Accessibility Advisory Committee
The Acadia Students' Union has created an Accessibility Advisory Committee and is looking for up to four (4) students to sit on the committee.More Info
2017-11-23 ASU Press Release on Collective Bargaining
The Acadia Students' Union released a press release on collective bargaining on Thursday, November 23rd, 2017.More Info
Adoption of New By-Laws governing Elections, Referenda and Plebiscites
At its Regular Meeting held on Tuesday, November 21st, 2017, Council enacted By-Law Three (Union Elections Act) and By-Law Four (Referendum and Plebiscite Act).More Info
Applications Still Open for Deputy Chairperson
Hey Acadia; Just wanted to send a quick email to remind you that applications for the position of Deputy Chairperson are open until 4:00 PM on Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017. All you need to do is send a cover letter and resume, explaining what skills and/or experience you have and why you would like to… Read more »
Job Opening at the Acadia Students’ Union: Deputy Chairperson
Good evening Acadia! 😊 The Acadia Students’ Union is welcoming applications from students for the position of Deputy Chairperson on the Students’ Representative Council. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume, explaining what experiences and skills they possess and why they would like to serve in the position. Applications must be submitted before 4:30 PM on Wednesday,… Read more »
Proposed Election By-Law Changes
The Governance Committee of the Acadia Students’ Union has conducted a thorough review of the Acadia Students’ Union’s By-Law No. Three (Union Elections) over the past month and has compiled two documents that identify all of the proposed amendments and changes. The first major change is that the one by-law has been split into two by-laws… Read more »
2017-11-05 What is Council Doing This Week?
Happy Monday, Acadia! 😊 On Tuesday evening, Council will be presented with a notice that a proposal to change the Union election rules and regulations will be considered by Council on November 16th, 2017. This is an important document as it represents the latest major overhaul of the Election By-Law in many years and will, if passed, form the basis… Read more »
2017-10-30 What is Council Doing This Week?
Attention Acadia students; Happy Halloween from the Chair’s Office! 😊 On Tuesday evening, Council will consider the Alumni Mentorship Network proposal from the Colin Mitchell, Student Board of Governors Representative, and Christopher Saulnier, Community Relations Officer. This proposal, which has now been reviewed by the Academic Affairs Committee and the Governance Committee, would create a mentorship program where recent graduates… Read more »
2017-10-23 What is Council Doing This Week
Attention Acadia students; On Tuesday evening, Council will be provided with an update on Collective Bargaining by Samantha Nixon, VP Academic and External, and Grace Hamilton-Burge, President. If you did not have a chance to attend last Thursday’s update or today’s update (4:30 PM in the Michener Lounge), this would be a great chance to learn more about the collective… Read more »
2017-10-16 What is Council Doing This Week?
Attention Acadia students; On Tuesday evening, we will welcome Councillor Meg Hodges from the County of Kings and her colleagues from Kings Transit to provide an update on how they are working to make public transit better for students across the region. This Regular Meeting of Council will start at 5:00 PM in the Beveridge Forum (off of the Michener Lounge in the Students’ Union… Read more »