AUSU team members are here to support your student experience at Athabasca University!
How to Connect
AUSU Office Email and Phone
Direct Line: 780.497.7000
Athabasca University Students’ Union
PO Box 53541 Edmonton, AB T6X 0P6
Message From the Executive Director
As AUSU Executive Director, one of my primary roles is to create an environment where the AUSU team of Staff, Executives, and Councillors can maximize their potential while serving the AU student body. AUSU has students at the heart of the organization and supports their exceptional online learning journey, while continually seeking opportunities to enhance your experience, now and in the future. If you have suggestions, feedback, or praise for AUSU, our team wants to hear it! Reach out anytime.Jodi Campbell
Please note: you will find contact information for your AUSU Executive Team and Councillors on the Student Council & Staff.
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The Athabasca University Students’ Union respectfully acknowledges that our organization is located on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional territory of the Nêhiyaw (Plains Cree), Woodland Cree, Beaver Cree Dene, Saulteaux, Niisitapi, Métis, and Nakota Sioux Peoples. The traditional name of Edmonton, Alberta is amiskwaciy-wâskahikan, meaning Beaver Hills House in Cree. We also recognize that our members span across the lands we now know as Canada and abroad, and we acknowledge and celebrate these Indigenous histories, languages, and cultures. As an organization, AUSU is committed to decolonization, reconciliation, and conciliation efforts, acknowledging that there is much to unlearn. AUSU will continuously strive to build equitable relationships with Indigenous learners at AU, as well as Indigenous members and staff within AUSU, advocate with and for Indigenous learners through consultation, and create spaces that are inclusive, respectful, and equitable.