Alexander College Student Association (ACSA) is a group of students united by a desire to make a positive difference in the lives of other students at Alexander College.
ACSA and Student Life is proud to announce our laptop lending program! 17 laptops will be available for 4 hour student borrowing.
Before you borrow a laptop, please review and agree to our laptop lending policies by completing the form below:
For more information on laptop lending policies, please see our policy page.
The Alexander College Student Association (ACSA) supports many initiatives and a major one is gaming access for our student body. We offer students the amazing opportunity to access the PlayStation 5 console, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. In order to check out the Playstation 5 console, students must visit the SA DIV Frontdesk located inside the Library. Students must be registered for the current term, and prove that by providing their AC Student ID. Once that has been confirmed, students may leave either their AC Student ID or one piece of Government ID with the SA Frontdesk in order to check out the Play Station 5 console. Upon returning the Play Station 5 console, students will be given back their ID.
AC students are permitted to borrow video games for the PlayStation 5 console from the AC library. Students must provide either a form of government ID or their AC Student ID with their student number on it when borrowing a video game. Students are permitted to borrow a video game for either 3 or 7 days depending on the game. Please visit the library page: https://alexandercollege.ca/student-success/library/borrowing-services/#loanperiods for more information.
In addition to playing an integral role in the enhancement of life at Alexander College, students who participate in ACSA gain invaluable experience in leadership, developing initiatives, and helping shape the Association’s policies and processes.
You can count your membership in ACSA as volunteer experience as it is eligible for your Co-Curricular Record. This is a benefit to you, as it can greatly improve your application for further studies and your career interests.
ACSA conducts weekly meetings at our Burnaby campus every Thursday from 9:00am – 11:00am in classroom 249 with snacks and drinks provided. Come out to these meetings, meet new people and shape your experience at AC for the better!
Membership in ACSA is simple: come out and join the weekly meeting at our Burnaby campus or email our Student Life Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be introduced to existing Association members and explore current opportunities to be involved at each meeting. Remember that your participation with ACSA can count toward your Co-Curricular record!
Check in regularly with the news feed on our AC homepage, as well as our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for regular updates about upcoming events, club activities, and other opportunities!
Clubs at Alexander College are organized and run by students, for students.
With the support from ACSA, new clubs are regularly developed based on student interests.
For more information about our current clubs and how you can participate, simply email our Student Life Officer (email@example.com) and take a look at the notice boards around both campuses.
ACSA regularly offers students a number of means to pursue their sporting interests. Students can participate in community sports by joining ACSA members within local intramural leagues, planned sporting events at local gyms (for example, basketball, badminton, soccer, bowling, billiards, and yoga), as well as many excursions into Vancouver’s exciting outdoors in sports such as hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.
Other sport-related activities include attending local games and matches, including hockey, football, and soccer games – something that is a regular and dynamic part of living in Canada.
Life in Canada is full of celebration and things to do. On campus, ACSA offers numerous cultural celebrations and parties. Hence, providing students with the opportunity to experience Canadian culture, and share and celebrate their own cultural heritages with staff, faculty and their fellow students.
As new interests emerge from our student body, ACSA responds with new programs and activities. Off campus, ACSA regularly organizes excursions for skiing or snowboarding at Whistler, hiking in the mountains, visiting cultural landmarks and museums, exploring local restaurants and clubs, and participating in sporting events.
There is much to do around Vancouver, and ACSA is the perfect gateway to help you explore and enjoy!