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. Students engage with each other and gain a sense of belonging through activities and events in the community.


Here are a few examples of some of the exciting activities and events Alexander College has to offer:

  • Archery
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Cultural Celebrations
  • Fly-Over Canada
  • Fright Nights
  • Go-Karting
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Movie Night
  • Multicultural Lunch
  • Playland
  • Puppy Day
  • Seattle Day Trip
  • Skiing and Snowboarding
  • Whistler Day Trip
  • Whitecaps Games

If students would like more information or would like to participate in an event, please contact the Student Life Officer, Rebecca Spruston ( for more information.


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.  ACSA provides its members with regular and dynamic opportunities to get involved in event planning, budgeting, acquisition of resources for the student body, creating activities that help students positively engage with life in Canada, and helping their fellow students make new friends, create new connections, and generally enhance the student experience at Alexander College. Read more…




Clubs at Alexander College are predominantly organized and run by the students.  With funding and support from ACSA, new clubs are regularly being developed.  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.

The following clubs are active during the Winter 2017 Semester:

  • Adventure Club
  • Basketball Club
  • Conversation Club
  • Drama Club
  • Film Club
  • Fitness Club
  • Foodie Club
  • Music Association
  • Study Club
  • Volleyball Club

If students are interested in starting their own club or joining a club, please contact the Student Life Officer, Rebecca Spruston for more information.



Staying active and healthy is an important aspect of maintaining a balanced lifestyle.  It is important for students to regularly be active within their community by participating in a variety of sporting activities.  The College makes arrangements for facilities, and supervision for sporting activities.

Sporting activities that students participate in are as such:

  • Badminton
  • basketball
  • bowling
  • Skiing and Snowboarding
  • Volleyball
  • Yoga

If students are interested in participating in a sporting activity or event, please contact the Student Life Officer, Rebecca Spruston for more information.