Where involvement begins.
We have now moved into our new space in Student Life Central, 0-85 SUB! Our office is open to serve student group needs, and the main InfoLink booth will be able to accept any paperwork that you need to submit to us.
Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political – there’s probably a student group that’s right for you. If not, feel free to start a new one!
Getting involved in a student group is a great way to meet fellow students and add an element of excitement to your time on campus. Registered student groups can receive office space in SUB and gain access to many financing and fundraising opportunities.
There are over 450 Student Groups on campus. These include:
- Faculty/Departmental Associations.
- Residence Associations
- Men’s and Women’s Fraternities
- Political/ Special Interest
- Social Justice/Public Service
No matter what your interest, there’s a group that’s right for you.
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Student Group Procedure Changes
On February 3rd, 2014, GFC passed the new Student Group Procedure which will replace the Code of Student Behaviour as the governing rules over the student groups on campus. Lana Cuthbertson, the Student Event Risk Management Coordinator in the Office of the Dean of Students, along with Student Group Services created this information sheet about what the major changes are and how they will affect your group's operations. Please read it over here. A copy of the Procedure can be found here. For frequently asked questions about the new procedure, please click here.
Student Group Services is a service of the Students’ Union intended specifically for the support and management of student groups on campus. SGS is responsible for overseeing the registration of groups with the University, the Graduate Students Association, and Students’ Union. The Student Group Services Staff consists of one full-time non-student Manager, a part-time Communications Assistant, a part-time Clubs Fair Organizer and two part-time student Coordinators.
To actively support and develop the members of student groups so they can function at a high level and consequently contribute to forming a well rounded, positive, vibrant, and creative campus community.
Blair Wade, Communications Assistant :: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information coming soon!
Sarah Dunnet, Clubs Fair Organizer :: email@example.com
- Information coming soon!
Kaz Haykowsky, Coordinator :: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Arts, Political Science Major (Biology Minor)
- Kaz has jumped into SGS with both feet - he gets to take over Clubs Fair operations his first week! Kaz has an extensive scouting background, so if you visit SGS and you can't see anyone, it's not that we're not there - we're just expertly camouflaged. Kaz also brings amazing vegan lunches to work, and hopefully will start bringing enough to share.
Eric Kother, Coordinator :: email@example.com
- Faculty of Arts, Visual Art & Design Major (Biology Minor)
- Eric describes himself as "the tall, blond Coordinator. Except Kaz is also tall and blond. I'm taller." Be sure to ask Eric about his Clubs Fair-unfriendly wardrobe experience if you read this and see him in the office!
Chelsea Livingstone, Manager :: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Physical Education & Recreation, Nutrition & Health Promotion Major
- If Chelsea could be any animal, she would be a sloth - because they're fantastic, not because she has any tendency towards moving slowly whatsoever. "Mama Bear" Chelsea is incredibly excited to lead SGS onwards and upwards. Chelsea is looking forward to the summer and enjoying some sunshine and music festivals!
09:30am - 4:30pm
Monday to Friday
Student Group Services Office
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW