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Friday, September 4 • 13:00 - 16:00
Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [General Interest]

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Student Group Services

Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political – there’s probably a student group that’s right for you. If not, feel free to start a new one! Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political &ndash... Read More →



AIESEC is the world’s largest student-run organization present in over 130 countries. AIESEC Edmonton is one of 30 local chapters in Canada. We strive to provide unique and meaningful leadership opportunities through the placement and facilitation of paid and volunteer international internships. More information, please visit: http://aiesec.ca/


OUTreach is the University of Alberta's Queer Social Group. We work to provide a safe, comfortable space for all those who consider themselves a part of the "Queer Rainbow" as well as those who consider themselves allies of the community. We invite you to come and join some discussions on varied topics affecting queer life, as well as our game or movie nights (or just pop by our table at the fair to say hello and grab some swag). We will also... Read More →


Healthnuts is a organization that promotes healthy eating. It offers free monthly kitchens for university students to come and learn how to cook different recipes from different cuisines. By doing so we hope to promote more healthy eating while under a low-budget.


"VIDA is a non-profit organization that provides medical, dental, and veterinary care in developing countries. VIDA’s mission is to improve quality of life in underprivileged communities while providing a life-changing experience for its participating volunteers. | | VIDA UofA is a student-led group that offers undergraduate students the opportunity to embark on a mission to Central America (Guatemala, Nicaragua, or Costa Rica) to... Read More →

Subspace 620

Subspace 620 is the SciFi/Fantasy club on campus. We have weekly book club, movie night and game nights. We gather as friends and enjoy all thing geeky and nerdy.

Banzai Anime Klub of Alberta

We're a social club that meets Mondays to watch anime, socialize, and play games. We are currently going over some newer series while having 1 or 2 older ones to go over. We also have occasional meet-ups and host events.

Vegans and Vegetarians of the University of Alberta

Group for vegans and vegetarians, or anyone interested in the topic of animal rights. We organize dinners, discussions, video screenings, or anything else topical.

Rotaract Club of the University of Alberta

The Rotaract Club of the University of Alberta is a volunteer organization connected with Rotary International. As a club, we volunteer for and/or organize community events and fundraisers, plan international volunteer trips, and attend club events. Rotaract is a great way to make new friends while helping the community.

Right To Play University of Alberta

Right To Play is an international organization focused on developing children through the power of sports and play.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

UACSSA was founded in 1985, it is one of the largest student group at the University of Alberta. We offer comprehensive student services to help Chinese students and scholars adapt to the new academic and cultural environment; to assist them on academic and working challenges; to promote Chinese culture, and to establish friendships with other Chinese and Canadian organizations. CSSA had over 1,500 members in 2014-2015 with 90% undergraduates and... Read More →

Students' International Health Association

The Students' International Health Association (SIHA) is a student-run non-profit organization that was founded in 1989. SIHA’s mission is to transform primary health care philosophy into action by creating and implementing sustainable health promotion projects both locally within Edmonton and other Alberta regions, and internationally in rural regions in Tanzania, East Africa. SIHA creates and implements projects according to our three... Read More →

Students for Vaccination Awareness

"Our mandate is to increase awareness of the benefits of vaccinations and to encourage people to get immunized as a means of disease-prevention against infections, such as measles and influenza. Infectious diseases were once the leading cause of death across the globe hundreds of years ago, but with more and more people getting immunized today, there is a decrease in the risk of contracting infectious diseases. However, there has been recent... Read More →

Maria Barbu

I am constantly discovering who I am, what I need to do, and my place in the world. My life's purpose, as I see it, is to see the world, strange things and humankind's work and accomplishments; to experience different cultures; to experience great passion; to unveil my hidden skills and talents; to be amazed and inspired; to amaze and inspire those around me; to instigate positive, worldly change throughout the realms of creativity, education... Read More →

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders, or EWB for short, creates change by supporting social innovations that can break the systems that sustain poverty. At the University of Alberta chapter we provide a friendly space for students to learn, think, and act on issues facing the world. We meet every Wednesday at the Colt Design Lab ETLC 2-009 at 5:15 and new faces are always welcome! We are EWB, we believe in systemic change and don't accept the status quo!

University of Alberta Mixed Chorus

The University of Alberta Mixed Chorus and Handbells are now recruiting! Join us in our 72nd year of singing and ringing. The University of Alberta Mixed Chorus is open to all students, faculty, staff and any other residents of the community. No previous choral experience is required! As one of the oldest clubs on campus, our organization is rich in history and tradition. It's a special year for us, since our conductor, Dr. Robert deFrece, has... Read More →

University of Alberta Hide and Seek Club

We are a group of students who play hide and seek in different buildings around campus on a weekly basis throughout the academic year. From traditional hide and seek to variations such as sardines or manhunt, we cover them all. It doesn't matter where you're from, what faculty you're in or whether you're a student, staff member or alumni, all are welcome to come along and join the fun!

Ag Club

Ag Club is one of the University of Alberta’s oldest student groups. Founded in 1911, Ag Club was built by students who wanted to stay connected to their rural roots while pursuing their university degree. Ag Club provides students with a social network to enjoy student life. The Aggies have earned the reputation of being the most down-to-earth, rowdiest club on campus! | | Everyone is welcome to join!"

University of Alberta Photography Club

"The purpose of UAPC is to promote an environment for the interaction between student, faculty and staff and other affiliates of the University of Alberta in relevant field of photographic arts. UAPC shall engage in activities relating to social, academic, and professional interests with the focus on photographic arts. | | | | The UAPC has a responsibility to provide the following to its membership: | | | i) To organize activities with the... Read More →

Multiple Sclerosis Students' Committee

The Multiple Sclerosis Students' Committee (MSSC) is a student initiative that exists to raise awareness about the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis, and to financially support research with the hope of improving the lives of those affected.

Student Volunteer Campus Community

"- provide participants with an opportunity to experience language in a discussion-like setting | - integrate volunteer activities as a part of everyday student life at the University | - develop cooperative learning between participants through peer-education | - introduce members of the international community to Canadian culture through language education | - promote multiculturalism and the respect of the variety of cultures in Canada"

Multiplying Equality

Multiplying Equality (M.E.) as a student club is an official affiliation of the organization Multiplying Equality. This organization strives to combat social injustice, give back to the community, and inspire youth to join our movement for change by connecting them to meaningful causes locally and globally. M.E. provides individuals with an outlet to connect with charitable causes; proceeds from M.E’s fundraising and community outreach... Read More →

University of Alberta Improv Group

The University of Alberta Improv Group aims to create an improvised theatre community for amateur and developing improvised comedy performers in both the University of Alberta and the Edmonton Area.

Falun Dafa Student Group

Falun Dafa, Also known as Falun Gong, is a traditional Chinese self-cultivation practice that improves mental and physical wellness through a series of easy-to-learn exercises and meditation. The practice is based on the universal principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance. Exercises are taught free of charge every Tuesday at the Kiva Room in Education Building, starting at 6:30pm.

Make Poverty History

We are a social justice group focused on building the political will to end extreme poverty and child poverty locally.

Students for Literacy

Students for Literacy work in conjunction with community organizations to spread literacy in an array of situations and with various demographics.Literacy is an essential tool for everyday life and most often those who have difficulties are left without any aid in learning and enhancing their skills. The purpose for Students For Literacy is to promote and encourage literacy in the lives of people, primarily children, who struggle with reading or... Read More →

Health and Wellness Movement

We, the Health and Wellness Movement, aim to steer campus towards healthier eating, better stress management and ultimately healthier living. A number of student-driven initiatives are continuously being spearheaded. These include weekly free fitness classes, positive self-image campaigns, drop-in yoga classes organized between classes, and de-stressing events such as our monthly paint nights. We also organize a campus-wide Health Week in March... Read More →

Brain Awareness Movement

The Brain Awareness Movement (BAM) is a student organized, non-profit group at the University of Alberta. The primary goal of BAM is to inspire and interest students to value their brain, to promote public awareness for brain injuries and to build a better community for people who have suffered from brain injuries. BAM is an organization founded on the principles of education, advocacy and support. The Education Program, in particular, aims to... Read More →

Therapeutic Music

Therapeutic Music is a group of musically motivated young people who share their talents by playing in nursing homes in Edmonton, with a focus on reaching out to residents with dementia.

UAlberta Pro-Life

As a club, UAlberta Pro-Life seeks to advocate against the injustice of abortion and promote a culture of life within the greater university community. We host regular on-campus meetings and apologetics workshops, in addition to running frequent activism projects throughout the school year. If you want to help us take a stand against abortion, or if you just want to become more educated on the issue of abortion, come check us out!

University of Alberta First Aid Responders

The University of Alberta First Aid Responders seeks to promote first aid training throughout the student body, as well as provide first aid coverage by student volunteers trained in standard first aid at campus events. Through bi-weekly refresher sessions, we continually practice our first aid skills to ensure that volunteers are always prepared for any eventuality. We also offer standard first aid classes at a reduced cost 2-3 times per year... Read More →

Chinese International Students Development Society

A group hope to provide opportunities for common development between Chinese international students and Canadian society

The Last Alliance: University of Alberta Tolkien Society

The Last Alliance is a group dedicated to celebrating all of Tolkien's works as well as fostering a welcoming community for students to meet new people. We do this through weekly book studies, as well as social events like games nights, writer's groups, hikes, and talent nights.

Golden Key International Honours Society

Individuals who are in the top 15% of their faculty will receive a letter of invitation to join. Golden Key prides itself on three pillars of success: Service, Academics and Leadership, all of which we strive to fulfill each year. Flexible time commitments allow members to get the most out of their fundraising, networking and leadership and community building involvement. Have a great idea for something you would like to see on campus? Golden Key... Read More →

Sahaja Yoga Society

"Sahaja Yoga Society offers free meditation classes to everyone, based on Sahaja Yoga meditation techniques. This | practice helps to relieve stress, anxiety, irritability and depression, thus providing inner peace and physical, mental and emotional balance in | our lives. As each individual becomes more balanced, peaceful and compassionate, society as a whole will also | benefit and improve. Today, | millions of people, adults and children... Read More →

Relaxation Superstation

The Relaxation Superstition is dedicated to improving mental health through out the year, and fight the stress that university can provide. We do this by promoting a relaxing and positive atmosphere through the simple means of massages, tea, stress balls and good company. We are always looking for new creative ways to lighten up your day.


Campus UNICEF is a student group at the University of Alberta that represents UNICEF Canada. While we come from different backgrounds and academic focuses, we all share a common desire to help build a world which respects and protects the universal human rights of every child. Our mission is to mobilize and empower individuals to invest in the positive transformation of every child’s future, and we strive to support children on both a local... Read More →

Friday September 4, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

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