Welcome to the
Graduate Students’ Association
of the University of Calgary!
Help an Evacuee Experience Calgary through the GSA’s “Nice to Meet You” Initiative
The GSA has developed an initiative to help connect students, primarily our grad student members, with evacuees who are staying on the University of Calgary campus. The initiative “Nice to Meet You” will pair up students with evacuees/evacuee families to explore Calgary.
Even though many evacuees will be able to return home soon, they have been here in Calgary for quite some time now and it would be great for them to be able to experience the City with the companionship of a student. Students are able to select activities to engage evacuees with. Click here to view event activity website links.
If you are interested in volunteering as a student to show evacuees around Calgary, please complete the poll here.
Calgary Pride Parade
GSA and FGS marching together – Sept. 4, registration deadline Aug. 24
The Mentorship Program helps graduate students attain their desired career goal – whether it’s re-entering industry after graduation (as 70 percent of grad students do) or continuing with academe. This program is free, and helps grad students make professional contacts by pairing students with a mentor in their field of interest.
Health & Dental
We’ve designed a Plan to fit your lifestyle.
Graduate Students’ Association offers a variety of services for the members.
Events At GSA
Learn about new GSA events in and around University of Calgary here.
Volunteer Opportunities with the GSA
The GSA offers many opportunities to volunteer, expand your resume and become involved in the graduate student community. Here is a list of our available volunteer positions:
Stay informed and sign-up for the GSA’s weekly newsletter full of events, news, and surprises!