Athabasca University Graduate Students’ Association
Athabasca University Graduate Students’ Association is a student-run, diverse, and multi-faceted organization that aims to meet your needs as a graduate student at Athabasca University.
The Athabasca University Graduate Students’ Association provides student services and representation for AU graduate students through university and government relations with the mission that graduate-level education at AU is accessible, affordable, and of outstanding quality.
What AUGSA Does For You
ADVOCACY TO ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY, PROVINCIAL & FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
AUGSA acts as an advocate on behalf of graduate students. With government advocacy, AUGSA is a member of both the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) as well as the Alberta Graduate Provincial Advocacy Council (abGPAC).
STUDENT REPRESENTATION AT ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY
AUGSA student leaders advocate for and represents the student voice at Athabasca University on many committees, councils, the Board of Governors, and more.
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE
AUGSA and the Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) come together each year to present the annual Graduate Student Research Conference (GSRC). This forum offers AU students a chance to showcase their planned, ongoing, and recently completed research.
AWARDS & BURSARIES
AUGSA offers a range of awards and bursaries for Graduate Students at Athabasca University to recognize achievements and support their ongoing academic pursuits.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AVAILABLE TO GRADUATE STUDENTS THROUGH ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY
Athabasca University has entered into a partnership with Homewood Health and will be offering these services effective November 1, 2018. See: Homewood Health. Graduate Students are encouraged to use these services provided by the University.
International Students please dial 1-877-301-4776
Canadian Students dial 1-800-663-1142 (English)
Canadian Students dial 1-866-398-9505 (French)