AUSU Update

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– Feb 28: Deadline to apply for course extension for April
– Mar 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Apr 1
– Mar 14: AUSU Council Meeting
– Mar 15: April degree requirements deadline
– Mar 31: Deadline to apply for course extension for May
– Apr 10: Deadline to register in a course starting May 1
– Apr 11: AUSU Council Meeting

What Qualities Should AUSU Executive Have?

AUSU is having an Executive Election at the end of the month in accordance with AUSU Policy 3.02. All three executive positions will be re-elected from among the existing elected council.

Although Executive elections are internal, we would still like to hear from our membership about what qualities you value in your AUSU executive!

Email or text 780-900-0908 to let AUSU know what qualities you would like to see in the AUSU Executive!

Course Evaluations

Completed any AU courses in the past year? Please fill out an AUSU Course Evaluation online here.

AUSU’s course evaluations are available anytime. Also, although they are completely confidential, you can see the evaluation results online as well! The more evaluations receive, the more useful the information is!

Tuition and Taxes

You may be able to reduce income tax payable by claiming tax credits for tuition and academic fees.

The Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate (form T2202A) will be available to all eligible AU students in the myAU portal at the end of February.

Visit AU’s web site here for further details on obtaining your tuition, education and textbook tax credit information for your 2016 tax return.

To find out more about claiming education costs on your tax return, visit the Canada Revenue Agency website here.


One of AUSU’s most important roles is to provide Advocacy for AU undergraduate students. AUSU advocates on behalf of all students at the provincial and national level, but we also provide advocacy at the University level, both on an individual basis and on behalf of all students.

If you are experiencing issues at AU that you would like assistance with, please feel free to contact us at AUSU can advocate on your behalf, or to provide you with information to assist you in your communications with the University.