Alexander College Student Association (ACSA)

ACSA is a group of students united by a desire to make a positive and substantial difference in the lives of other students here at Alexander College.

Student Association (ACSA)


Activities and Experiences

Student Life and the Alexander College Student Association (ACSA) work together to provide students with the opportunity to experience both Canadian culture and the diverse cultures of other students. Through this, students engage with each other and gain a sense of belonging through activities and events in the community.

ACSA Clubs and Events

If students would like more information or to participate in an event, contact the Student Life Officer, Rebecca Spruston at studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

Student Life FAQs

  • I want to join the events I see advertised around the school. Where do I sign up for them?

    Alexander College offers a variety of activities and events for students to get involved in, which are organized by the Student Life Department. Please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

  • What kind of clubs does Alexander College offer? How do I join a club or start one?

    Students predominantly organize and run the clubs at Alexander College. New clubs are developed with funding and support from ACSA. Students are encouraged to take on a leadership role and form a new club that would be of interest to students at the College.

    Clubs provide students with extra-curricular activities and help them become more involved in the AC community. Clubs welcome new members at any time throughout the year.

    If students are interested in starting their own club or joining a club, please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

    ACSA Clubs and Events

  • How do I get involved in the Alexander College Student Association?

    Student votes elect the executive council of the Alexander College Student Association (ACSA) at the beginning of each Fall term. Candidates organize their speeches to gain the support of fellow students, and the voting stations at each campus open for approximately two days. Each student of Alexander College gets one ballot, and students should have their student ID card at the voting station. The office will close the vote, tally the ballots and announce the newly elected council.

    It is ACSA and the Student Life Department’s responsibility to ensure that the budget and the current fee of $20 per student, per semester is wisely spent and benefits the student body. Please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

  • What is the Student Refugee Program and how is Alexander College involved?

    The Student Refugee Program (SRP) began in 1978, and as part of the World University Services of Canada (WUSC), brings students currently living in conflict areas to live and continue their education in Canada.

    Due to limited resources, education can be difficult or impossible for individuals living in a refugee camp to continue. Refugees often flee their country because of war, a natural disaster, or political repression, and may struggle with having their basic needs met.

    In February 2017, Alexander College implemented a $5 fee per term for all registered students to support a sponsored student. 100% of this fee will go towards supporting the student’s transitional and living expenses in their first year. Learn more about how the $5 fee will support the student here.

    Alexander College consistently encourages students to get involved in supporting our refugee students. Please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

  • What is the Green Committee and how may I get involved?

    The AC Green Committee is a group of staff, faculty, and students who work together to increase environmental awareness at Alexander College while creating events and leading initiatives in order to decrease our environmental impact.

    Alexander College Sustainability Mission Statement

    Alexander College strives for sustainability through education, community engagement and modelling waste reduction best practices. We aim to produce environmentally responsible global citizens and contribute to the overall health of the communities in which we live.

    Please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

  • How do I qualify for the Honour Roll and Dean’s List?

    Alexander College Students are honoured for their outstanding academic performance through our Honour Roll and Dean’s List. Recipients are recognized and receive their certificates at our Convocation Ceremonies, which are held in June and October. The Honour Roll and Dean’s List are evaluated based on the three major terms: Fall, Winter, and Spring.

    Selection to the Honour Roll is based on the achievement of a 3.50 to 3.99 GPA after the completion of a minimum of 12 credits in the term being evaluated.

    Selection to the Dean’s List is based on the achievement of a 4.00 or higher GPA after the completion of a minimum of 12 credits in the term being evaluated.

    Please contact the Student Life Department by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

  • I am in the process of applying for graduation. How do I get more information about the Alexander College Alumni Services?

    The Alexander College Alumni Association provides former students with several excellent benefits, specifically tailored for its valued members. Please contact the Alumni Services by email: studentlife@alexandercollege.ca for more information.

Register a Club

If you are interested in registering a club, please download the form, fill it in on your device and return to studentlife@alexandercollege.ca
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