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Club President: Riley Lockhart
The ACSS is a university club/group that provides resources, such as help centers for new students and plans social gatherings for the student body
Club President: Matthew Pierre
The Acadia Education Society is a student-run society from the Acadia School of Education. We host social and academic events, as well as professional development sessions that can strengthen your skills as an educator or someone who is interested in becoming an educator!
Club President: Katie Winters
Club President: Emily Dasteegt
Club President:Renee Boutilier-McFarlane
Facebook: Acadia History Club
Doanya Gholami email@example.com
Club President: Caitlin Steacy
The ACDSC is a safe space for like-minded individuals to discuss Critical Dietetics issues and share ideas.
Contact- Kim Gittens firstname.lastname@example.org or Lauren Meloney email@example.com
The Acadia University Psychology Association AUPA is an ASU recognized club that strives to improve the university experience for undergraduate psychology students. As a club, our focus is to expose students to current and future academic opportunities of interest, while also hosting social events to promote relationships within the department Mission Statement: The Acadia University Psychology Association AUPA aims to enhance the undergraduate experience by offering additional academic support and providing social and networking opportunities for psychology students.
Lily Heshmati- firstname.lastname@example.org
Club President: Guy Harrison-Murray
ESSA is an association that provides a setting for environmentally-conscious people to gather together to share ideas, develop discussion, and most importantly, have a good time! ESSA promotes student-to-student mentorship and partnership within the Earth & Environmental Science Department. The pillar goals of ESSA are to host and/or promote events that encourage environmental stewardship, as well as advance an understanding of the natural world and issues associated with it.
Club President: Benjamin Henger
Club President: Hope Martin
Ryley Crowe- email@example.com
Facebook: Fletcher Geology Club
The Fletcher Geology Club is an organization that allows those interested in the Earth Sciences to learn more than what is taught in the classroom - and have a blast doing so! Through field trips and social gatherings, the club is a way for students to visit places of geological interest and interact with their professors. The club room is located in Huggins Science Hall Rm 308, across from the Dean's office. All geology majors, and those interested in geology are invited to join the club and help contribute to the departmental spirit!
Club President: Olivia Mergl
Club President: Molly Anderson
Club President: Jordan MacIntyre
Club Presidents: Dylan McCarthy and Nathan McCarthy
The Acadia Dance Collective brings the opportunity to dance into the Acadia University community, providing classes at all levels. Our experienced team of teachers provides weekly classes in a variety of dancing styles to engage a diverse group of members. We welcome all Acadia students, and hope that members find enjoyment, make friends, and experience personal growth while a part of ADC. In addition, we also run our 'Dancespiration' program which provides a safe and positive environment for youth and adults in the community with specialized needs to express their love of dance.
Club President: Gwenn Firth
Club President: Sam Morris
Club Presidents: Meredith Tulloch and Taylor Gray
Club President: Nathan Bingley
Club President: Vivian Li
Club President: Erin Coughlan
Club Presidents: Mckaylie Campbell, Caitlyn Gerry and Molly Witton
Club President: Melissa Atkinson
Club President: Maira MacIntyne
Kaitlyn Lightfoot- firstname.lastname@example.org
The Acadia Chess Society is for students of any skill level. We host weekly meetings to play chess games casually and competitively and learn about different aspects of Chess such as Openings, Tactics, and Endgames. Students can join the club in person on campus or virtually through online chess and communication platforms.
Mission Statement: To create an informative and fun space for students to play and learn about Chess.
Contact: Keigan Richard email@example.com
The Acadia Children’s Wish Society is a growing club on campus with the purpose of raising money so that children with life threatening illnesses have their dreams come true and have a break from the reality of their disease.
A club dedicated to informing Acadia students of leftist perspectives, while striving to achieve a community that combats oppression of all forms within society.
Facebook-Acadia Communist Club (A.C.C)
Kaley McKinnion- firstname.lastname@example.org
The Acadia International Society seeks to strengthen the interaction of various cultures represented at Acadia University. This is done through hosting events and bonding activities to create new relationships and embrace the diversity of each culture!
Facebook- Acadia International Society
The AIC exists to provide an introduction to the financial industry to its members through real-world fund management with a portfolio at a relevant brokerage, either through the university or held privately in the name of the Council, or temporarily in the name of an executive.
The Acadia Model United Nations Association is an interdisciplinary club open to students of all experience levels with the aim of developing knowledge and understanding of the procedures of Model United Nations through weekly simulations and tutorials. We focus on debating important global issues in that context.
Facebook-Acadia Model United Nations Association (AMUNA)
The Acadia-MSA aims to create safe, welcoming and friendly environment for Muslim students. We strive to build unity with people of all backgrounds - no matter of their race, color and religion through diverse social as well as educational programs to build bridges between Muslims and non-Muslims along with to dispel any misconception about Islam and Muslims.
Contact- Mayar Tahina
Explore the local outdoors with others through events such as hikes, camping, snowshoeing, skiing, campfires and more! A group to gather outside and appreciate the world together.
Contact- Natalie Weder
Facebook-Acadia Outdoors Club 2020-21
Contact- Guy Harrison Murray email@example.com
The Acadia Pre-health Society is a team of students who are passionate about health care related careers and providing opportunities for other students to learn about and network within the health care industry. By hosting events throughout the school year involving a wide variety of health care professionals, we aim to help Acadia students achieve their goals of working in the health care industry. Everyone is invited to get involved and all you have to do is join our Facebook group "Acadia Pre-Health Society 2020/21" and you will have access to all discussions and information.
"Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18 and older to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service."
Acadia Relay for Life is an event held once a year, in March to celebrate the lives of those who have survived cancer, and remember those who did not. As well as raise money for cancer research and care for those with cancer. Those who join the club are looking to help bring forth ideas to better promote and plan the event, and fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society.
Sam Nunn- firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Acadia CAFP
- CAFP is an organization that promotes networking, education, professional development, and community involvement around food and foodservice. Acadia CAFP offers students the ability to attend events, join committees, and opportunities to run for executive positions. As a member you will have the chance to attend monthly meetings, usually accompanied by a fantastic meal, obtain bursaries exclusive to CAFP members, and have access to a multitude of networking and learning experiences
Patria Symonette- email@example.com
Enactus Acadia is a student organization that promotes social entrepreneurship in our community. We strive to empower Acadia students to seek a need, take action, and create change!
Contact- Adam Ferguson firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Indigenous Student Society of Acadia states its purpose as “a place to connect with Indigenous students and non-indigenous students and develop community.” This strong group of Indigenous student leaders hosts campus events and endeavors to support the Indigenous student population at Acadia.
The Paul Tom Debate Society believes that civil argumentation is both desirable and necessary for the well-being of any healthy community. We take pride in fostering the ability of Acadia students to debate rationally, respectfully, and persuasively.
Contact- Max Gustafson email@example.com
Sisters of Color was created to embody a sisterhood that would reflect the values observed in a black community. We are open to all racial backgrounds as we hope to encourage women through their educational journey. As a sister, we want you to uplift one another instead of tearing each other down. SOC strives to empower women to know that there is no limit to the success she can achieve in life. In becoming a part of Sisters of Color, no woman should ever feel discouraged or alone because she will always find Strength in her Sisterhood.
Navaz Sands firstname.lastname@example.org