"UASU Got This" Campaign
The University of Alberta Students’ Union (UASU) is launching a campaign to support and encourage traditionally underrepresented students in seeking student leadership positions at the University of Alberta. These positions include University of Alberta Students’ Union Executive, Students’ Council, Faculty and Department Associations, and Residence Associations positions. This campaign will carry the messages of empowerment and positivity to the broader campus community.
Keep an eye out for the You Got This posters on campus featuring leaders and passionate students from all corners of campus, calling on YOU to run in the next UASU election.
These web pages include:
- Information on the You Got This campaign
- Access to an extensive research project on diversity and undergraduate student politics that the UASU conducted called Identity Matters!, A Study of Undergraduate Involvement and Leadership in Student Government at UAlberta,
- More information on some of the leaders featured on the You Got This posters
- Other important resources
The UASU’s Office of Discover Governance provides valuable information to candidates or interested students looking to learn more about student governance at the University of Alberta. Their office has many resources available to students including workshops, resource guides, tip-sheets, and drop-in advisory services for interested candidates. They are in Room 6-24 in the Students’ Union Building or can are available at email@example.com
Election Info: For students interested in running for student leadership positions, information is available on the UASU elections page, with links to additional resources and application forms. Students can also go to this page to learn about vacancies in positions, key election and application dates, and other information.
STRIDE is a cohort program operated by the Students’ Union, aimed at encouraging greater participation/involvement of women and non-binary individuals from all backgrounds – race, ethnicity, indigeneity, sexuality, and ability - in student governance. The program aims to equip participants with the knowledge, skills, and network to run for a variety of student government positions and make meaningful change on campus. The program has an annual application process, and interested students can learn more here.
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW