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- Apr 30: Deadline to apply for course extension for May
- May 7: Annual General Meeting
- May 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Jun 1
- May 15: Jun degree requirements deadline
- May 30: Deadline to apply for course extension for June
- Jun 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Jul 1
AUSU Awards and Bursaries – Deadline May 1
Applications for AUSU’s spring awards cycle are now open! There is over $20,000 available for AU undergraduate students spread out over 8 different award and bursary categories (in addition to our year-round bursaries!).
We are also proud to announce that this awards cycle we are launching a New Student Bursary to address a need identified by our membership for more funding for new students. The New Student Bursary is for new students in financial need with between 3 to 11 credits completed at AU. Students with 12 or more AU credits are eligible for all other AUSU awards and bursaries.
Applications are online and open to all AU undergraduate students. Apply Now!
Academic Achievement Awards: For students who have achieved academic excellence.
AUSU Bursaries: For students in financial need and/or with exceptional circumstances.
Balanced Student Awards: For students who balance multiple commitments in addition to studies.
New Student Bursaries: For students in financial need with between *3 to 11 AU credits.
Returning Student Awards: For students who have returned to studies after a long break.
Student Volunteer Awards: For students who contribute to their community.
#Igo2AU Awards:Open to all undergraduate students to celebrate diversity at AU.
Apply online here. Deadline May 1, 2020.
COVID-19 Announcements from AUSU
It’s always hard to say goodbye to our outgoing council and executives, but their legacy lives on with AUSU! Outgoing AUSU President Brandon Simmons shares his experiences with the Students’ Union in his final AUSU Executive Blog.
He also gives some tips for students struggling in the current COVID-19 pandemic, and shares his own experiences enduring hardship and the impact it had on his studies at AU.
AUSU would like to sincerely thank Brandon for all of his fantastic work and advocacy on behalf of AU students. We wish him all the very best in the future!
Check out the Executive Blog (with photos!) online here.
AUSU Annual Members’ Meeting
All members are welcome to attend by phone or video conference. This is a great opportunity to find out more about your AU Students’ Union, and ask questions or provide feedback!