly to provider.

Find out more about these bursaries or apply online here.