What are Residence Associations?
Residence Associations represent and provide services to all students living in their residence. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Representing the students to Residence Services, the Students’ Union, and the Graduate Students’ Association;
- Coordinating social events; and,
- Providing services as needed.
Each Residence Association is unique in its innate understanding of the issues and concerns that affect the students in that Residence. They are an important part of the campus community, both socially and politically.
Association des Résidents de la Faculté Saint-Jean (ARFSJ)
8406 - 91 Street
East Campus Students' Association (ECSA)
11054 - 87 Ave
International House Community Council
8801 - 111 st NW
Michener Park Resident Association (MPRA)
101 Vanier House
Newton Place Resident Association (NPRA)
206 8515 - 112 St NW
Lister Hall Students' Association (LHSA)
The LHSA is currently suspended and not in operation. Representation of Lister residents is currently being handled by the Students' Union, through 8 student staff called Lister Representatives. You can read the minutes from their meetings below:
What is the LHSA?
This document is a very brief primer on the LHSA, its officers, and its elections.
The LHSA will be returning this year, and is having elections very soon! Nomination packages for the position of President are due this Friday, February 17. Please hand your completed nomination packages in to the LHSA Chief Returning Officer, Joseph Kruis.
Room: 348 Kelsey
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW