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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
October 26, 2014

Canadian Excellence

Getting involved on Campus




Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union


"A positive experience for every student"

The Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union (WLUSU), one of the biggest and best in the country, is a student-owned and operated non-profit corporation. Its vision is to provide "a positive experience for every n187905416_3694kkk3118_2467_1.jpgstudent." As the official representative for all undergraduate students, elected student representatives work to strengthen and improve services offered to students on campus and within the community, and to voice student issues and concerns to the university community.

The Students' Union offers over 3,000 volunteer opportunities for all undergraduate students. In the seven business operations, WLUSU offers over 300 part-time jobs and is committed to providing a variety of opportunities to enhance the student experience through professional and personal development.

Departments: Board of Directors, Clubs & Activities, University Affairs, President & CEO, Administration, Services, Public Affairs

Exciting committees: Charity Ball, Orientation Week, Foot Patrol, Emergency Response Team, Graphic Design and First Year Council.

Campus Clubs: Joining a campus club is a great way to meet people with similar interests. Wilfrid Laurier Students' Union offers over 130 student lead clubs and associations for Laurier Students, including clubs for 2024_02_wlu09spring_214.jpgacademic programs, athletics, social justice, politics and special interests.

As our largest single volunteer base, the Campus Clubs are among our most cherished resources. Each year WLUSU reserves over $25,000 to help student clubs hold awareness campaigns and social events. These clubs are all administered through the Campus Clubs office located on the third floor of the Fred Nichols Campus Centre.

With clubs such as Habitat for Humanity, Fashion and Lifestyle Community, Global China Connection, Ministry of Anime, Hawkapella and Muslim Student Association, there is literally a club for everyone! If there isn't a club that meets your interest, you can start one!The Campus Clubs Council will assist students in starting a new club, orrunning and managing an existing club.

For more information on the exciting leadership and volunteer opportunities WLUSU offers, check out their website: www.wlusu.com