AUSU SOCIAL GROUPS AND CLUBS
List of AUSU Clubs
Club Website Guidelines
Club Budget Information
Bridge the gap and broaden your horizons!
Start a group or join a club.
Outside of education, one of the most important aspects of university life is the people you meet, the sharing of ideas,
and the friends you make. This holds true for the distance student as much as it does for the student attending classes in body every
day. In fact, for the distance student it is more important because they lack the context of physical connections with others.
Part of bridging the gap is belonging to groups and clubs that exist for those with like interests - whether
are purely academic, purely social, or a mixture of the two. Groups and clubs can range from those of an academic flavour, to those
concentrating on religion, sport, ethnicity, culture, or anything else that you desire.
Athabasca University Students’ Union invites and encourages you to help bring together students who share your
interests, hobbies, and educational goals, by creating groups and clubs for the sharing of ideas, information, time, and company.
With the size of the AU student population, chances are good that if you want to start a club in something you’re interested
in, so does someone else.
Although the groups and clubs you create will be of a different form than those in a more traditional university setting,
they can be just as interesting and just as fulfilling. This section of the Students’ Union website exists to help you in your
quest to find, and band together, those with whom you have a common bond.
We are currently seeking new clubs, and would love to hear from anyone who has an idea for one. If you’ve got
an idea for a group or club, or you want other information that you cannot find here, please don’t hesitate to contact Tamra at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to assist you in any way we can,
and welcome suggestions that would help us improve our website and the services we provide.
AUSU Coffee Groups
||AUSU students have formed coffee groups across Canada and around the
world. To see a list of contact persons for current groups, or for more
information on starting a group in your area, see the
Coffee Groups page.
Visit this page often, as more clubs will be added soon. If you are interested in starting a club
and want more information, contact Tamra, at