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Monday, August 31
 

08:00

Free Pancake Breakfast!
Come join us in CCIS Quad (North end of Main Quad) for free pancakes between 8-9:45AM!

Organizers
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University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 08:00 - 09:45
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

09:00

New Student Orientation - Campus Saint Jean
Orientation is the way to start your first year at UAlberta right! With informative and interesting presentations on student life, campus tours, and the promise of making new friends, Orientation will be a day well spent on your new campus. 

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University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 09:00 - 17:00
Campus Saint Jean 8406 Marie-Anne-Gaboury Street (91 St) Edmonton, Alberta T6C 4G9 Canada

10:00

New Student Orientation
Orientation is the way to start your first year at UAlberta right! With informative and interesting presentations on student life, campus tours, and the promise of making new friends, Orientation will be a day well spent on your new campus.

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 10:00 - 15:30
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:30

Science - Transfer Student Faculty Information Session
Designed for students who are coming to UAlberta from another university, or from a few years away from school, this session will give new UAlberta students an insight into their faculty from many different perspectives!

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University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

15:30

Agriculture, Life & Environmental Sciences - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
TBA

15:30

Arts - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
Tory Lecture Theatre

15:30

Education - After Degree Faculty Information Session
Designed for students who are coming to UAlberta from another university, or from a few years away from school, this session will give new UAlberta students an insight into their faculty from many different perspectives!

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
TBA

15:30

Education - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
ED N2 115

15:30

Engineering - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
Myer Horowitz Theatre

15:30

Native Studies - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
TBA

15:30

Nursing - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
TBA

15:30

Physical Education & Recreation - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Monday August 31, 2015 15:30 - 17:00
CCIS 1 160

15:30

Science - Faculty Information Session
This informative presentation will give new UAlberta students the ability to learn about regulations, services, and representation available to them within their new faculty! 

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

18:45

President's Address
At the end of Orientation is one of the most amazing events of the year. Our annual capstone event has many speakers including the President of the University of Alberta, the President of the University of Alberta Students' Union, and more. Students new and experienced come together to celebrate the green and gold in a truly spectacular fashion that will light up Hawrelak park! Definitely not to be missed!

Organizers
avatar for University of Alberta Orientation

University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Speakers
MP

Mary Pat Barry

President of the Alumni Association
NK

Navneet Khinda

President of the University of Alberta Students' Union
DM

Dave Mowat

President of ATB Financial
DD

Dr. David Turpin

President of the University of Alberta

Sponsors

Monday August 31, 2015 18:45 - 20:15
Heritage Amphitheatre, Hawrelak Park
 
Tuesday, September 1
 

08:00

Free Pancake Breakfast
UASUevents presents
Week of Welcome 2015
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Start your day of right with a free pancake breakfast in on the south CCIS Patio, right by the WOW Village. Pancake service starts at 8am and continues until we're out of pancakes!

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Tuesday September 1, 2015 08:00 - 10:30
CCIS Patio

10:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Morning [General Interest]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
BA

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.
RC

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.
SF

Students for Wishes University of Alberta

Students for Wishes University of Alberta is a dedicated student volunteer executive aligned with Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta. SFW raises awareness and funds for MAWNA within the campus community and gives students the opportunity to become engaged philanthropically in their community and gain valuable work and team experience. All proceeds raised by these initiatives go directly to Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta to grant wishes of children living... Read More →
HA

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association aims to fundraise and to promote cardiovascular health awareness for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. Numerous leadership and volunteering opportunities are available!
CF

Centre for Autism Students' Association

We will be promoting awareness on Autism spectrum disorder, and providing students with information on our student group. There will be a display board with information on who we are, what we do, our vision, and some information about Autism spectrum disorder. There will also be treats (candy) for the students.
CS

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 →
SI

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 →
YS

YMCA Strong Kids University of Alberta Students Association

"Hello fellow students, | If you are looking for ways to meet new friends, get involved with the community and make an influence on an international scale the YMCA Strong Kids International Students Association is a great club for you. We raise money for the YMCA program in Bogota, Colombia while providing fun and interactive service learning opportunities for our student members. We offer lots of ways to get involved, flexible hours of... Read More →
SF

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 →
UO

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 →
CN

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Youth Committee

"The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) Youth Committee works in association with CNIB to provide Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with the support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want. | | The CNIB Youth Committee supports the purposes of CNIB by raising awareness for vision health, conducting fundraisers, and volunteering in various CNIB events and programs, such... Read More →
BC

Breast Cancer Foundation - Youth Action Committee

The mission of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Youth Action Committee is to raise awareness about breast cancer to students, teachers, and others at the University of Alberta and to hold hold super fun fundraising events to raise money for breast cancer research and treatment in Canada.
SY

Stollery Youth Committee

The Stollery Youth Committee is a volunteer group on campus which organizes various campus events such as open mic nights and zombie runs in order to raise awareness and funds for the Stollery Foundation. We also volunteer in the community at Foundation events and in the Stollery hospital on the Child Life ward!
DD

Dev Dutta

Founder and Co-President, Arts For YoungSTARS
I'm a Biological Sciences major and Psychology minor in my 5th year at the University of Alberta. I have had the privilege of growing up in almost 10 cities or towns as my family moved around in Canada and in India. Having pursued art in high-school and later as a form of hobby, art and science helped me de-stress and explore myself. In university, I founded Arts For YoungSTARS to use art to positively and practically impact our communities.
ME

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 →
UO

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.
MP

Make Poverty History

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

Student Umbrella for Social Justice

"The mission of the SUSJ is to form a sustainable network for social justice groups to communicate, collaborate, and accomplish mutual goals as well as to help develop culture of social responsibility at the University of Alberta. | | In response to a noticed need on campus, the SUSJ was created as a networking and collaboration tool to bring together groups with similar goals and causes. We aim to create bridges amongst the existing social... Read More →
SF

Students for Learning

"Originally known as the Garneau Tutoring Program and founded in early 2006, Students for Learning is a University of Alberta Student Group that focuses on enhancing the quality of education throughout the community. We believe that the best way to tackle weaknesses is at the very beginning of an individuals' academic career: elementary school. Our group recruits volunteer tutors from the university and pairs them up with one child throughout the... Read More →
HA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
UO

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 →
KF

Keys for Seniors

We are Keys for Seniors, a non-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta. Our group is composed of dedicated students who hope to share our musical talents in meaningful ways by teaching seniors to play the piano. From countless studies, it is apparent that benefits of playing the piano is numerous and significant. For one, it was determined that seniors who learn to play musical instruments have higher cognitive abilities as well... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters

"We are affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters Clubs. As a community at the University of Alberta, we support this agency by conducting fundraisers and hosting events to directly raise funds to hold fun events for kids that attend these clubs and to bring a smile to their faces! | | Please like our Facebook page for updates of our events: UofA BGCBigs Club"
TL

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.
GK

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 →
TU

Team UPscience

"Our mandate is to cultivate scientific imagination, curiosity and leadership abilities of youths, especially those who are under-represented (Inner City, Rural and Aboriginal), in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing innovative hands-on learning, guided mentorship and interactive networking. We work with post-secondary institutions and community science groups to centralize resources and build... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Morning [Greek]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
avatar for Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Morning [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
CB

Canadian Biomaterials Society-Alberta student chapter (CBS-ASC)

The Alberta Student Chapter (ASC) of the Canadian Biomaterials Society (CBS) is a sub-group of CBS which is mainly located in Edmonton, AB. This group is an incorporated, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of biomaterials science, technology, and education in universities, industry, and government within Alberta. CBS-ASC has a long-standing dedication to undergraduate and graduate biomaterials education and has many... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Dental Society (UAPDS)

"The Univeristy of Alberta Pre-Dental Society (UAPDS) is comprised of undergraduate students sharing a collective goal of applying to dentistry. | | The UAPDS offers regular meetings and events that provide its members the opportunity to gain valuable information from dental professionals (professors, practitioners, current UofA students, etc.) to share experience and advice for any student interested in dentistry. | | We aim to equip our... Read More →
EA

Ebele Anekwe

"OUR ORGANIZATION | | UA-WISE (University of Alberta Women in Science and Engineering) is a University of Alberta student group that supports women and men in underrepresented fields including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. | | We meet twice a month during the school year planning events that focus on topics such as mentorship, networking, and the challenges of working in a non-traditional field. | | For any questions... Read More →
KE

KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association

"KGK stands for “Kanpai Gambei Kombae” which are the words for ""cheers"" in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean respectively. The name represents our association’s emphasis on promoting cooperation between the students of the different branches of the East Asian Studies Department. | | KGK is a student association which aims to promote studying in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Alberta. The intention of... Read More →
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
PS

Political Science Undergraduate Association

Our student group represents all political science students at the University of Alberta. We primarily organize events to educate and facilitate interactions among our department. We also advocate for students in departmental academic meetings. At Clubs Fair we hope to increase Poli Sci students' awareness of our group.
UP

Undergraduate Psychology Association

The UPA is a student-run organization dedicated to everything related to psychology. We strive to inform students about psychology at the U of A and provide information to anyone who is currently in a psychology program or is thinking of psychology as a possible career.
UO

University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club

The University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club was established in 2010 by a group of Alberta 4-H alumni looking for a continuation of 4-H community and values. The club is registered with 4-H Alberta, receives support and funding, and collaborates on events. The club is Agriculture based as is traditional 4-H, but projects focus both on Agriculture and Education. Projects are student led without the record keeping of youth 4-H. In the past... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
AO

Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and Engineers

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
AS

Atmospheric Science Student Group

The Atmospheric Science Student Group is for students in atmospheric science and for general weather enthusiasts. We go on tours, go to conferences, and provide students with academic and volunteer opportunities.
UP

Undergraduate Physics Society

The Undergraduate Physics Society is a club for those interested in physics, whether it be through classes and school or just out of pure interest. We have multiple social events per year and a lounge to hang out which has food available. Between all the members of the club we have taken just about every physics course the University offers so please come see us if you're interested or have any questions


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Morning [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
PS

Pakistani Students' Association

We are the Pakistani Students Association. We have a wide variety of involvements on campus. For example, some include providing international Pakistani students with a platform to integrate smoothly with the UAlberta community and the city of Edmonton. Our main focus however is to host various different multicultural events throughout the year in order to present a positive image of the Pakistani culture to the rest of the UAlberta community who... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
IS

Indian Students' Association

"INDSA is a student community that helps incoming as well as current members. INDSA provides airport pickups, temporary accommodation and is well known for organizing cultural events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are also important to INDSA. | | INDSA comprises of members from various ethnic backgrounds and is not just about Indian culture. It encourages Indians and other students to mingle and learn about other cultures as that is... Read More →
TS

Taiwanese Students' Association

University of Alberta Taiwanese Students Association (UATSA) provides a place for students who have an interest in Taiwanese culture or just want to have some fun! We also assist students by providing help or information to the foreign students or those who simply want a look at Edmonton from a Taiwanese perspective.
CO

Christians on Campus

We are a campus group comprising of believers in Christ from various backgrounds. We love the Lord and endeavour to give Him the first place in all things (Colossians 1:18). We feel it is vital to have Christian companions throughout our college years, and together recover the focus of our human life, which is to enjoy God and His presence in all our different situations.
LS

Lutheran Student Movement- Edmonton Chapter

The Lutheran Student Movement provides a fun and friendly faith based community that is open to anyone! We meet on a weekly basis to share a meal, some laughs, and a group activity. Group activities include geo-caching, rock climbing, exclusive observatory tours, and many others. If you need a way to de-stress from studies, meet new people, and have a good time, the Lutheran Student Movement is for you!
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
UO

U of A Navigators

| The Navigators is a community of students from varied backgrounds who are on the journey of seeking, knowing and loving Jesus. The goal is to encourage each other to become followers of Jesus' life and teachings as we explore life together. We desire to experience and have our lives shaped by the Good News of Jesus, discover our purposes in life for the glory of God, and alert people to the kingship and goodness of Jesus Christ. Along... Read More →
CB

Campus Bible Talk

"Campus Bible Talk exists on the University of Alberta to provide students with the opportunity to connect with God through His Word and | with other students who have similar interests through discussion and recreational events."


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Morning [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

U of A Badminton Club

The U of A Badminton Club is a recreational club for players of all ages. We meet twice weekly and also host a variety of tournaments and social events throughout the year! Drop in is available for a fee. Registration is through the Recreation Services Customer Service desk in the Van Vliet Centre. Spaces are limited.
UO

U of A Squash Club

The UofA Squash Club provides an opportunity to meet and socialize with other players of all levels. We offer training on Monday nights and also offer access to the Edmonton Squash League
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Water Polo Club

The Water Polo club is a recreational club for people who love, or would love to learn the sport of water polo. We practice once a week for two hours in the West Pool, where we focus on developing skills, playing games and having fun! The club participates in at least one tournament per year in addition to a number of scrimmages with other clubs from the Edmonton area. No experience is required, but some swimming ability is necessary. Whether you... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
LC

Lacrosse Club

We will have registration as well as general information regarding our practices and tournament.
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Paddling Club

Seasoned Paddler? Never been in a kayak before? Come join our club! The UAPC lets you develop and maintain your paddling skills right here on campus! The U of A Paddling Club has been on campus since 1975 promoting whitewater kayaking. Our club caters to paddlers of all ability levels with the goal of promoting paddling sports for all members. Paddlers of all skill levels are welcome to practices and games. The ability to roll is handy but not... Read More →
OD

Orchesis Dance Group

Orchesis Dance Group welcomes everyone who wants a chance to dance. This is a non-credit dance program open to all students, alumni and members of the community with a desire to dance, choreograph and perform.
RF

Run for Support and Health

Run for Support and Health (RuSH) is a student group at the University of Alberta aimed to support and fundraise for charity through participation or organization of charitable runs, to promote general health through exercise in a fun encouraging environment and to provide an opportunity to meet and foster close friendship. The group firmly believes that a healthy body fosters healthy mind and regular exercise will help deal with the stressful... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.
UO

University of Alberta Dance Team

The University of Alberta Dance Team is a completely student run, competitive hip hop and street jazz team with tryouts being held in early September.


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

WOW Village: Clubs | Services | Games & Giveaways | Handbook Pickup
WOW Village should be your first stop coming to campus during the first week of school. Pick up your handbook, check out the clubs fair and services on campus, get tickets to our evening events, or play games for prizes - WOW Village has it all.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Tuesday September 1, 2015 10:00 - 16:00
CCIS Quad

11:00

WOW MainStage: Beer Gardens Open
Come out to our annual WOW MainStage in Quad for some great entertainment and the best way to kick off your school year!

Live entertainment starts at 3:00 PM. Schedule to be announced soon.

18+ | Valid ID and OneCard required
UofA Students, Staff & Alumni

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For a list of all Week of Welcome activities, click here: https://www.facebook.com/uasuevents/events

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Tuesday September 1, 2015 11:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

12:50

Clubs Fair [Break]
At this time, groups will be changing over. Please note that the Clubs Fair tents will be closed to students at this time, to allow for transition. The tents will re-open at 1:00PM.  Thank you.

Tuesday September 1, 2015 12:50 - 13:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Afternoon [General Interest]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
S

SeniorCare

SeniorCare is dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors through our various projects and events.
V

VIDA

"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 →
BA

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.
RC

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.
SF

Students for Wishes University of Alberta

Students for Wishes University of Alberta is a dedicated student volunteer executive aligned with Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta. SFW raises awareness and funds for MAWNA within the campus community and gives students the opportunity to become engaged philanthropically in their community and gain valuable work and team experience. All proceeds raised by these initiatives go directly to Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta to grant wishes of children living... Read More →
TI

The iCare Initiative University of Alberta

"The goal of iCare Initiative University of Alberta (ICIUA) is to help improve general health education in Edmonton’s inner city elementary schools, with a special emphasis placed on vision care. ICIUA works through 3 different angles: educate, screen, and fundraise. | | Every month, we take a team of 12-14 volunteers into a local inner city elementary school. There, we give a very basic presentation on general health concepts (proper... Read More →
HA

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association aims to fundraise and to promote cardiovascular health awareness for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. Numerous leadership and volunteering opportunities are available!
CF

Centre for Autism Students' Association

We will be promoting awareness on Autism spectrum disorder, and providing students with information on our student group. There will be a display board with information on who we are, what we do, our vision, and some information about Autism spectrum disorder. There will also be treats (candy) for the students.
CS

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 →
SF

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 →
PB

Pranidhi Baddam

The University of Alberta Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research group's mission is to raise awareness and funds towards HIV Infection and AIDS research. Our fundraising efforts include Chuck-a-puck, bake sales and formal dinners. Our awareness campaigns include professional development days, World AIDS week activities and research symposiums. Our student group also provides research opportunities, reference letters and volunteer appreciation... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Kin Campus Club

Our purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to meet new people, develop event planning skills and give back to the community as a whole. The intent of the club is to provide a substantial networking opportunity as our parent organization spans the width of the country, and includes individuals from all walks of life. Kin is a family connected by a common purpose to make a difference in not only the lives of the general public, but... Read More →
CN

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Youth Committee

"The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) Youth Committee works in association with CNIB to provide Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with the support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want. | | The CNIB Youth Committee supports the purposes of CNIB by raising awareness for vision health, conducting fundraisers, and volunteering in various CNIB events and programs, such... Read More →
BC

Breast Cancer Foundation - Youth Action Committee

The mission of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Youth Action Committee is to raise awareness about breast cancer to students, teachers, and others at the University of Alberta and to hold hold super fun fundraising events to raise money for breast cancer research and treatment in Canada.
SH

Student Health Committee

From basic networking to sustainable collaboration, the Student Health Committee acts as an umbrella, under which health-related student groups can meet regularly to work together towards common goals; implement larger changes to benefit our campus.
SY

Stollery Youth Committee

The Stollery Youth Committee is a volunteer group on campus which organizes various campus events such as open mic nights and zombie runs in order to raise awareness and funds for the Stollery Foundation. We also volunteer in the community at Foundation events and in the Stollery hospital on the Child Life ward!
DD

Dev Dutta

Founder and Co-President, Arts For YoungSTARS
I'm a Biological Sciences major and Psychology minor in my 5th year at the University of Alberta. I have had the privilege of growing up in almost 10 cities or towns as my family moved around in Canada and in India. Having pursued art in high-school and later as a form of hobby, art and science helped me de-stress and explore myself. In university, I founded Arts For YoungSTARS to use art to positively and practically impact our communities.
ME

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 →
UO

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.
FD

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.
SU

Student Umbrella for Social Justice

"The mission of the SUSJ is to form a sustainable network for social justice groups to communicate, collaborate, and accomplish mutual goals as well as to help develop culture of social responsibility at the University of Alberta. | | In response to a noticed need on campus, the SUSJ was created as a networking and collaboration tool to bring together groups with similar goals and causes. We aim to create bridges amongst the existing social... Read More →
SF

Students for Learning

"Originally known as the Garneau Tutoring Program and founded in early 2006, Students for Learning is a University of Alberta Student Group that focuses on enhancing the quality of education throughout the community. We believe that the best way to tackle weaknesses is at the very beginning of an individuals' academic career: elementary school. Our group recruits volunteer tutors from the university and pairs them up with one child throughout the... Read More →
SF

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 →
HA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
HO

Heart of the City Music Program

The Heart of the City Music Program is a not-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta that provides free music lessons to at-risk children and youth in Edmonton who would otherwise not be able to afford them. Our program currently operates in 11 elementary schools throughout the city as well as at the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre and reaches over 100 inner city children and youth each year. Volunteers are post-secondary... Read More →
UO

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 →
KF

Keys for Seniors

We are Keys for Seniors, a non-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta. Our group is composed of dedicated students who hope to share our musical talents in meaningful ways by teaching seniors to play the piano. From countless studies, it is apparent that benefits of playing the piano is numerous and significant. For one, it was determined that seniors who learn to play musical instruments have higher cognitive abilities as well... Read More →
TL

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.
GK

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 →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Afternoon [Greek]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Afternoon [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
EA

Ebele Anekwe

"OUR ORGANIZATION | | UA-WISE (University of Alberta Women in Science and Engineering) is a University of Alberta student group that supports women and men in underrepresented fields including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. | | We meet twice a month during the school year planning events that focus on topics such as mentorship, networking, and the challenges of working in a non-traditional field. | | For any questions... Read More →
IC

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association is a student association which provides students from all faculties with information of consulting. We help students to enhance their consulting skills, problem sloving skills through bi-weekly sessions, case competitons, etc. Also, we promote consulting provides networking events to help students to build relationships with consulting professionals.
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
PS

Political Science Undergraduate Association

Our student group represents all political science students at the University of Alberta. We primarily organize events to educate and facilitate interactions among our department. We also advocate for students in departmental academic meetings. At Clubs Fair we hope to increase Poli Sci students' awareness of our group.
SS

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be exposed to advanced engineering topics to enlighten your future education and career. Previous projects have included: laser harp, LED chessboard, laser maze and a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
AO

Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and Engineers

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Aerial Robotics Group

"UAARG is a student group that designs, builds, and flies Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). These are typically of similar size to radio controlled model airplanes, and are designed for international competitions, where we fly our UAVs autonomously and take images of a ground area. We welcome students interested in robotics, planes, R/C toys, imaging, electronics, and computer programming to join our group. | | Find out more about us at our... Read More →
UP

Undergraduate Physics Society

The Undergraduate Physics Society is a club for those interested in physics, whether it be through classes and school or just out of pure interest. We have multiple social events per year and a lounge to hang out which has food available. Between all the members of the club we have taken just about every physics course the University offers so please come see us if you're interested or have any questions
OO

Organization of Botany Students

The Organization of Botany Students (OBS) is an undergraduate and graduate student group within the Department of Biological Sciences within the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta. Its focus is plant biology, botany, and all fields of plant study and interests.


Tuesday September 1, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Afternoon [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
PS

Pakistani Students' Association

We are the Pakistani Students Association. We have a wide variety of involvements on campus. For example, some include providing international Pakistani students with a platform to integrate smoothly with the UAlberta community and the city of Edmonton. Our main focus however is to host various different multicultural events throughout the year in order to present a positive image of the Pakistani culture to the rest of the UAlberta community who... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
NS

Nigerian Students Association

"Welcome to the Nigerian Student Association | University of Alberta (NSAUOFA). Nsauofa was formed in the Fall of 2010 by focus driven Nigerian students who wanted to form a vibrant forum and maintain a strong sense of solidarity among current and prospective Nigerian students at the University of Alberta. We exist to facilitate intercultural understanding between our members and other students at the University of Alberta including our host... Read More →
IS

Indian Students' Association

"INDSA is a student community that helps incoming as well as current members. INDSA provides airport pickups, temporary accommodation and is well known for organizing cultural events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are also important to INDSA. | | INDSA comprises of members from various ethnic backgrounds and is not just about Indian culture. It encourages Indians and other students to mingle and learn about other cultures as that is... Read More →
TS

Taiwanese Students' Association

University of Alberta Taiwanese Students Association (UATSA) provides a place for students who have an interest in Taiwanese culture or just want to have some fun! We also assist students by providing help or information to the foreign students or those who simply want a look at Edmonton from a Taiwanese perspective.
CO

Christians on Campus

We are a campus group comprising of believers in Christ from various backgrounds. We love the Lord and endeavour to give Him the first place in all things (Colossians 1:18). We feel it is vital to have Christian companions throughout our college years, and together recover the focus of our human life, which is to enjoy God and His presence in all our different situations.
LS

Lutheran Student Movement- Edmonton Chapter

The Lutheran Student Movement provides a fun and friendly faith based community that is open to anyone! We meet on a weekly basis to share a meal, some laughs, and a group activity. Group activities include geo-caching, rock climbing, exclusive observatory tours, and many others. If you need a way to de-stress from studies, meet new people, and have a good time, the Lutheran Student Movement is for you!
EK

Edmonton Korean First Presbyterian Church

Our service is directed towards the youth and young adults who are wanting to take part in worship and hear God's Word in English, this includes ethnic Koreans who speak English and want to attend the same church as their family. Our service is not a cultural binding service - any English speaking individual is a welcomed guest! We also have weekly events to take part in for a deeper level of community and discipleship. Our purpose is to be a... Read More →
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
CB

Campus Bible Talk

"Campus Bible Talk exists on the University of Alberta to provide students with the opportunity to connect with God through His Word and | with other students who have similar interests through discussion and recreational events."


Tuesday September 1, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Tuesday Afternoon [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

U of A Badminton Club

The U of A Badminton Club is a recreational club for players of all ages. We meet twice weekly and also host a variety of tournaments and social events throughout the year! Drop in is available for a fee. Registration is through the Recreation Services Customer Service desk in the Van Vliet Centre. Spaces are limited.
UO

U of A Squash Club

The UofA Squash Club provides an opportunity to meet and socialize with other players of all levels. We offer training on Monday nights and also offer access to the Edmonton Squash League
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Swim Club

The University of Alberta Swim Club (UASC) provides an opportunity for students to stay active, improve their swimming skills, and meet like-minded people on campus in a casual setting. The club will provide regularly scheduled pool time in the University of Alberta Aquatic Centre on a weekly basis. Membership is open to all intermediate and advanced swimmers, and practices will be led by certified instructors.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
LC

Lacrosse Club

We will have registration as well as general information regarding our practices and tournament.
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
OD

Orchesis Dance Group

Orchesis Dance Group welcomes everyone who wants a chance to dance. This is a non-credit dance program open to all students, alumni and members of the community with a desire to dance, choreograph and perform.
RF

Run for Support and Health

Run for Support and Health (RuSH) is a student group at the University of Alberta aimed to support and fundraise for charity through participation or organization of charitable runs, to promote general health through exercise in a fun encouraging environment and to provide an opportunity to meet and foster close friendship. The group firmly believes that a healthy body fosters healthy mind and regular exercise will help deal with the stressful... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.
UO

University of Alberta Dance Team

The University of Alberta Dance Team is a completely student run, competitive hip hop and street jazz team with tryouts being held in early September.
PA

Play Around the World

"Play Around the World (PAW) is a service learning course offered by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. | | The program selects and prepares U of A students for a 3 month placement in either Asia (Cambodia or Thailand) or Canada (Fort Providence, Northwest Territories). PAW offers students an opportunity to develop a sense of global awareness and citizenry, through collaboration with various schools, orphanages, community based... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

15:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Doug Hoyer
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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Doug Hoyer

Doug Hoyer wouldn’t necessarily describe himself as cool. (“I’m just fellow who wants to sing you his songs!” he jokes.) And frankly, that’s part of the appeal. A musician with his fingers on the frets and his heart on his sleeve (yes, life, love, and friendship all make appearances in his tunes), the Canadian singer/songwriter traffics in sincerity, his lush pop often recalling the best of Jens Lekman, Sufjan... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 15:00 - 15:45
Main Quad

16:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Jocelyn Alice
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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Jocelyn Alice

Jocelyn Alice is a Canadian singer and songwriter with a fiercely powerful voice, heartfelt lyrics, and magnetic style influenced by her favourites such as Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Lorde. She is known for her flawless vocal control and extraordinary range of diverse pitches. Jocelyn’s debut single, the 2015 summer hit ‘Jackpot’, has reached the top 20 on multiple Canadian commercial radio charts including #18 Mediabase AC... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 16:00 - 16:45
Main Quad

17:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Five Alarm Funk
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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Five Alarm Funk

Hot, sweaty dance floors with feet stomping and every body moving. Grooves for days. Monster horns and shredding psych-rock guitars. Oh, and giant killer robots. Let’s not forget about those. These are among the elements that make up the Five Alarm Funk experience. The Vancouver-based band is nine men strong and over a decade deep into a career that has seen it release five acclaimed albums and burn up stages across the country on four... Read More →


Tuesday September 1, 2015 17:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

17:00

Computer Science - Departmental Information Session
Organizers
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University of Alberta Orientation

Orientation is a great opportunity to learn about your new school from academic, administrative and social perspectives. You'll make new friends as you integrate into campus life. We have great presentations, tours and activities lined up for you to learn about all of the things transitioning to your new campus will involve! Orientation 2015 will take place on Monday August 31st, 2015, so save the date! Welcome to the University of... Read More →

Tuesday September 1, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
CCIS Quad

17:30

Free Movie Night - Mad Max: Fury Road
In a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, two rebels just might be able to restore order: Max, a man of action and of few words, and Furiosa, a woman of action who is looking to make it back to her childhood homeland.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Tuesday September 1, 2015 17:30 - 20:00
Horowitz Theatre

18:00

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Ticket Sales End
Tuesday September 1, 2015 18:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:30

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Closed
Tuesday September 1, 2015 18:30 - 18:30
Main Quad
 
Wednesday, September 2
 

08:00

Free Pancake Breakfast
UASUevents presents
Week of Welcome 2015
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Start your day of right with a free pancake breakfast in on the south CCIS Patio, right by the WOW Village. Pancake service starts at 8am and continues until we're out of pancakes!

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Wednesday September 2, 2015 08:00 - 10:30
CCIS Patio

10:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [General Interest]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
Z

ZooManiacs

The ZooManiacs’ main goal is to bring together a community of students interested in zoology at the University of Alberta. The club organizes activities related to zoology in order to enrich students’ experiences. Such activities include volunteering opportunities, networking with peers and professionals, presentations by guests in the field, and organized outings to museums, zoos and parks where students can appreciate zoology at its... Read More →
BA

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.
RC

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.
SF

Students for Wishes University of Alberta

Students for Wishes University of Alberta is a dedicated student volunteer executive aligned with Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta. SFW raises awareness and funds for MAWNA within the campus community and gives students the opportunity to become engaged philanthropically in their community and gain valuable work and team experience. All proceeds raised by these initiatives go directly to Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta to grant wishes of children living... Read More →
TI

The iCare Initiative University of Alberta

"The goal of iCare Initiative University of Alberta (ICIUA) is to help improve general health education in Edmonton’s inner city elementary schools, with a special emphasis placed on vision care. ICIUA works through 3 different angles: educate, screen, and fundraise. | | Every month, we take a team of 12-14 volunteers into a local inner city elementary school. There, we give a very basic presentation on general health concepts (proper... Read More →
HA

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association aims to fundraise and to promote cardiovascular health awareness for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. Numerous leadership and volunteering opportunities are available!
CF

Centre for Autism Students' Association

We will be promoting awareness on Autism spectrum disorder, and providing students with information on our student group. There will be a display board with information on who we are, what we do, our vision, and some information about Autism spectrum disorder. There will also be treats (candy) for the students.
CS

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 →
SI

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 →
YS

YMCA Strong Kids University of Alberta Students Association

"Hello fellow students, | If you are looking for ways to meet new friends, get involved with the community and make an influence on an international scale the YMCA Strong Kids International Students Association is a great club for you. We raise money for the YMCA program in Bogota, Colombia while providing fun and interactive service learning opportunities for our student members. We offer lots of ways to get involved, flexible hours of... Read More →
PB

Pranidhi Baddam

The University of Alberta Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research group's mission is to raise awareness and funds towards HIV Infection and AIDS research. Our fundraising efforts include Chuck-a-puck, bake sales and formal dinners. Our awareness campaigns include professional development days, World AIDS week activities and research symposiums. Our student group also provides research opportunities, reference letters and volunteer appreciation... Read More →
FT

Free the Children

First? We pick a nation. Second? We pick a project. Each year, Free the Children takes on a community issue in a third world nation and aims to meet a target amount in order to successfully accomplish the project. Funds are raised through various student-run fundraisers and advocacy events, including our Annual Frost Gala Event. Free the Children requires low commitment, just a drive to make a positive change in the lives of others and achieve... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Kin Campus Club

Our purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to meet new people, develop event planning skills and give back to the community as a whole. The intent of the club is to provide a substantial networking opportunity as our parent organization spans the width of the country, and includes individuals from all walks of life. Kin is a family connected by a common purpose to make a difference in not only the lives of the general public, but... Read More →
CN

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Youth Committee

"The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) Youth Committee works in association with CNIB to provide Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with the support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want. | | The CNIB Youth Committee supports the purposes of CNIB by raising awareness for vision health, conducting fundraisers, and volunteering in various CNIB events and programs, such... Read More →
BC

Breast Cancer Foundation - Youth Action Committee

The mission of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Youth Action Committee is to raise awareness about breast cancer to students, teachers, and others at the University of Alberta and to hold hold super fun fundraising events to raise money for breast cancer research and treatment in Canada.
SY

Stollery Youth Committee

The Stollery Youth Committee is a volunteer group on campus which organizes various campus events such as open mic nights and zombie runs in order to raise awareness and funds for the Stollery Foundation. We also volunteer in the community at Foundation events and in the Stollery hospital on the Child Life ward!
DD

Dev Dutta

Founder and Co-President, Arts For YoungSTARS
I'm a Biological Sciences major and Psychology minor in my 5th year at the University of Alberta. I have had the privilege of growing up in almost 10 cities or towns as my family moved around in Canada and in India. Having pursued art in high-school and later as a form of hobby, art and science helped me de-stress and explore myself. In university, I founded Arts For YoungSTARS to use art to positively and practically impact our communities.
ME

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 →
LF

Lazy Faire

Originally a magazine for business students, providng interview tips, networking skills, and leadership advice. Now we have moved into the general student body proving the same blogs and articles.
UO

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.
SU

Student Umbrella for Social Justice

"The mission of the SUSJ is to form a sustainable network for social justice groups to communicate, collaborate, and accomplish mutual goals as well as to help develop culture of social responsibility at the University of Alberta. | | In response to a noticed need on campus, the SUSJ was created as a networking and collaboration tool to bring together groups with similar goals and causes. We aim to create bridges amongst the existing social... Read More →
SF

Students for Learning

"Originally known as the Garneau Tutoring Program and founded in early 2006, Students for Learning is a University of Alberta Student Group that focuses on enhancing the quality of education throughout the community. We believe that the best way to tackle weaknesses is at the very beginning of an individuals' academic career: elementary school. Our group recruits volunteer tutors from the university and pairs them up with one child throughout the... Read More →
HA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
UO

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 →
TL

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.
GK

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 →
HH

Helping Hands for Homeless Youth

Helping hands for homeless youth is a new initiative that aims to raise awareness and funding for at risk youth around the community. In recent years the prevalence of youth homelessness has increased significantly and youth shelters are struggling to meet the needs of many youth. With this student group we will be working with an Edmonton youth shelter to raise donations through various events throughout the year. If you are looking for a way... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [Greek]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
SS

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be exposed to advanced engineering topics to enlighten your future education and career. Previous projects have included: laser harp, LED chessboard, laser maze and a... Read More →
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
CA

Ceres Alberta Women's Fraternity

Ceres is a women's fraternity (sisterhood) for women with an appreciation for agriculture.
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
EA

Ebele Anekwe

"OUR ORGANIZATION | | UA-WISE (University of Alberta Women in Science and Engineering) is a University of Alberta student group that supports women and men in underrepresented fields including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. | | We meet twice a month during the school year planning events that focus on topics such as mentorship, networking, and the challenges of working in a non-traditional field. | | For any questions... Read More →
IC

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association is a student association which provides students from all faculties with information of consulting. We help students to enhance their consulting skills, problem sloving skills through bi-weekly sessions, case competitons, etc. Also, we promote consulting provides networking events to help students to build relationships with consulting professionals.
KE

KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association

"KGK stands for “Kanpai Gambei Kombae” which are the words for ""cheers"" in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean respectively. The name represents our association’s emphasis on promoting cooperation between the students of the different branches of the East Asian Studies Department. | | KGK is a student association which aims to promote studying in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Alberta. The intention of... Read More →
CS

Chemistry Students' Association

The Chemistry Students’ Association works to bridge the gap between chemistry undergraduates and resources at the U of A. We host a variety of events throughout the year to help students make connections with industry, faculty and research. Come see us for advice or information on events involving chemistry!
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
PS

Political Science Undergraduate Association

Our student group represents all political science students at the University of Alberta. We primarily organize events to educate and facilitate interactions among our department. We also advocate for students in departmental academic meetings. At Clubs Fair we hope to increase Poli Sci students' awareness of our group.
UO

University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club

The University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club was established in 2010 by a group of Alberta 4-H alumni looking for a continuation of 4-H community and values. The club is registered with 4-H Alberta, receives support and funding, and collaborates on events. The club is Agriculture based as is traditional 4-H, but projects focus both on Agriculture and Education. Projects are student led without the record keeping of youth 4-H. In the past... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
UL

Undergraduate Linguistics Club

The ULC is a group for students who share an interest in language or linguistics, or who just want to meet other people! We also operate a Helpdesk for 100-200 level Linguistics classes. The club is open to students from any faculty, so please feel free to come say hello!
AO

Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and Engineers

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
AS

Atmospheric Science Student Group

The Atmospheric Science Student Group is for students in atmospheric science and for general weather enthusiasts. We go on tours, go to conferences, and provide students with academic and volunteer opportunities.
OO

Organization of Botany Students

The Organization of Botany Students (OBS) is an undergraduate and graduate student group within the Department of Biological Sciences within the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta. Its focus is plant biology, botany, and all fields of plant study and interests.


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
PS

Pakistani Students' Association

We are the Pakistani Students Association. We have a wide variety of involvements on campus. For example, some include providing international Pakistani students with a platform to integrate smoothly with the UAlberta community and the city of Edmonton. Our main focus however is to host various different multicultural events throughout the year in order to present a positive image of the Pakistani culture to the rest of the UAlberta community who... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
IS

Indian Students' Association

"INDSA is a student community that helps incoming as well as current members. INDSA provides airport pickups, temporary accommodation and is well known for organizing cultural events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are also important to INDSA. | | INDSA comprises of members from various ethnic backgrounds and is not just about Indian culture. It encourages Indians and other students to mingle and learn about other cultures as that is... Read More →
TS

Taiwanese Students' Association

University of Alberta Taiwanese Students Association (UATSA) provides a place for students who have an interest in Taiwanese culture or just want to have some fun! We also assist students by providing help or information to the foreign students or those who simply want a look at Edmonton from a Taiwanese perspective.
CO

Christians on Campus

We are a campus group comprising of believers in Christ from various backgrounds. We love the Lord and endeavour to give Him the first place in all things (Colossians 1:18). We feel it is vital to have Christian companions throughout our college years, and together recover the focus of our human life, which is to enjoy God and His presence in all our different situations.
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
CB

Campus Bible Talk

"Campus Bible Talk exists on the University of Alberta to provide students with the opportunity to connect with God through His Word and | with other students who have similar interests through discussion and recreational events."


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

U of A Badminton Club

The U of A Badminton Club is a recreational club for players of all ages. We meet twice weekly and also host a variety of tournaments and social events throughout the year! Drop in is available for a fee. Registration is through the Recreation Services Customer Service desk in the Van Vliet Centre. Spaces are limited.
UO

U of A Squash Club

The UofA Squash Club provides an opportunity to meet and socialize with other players of all levels. We offer training on Monday nights and also offer access to the Edmonton Squash League
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Swim Club

The University of Alberta Swim Club (UASC) provides an opportunity for students to stay active, improve their swimming skills, and meet like-minded people on campus in a casual setting. The club will provide regularly scheduled pool time in the University of Alberta Aquatic Centre on a weekly basis. Membership is open to all intermediate and advanced swimmers, and practices will be led by certified instructors.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
LC

Lacrosse Club

We will have registration as well as general information regarding our practices and tournament.
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
OD

Orchesis Dance Group

Orchesis Dance Group welcomes everyone who wants a chance to dance. This is a non-credit dance program open to all students, alumni and members of the community with a desire to dance, choreograph and perform.
RF

Run for Support and Health

Run for Support and Health (RuSH) is a student group at the University of Alberta aimed to support and fundraise for charity through participation or organization of charitable runs, to promote general health through exercise in a fun encouraging environment and to provide an opportunity to meet and foster close friendship. The group firmly believes that a healthy body fosters healthy mind and regular exercise will help deal with the stressful... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.
UO

University of Alberta Dance Team

The University of Alberta Dance Team is a completely student run, competitive hip hop and street jazz team with tryouts being held in early September.
PA

Play Around the World

"Play Around the World (PAW) is a service learning course offered by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. | | The program selects and prepares U of A students for a 3 month placement in either Asia (Cambodia or Thailand) or Canada (Fort Providence, Northwest Territories). PAW offers students an opportunity to develop a sense of global awareness and citizenry, through collaboration with various schools, orphanages, community based... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

WOW Village: Clubs | Services | Games & Giveaways | Handbook Pickup
WOW Village should be your first stop coming to campus during the first week of school. Pick up your handbook, check out the clubs fair and services on campus, get tickets to our evening events, or play games for prizes - WOW Village has it all.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 16:00
CCIS Quad

11:00

WOW MainStage: Beer Gardens Open
Come out to our annual WOW MainStage in Quad for some great entertainment and the best way to kick off your school year!

Live entertainment starts at 3:00 PM. Schedule to be announced soon.

18+ | Valid ID and OneCard required
UofA Students, Staff & Alumni

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For a list of all Week of Welcome activities, click here: https://www.facebook.com/uasuevents/events

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Wednesday September 2, 2015 11:00 - 18:30
Main Quad

12:50

Clubs Fair [Break]
At this time, groups will be changing over. Please note that the Clubs Fair tents will be closed to students at this time, to allow for transition. The tents will re-open at 1:00PM.  Thank you.

Wednesday September 2, 2015 12:50 - 13:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Afternoon [General Interest]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
S

SeniorCare

SeniorCare is dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors through our various projects and events.
Z

ZooManiacs

The ZooManiacs’ main goal is to bring together a community of students interested in zoology at the University of Alberta. The club organizes activities related to zoology in order to enrich students’ experiences. Such activities include volunteering opportunities, networking with peers and professionals, presentations by guests in the field, and organized outings to museums, zoos and parks where students can appreciate zoology at its... Read More →
BA

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.
RC

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.
SF

Students for Wishes University of Alberta

Students for Wishes University of Alberta is a dedicated student volunteer executive aligned with Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta. SFW raises awareness and funds for MAWNA within the campus community and gives students the opportunity to become engaged philanthropically in their community and gain valuable work and team experience. All proceeds raised by these initiatives go directly to Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta to grant wishes of children living... Read More →
TI

The iCare Initiative University of Alberta

"The goal of iCare Initiative University of Alberta (ICIUA) is to help improve general health education in Edmonton’s inner city elementary schools, with a special emphasis placed on vision care. ICIUA works through 3 different angles: educate, screen, and fundraise. | | Every month, we take a team of 12-14 volunteers into a local inner city elementary school. There, we give a very basic presentation on general health concepts (proper... Read More →
HA

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association

Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association aims to fundraise and to promote cardiovascular health awareness for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Alberta. Numerous leadership and volunteering opportunities are available!
CF

Centre for Autism Students' Association

We will be promoting awareness on Autism spectrum disorder, and providing students with information on our student group. There will be a display board with information on who we are, what we do, our vision, and some information about Autism spectrum disorder. There will also be treats (candy) for the students.
CS

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 →
SI

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 →
PB

Pranidhi Baddam

The University of Alberta Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research group's mission is to raise awareness and funds towards HIV Infection and AIDS research. Our fundraising efforts include Chuck-a-puck, bake sales and formal dinners. Our awareness campaigns include professional development days, World AIDS week activities and research symposiums. Our student group also provides research opportunities, reference letters and volunteer appreciation... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Kin Campus Club

Our purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to meet new people, develop event planning skills and give back to the community as a whole. The intent of the club is to provide a substantial networking opportunity as our parent organization spans the width of the country, and includes individuals from all walks of life. Kin is a family connected by a common purpose to make a difference in not only the lives of the general public, but... Read More →
CN

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Youth Committee

"The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) Youth Committee works in association with CNIB to provide Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with the support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want. | | The CNIB Youth Committee supports the purposes of CNIB by raising awareness for vision health, conducting fundraisers, and volunteering in various CNIB events and programs, such... Read More →
BC

Breast Cancer Foundation - Youth Action Committee

The mission of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Youth Action Committee is to raise awareness about breast cancer to students, teachers, and others at the University of Alberta and to hold hold super fun fundraising events to raise money for breast cancer research and treatment in Canada.
SY

Stollery Youth Committee

The Stollery Youth Committee is a volunteer group on campus which organizes various campus events such as open mic nights and zombie runs in order to raise awareness and funds for the Stollery Foundation. We also volunteer in the community at Foundation events and in the Stollery hospital on the Child Life ward!
DD

Dev Dutta

Founder and Co-President, Arts For YoungSTARS
I'm a Biological Sciences major and Psychology minor in my 5th year at the University of Alberta. I have had the privilege of growing up in almost 10 cities or towns as my family moved around in Canada and in India. Having pursued art in high-school and later as a form of hobby, art and science helped me de-stress and explore myself. In university, I founded Arts For YoungSTARS to use art to positively and practically impact our communities.
ME

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 →
UO

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.
FD

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.
CK

Circle Kiwanis International

CKI is the largest student-led collegiate service organization in the world. CKI is built on three main tenants: Service, Leadership and Fellowship. We pride ourselves in the diversity of our members, service to the greater Edmonton area and friendships that last a lifetime!
SU

Student Umbrella for Social Justice

"The mission of the SUSJ is to form a sustainable network for social justice groups to communicate, collaborate, and accomplish mutual goals as well as to help develop culture of social responsibility at the University of Alberta. | | In response to a noticed need on campus, the SUSJ was created as a networking and collaboration tool to bring together groups with similar goals and causes. We aim to create bridges amongst the existing social... Read More →
SF

Students for Learning

"Originally known as the Garneau Tutoring Program and founded in early 2006, Students for Learning is a University of Alberta Student Group that focuses on enhancing the quality of education throughout the community. We believe that the best way to tackle weaknesses is at the very beginning of an individuals' academic career: elementary school. Our group recruits volunteer tutors from the university and pairs them up with one child throughout the... Read More →
SF

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 →
HA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
HO

Heart of the City Music Program

The Heart of the City Music Program is a not-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta that provides free music lessons to at-risk children and youth in Edmonton who would otherwise not be able to afford them. Our program currently operates in 11 elementary schools throughout the city as well as at the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre and reaches over 100 inner city children and youth each year. Volunteers are post-secondary... Read More →
UO

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 →
TL

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.
GK

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 →
TU

Team UPscience

"Our mandate is to cultivate scientific imagination, curiosity and leadership abilities of youths, especially those who are under-represented (Inner City, Rural and Aboriginal), in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing innovative hands-on learning, guided mentorship and interactive networking. We work with post-secondary institutions and community science groups to centralize resources and build... Read More →
SO

Sponsoring Orphans Worldwide

SOW (Sponsoring Orphans Worldwide) is a non-profit organization, which seeks to provide a means of support for the penurious orphans around the world.


Wednesday September 2, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Afternoon [Greek]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Afternoon [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
EA

Ebele Anekwe

"OUR ORGANIZATION | | UA-WISE (University of Alberta Women in Science and Engineering) is a University of Alberta student group that supports women and men in underrepresented fields including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. | | We meet twice a month during the school year planning events that focus on topics such as mentorship, networking, and the challenges of working in a non-traditional field. | | For any questions... Read More →
IC

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association

Interdisciplinary Consulting Association is a student association which provides students from all faculties with information of consulting. We help students to enhance their consulting skills, problem sloving skills through bi-weekly sessions, case competitons, etc. Also, we promote consulting provides networking events to help students to build relationships with consulting professionals.
KE

KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association

"KGK stands for “Kanpai Gambei Kombae” which are the words for ""cheers"" in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean respectively. The name represents our association’s emphasis on promoting cooperation between the students of the different branches of the East Asian Studies Department. | | KGK is a student association which aims to promote studying in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Alberta. The intention of... Read More →
CS

Chemistry Students' Association

The Chemistry Students’ Association works to bridge the gap between chemistry undergraduates and resources at the U of A. We host a variety of events throughout the year to help students make connections with industry, faculty and research. Come see us for advice or information on events involving chemistry!
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
PS

Political Science Undergraduate Association

Our student group represents all political science students at the University of Alberta. We primarily organize events to educate and facilitate interactions among our department. We also advocate for students in departmental academic meetings. At Clubs Fair we hope to increase Poli Sci students' awareness of our group.
SS

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be exposed to advanced engineering topics to enlighten your future education and career. Previous projects have included: laser harp, LED chessboard, laser maze and a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
UL

Undergraduate Linguistics Club

The ULC is a group for students who share an interest in language or linguistics, or who just want to meet other people! We also operate a Helpdesk for 100-200 level Linguistics classes. The club is open to students from any faculty, so please feel free to come say hello!
AO

Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and Engineers

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
OO

Organization of Botany Students

The Organization of Botany Students (OBS) is an undergraduate and graduate student group within the Department of Biological Sciences within the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta. Its focus is plant biology, botany, and all fields of plant study and interests.


Wednesday September 2, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Afternoon [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
PS

Pakistani Students' Association

We are the Pakistani Students Association. We have a wide variety of involvements on campus. For example, some include providing international Pakistani students with a platform to integrate smoothly with the UAlberta community and the city of Edmonton. Our main focus however is to host various different multicultural events throughout the year in order to present a positive image of the Pakistani culture to the rest of the UAlberta community who... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
NS

Nigerian Students Association

"Welcome to the Nigerian Student Association | University of Alberta (NSAUOFA). Nsauofa was formed in the Fall of 2010 by focus driven Nigerian students who wanted to form a vibrant forum and maintain a strong sense of solidarity among current and prospective Nigerian students at the University of Alberta. We exist to facilitate intercultural understanding between our members and other students at the University of Alberta including our host... Read More →
IS

Indian Students' Association

"INDSA is a student community that helps incoming as well as current members. INDSA provides airport pickups, temporary accommodation and is well known for organizing cultural events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are also important to INDSA. | | INDSA comprises of members from various ethnic backgrounds and is not just about Indian culture. It encourages Indians and other students to mingle and learn about other cultures as that is... Read More →
TS

Taiwanese Students' Association

University of Alberta Taiwanese Students Association (UATSA) provides a place for students who have an interest in Taiwanese culture or just want to have some fun! We also assist students by providing help or information to the foreign students or those who simply want a look at Edmonton from a Taiwanese perspective.
CO

Christians on Campus

We are a campus group comprising of believers in Christ from various backgrounds. We love the Lord and endeavour to give Him the first place in all things (Colossians 1:18). We feel it is vital to have Christian companions throughout our college years, and together recover the focus of our human life, which is to enjoy God and His presence in all our different situations.
LS

Lutheran Student Movement- Edmonton Chapter

The Lutheran Student Movement provides a fun and friendly faith based community that is open to anyone! We meet on a weekly basis to share a meal, some laughs, and a group activity. Group activities include geo-caching, rock climbing, exclusive observatory tours, and many others. If you need a way to de-stress from studies, meet new people, and have a good time, the Lutheran Student Movement is for you!
GE

Global Enrichment Foundation University of Alberta Chapter

Our club will seek to recruit members to help in our goal of fundraising for women's rights projects in Somalia. We will be providing informative insight into positions available and we will also be distributing material for further interested individuals.
EK

Edmonton Korean First Presbyterian Church

Our service is directed towards the youth and young adults who are wanting to take part in worship and hear God's Word in English, this includes ethnic Koreans who speak English and want to attend the same church as their family. Our service is not a cultural binding service - any English speaking individual is a welcomed guest! We also have weekly events to take part in for a deeper level of community and discipleship. Our purpose is to be a... Read More →
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
CB

Campus Bible Talk

"Campus Bible Talk exists on the University of Alberta to provide students with the opportunity to connect with God through His Word and | with other students who have similar interests through discussion and recreational events."


Wednesday September 2, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Wednesday Afternoon [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

U of A Badminton Club

The U of A Badminton Club is a recreational club for players of all ages. We meet twice weekly and also host a variety of tournaments and social events throughout the year! Drop in is available for a fee. Registration is through the Recreation Services Customer Service desk in the Van Vliet Centre. Spaces are limited.
UO

U of A Squash Club

The UofA Squash Club provides an opportunity to meet and socialize with other players of all levels. We offer training on Monday nights and also offer access to the Edmonton Squash League
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Swim Club

The University of Alberta Swim Club (UASC) provides an opportunity for students to stay active, improve their swimming skills, and meet like-minded people on campus in a casual setting. The club will provide regularly scheduled pool time in the University of Alberta Aquatic Centre on a weekly basis. Membership is open to all intermediate and advanced swimmers, and practices will be led by certified instructors.
UO

University of Alberta Dance Club

Students will be able to get the chance to learn how to tango, waltz, cha-cha and seven other ballroom dances from standard to latin. We have classes and membership students can purchase during clubs fair or ask us questions about dancing.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
LC

Lacrosse Club

We will have registration as well as general information regarding our practices and tournament.
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
OD

Orchesis Dance Group

Orchesis Dance Group welcomes everyone who wants a chance to dance. This is a non-credit dance program open to all students, alumni and members of the community with a desire to dance, choreograph and perform.
RF

Run for Support and Health

Run for Support and Health (RuSH) is a student group at the University of Alberta aimed to support and fundraise for charity through participation or organization of charitable runs, to promote general health through exercise in a fun encouraging environment and to provide an opportunity to meet and foster close friendship. The group firmly believes that a healthy body fosters healthy mind and regular exercise will help deal with the stressful... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.
UO

University of Alberta Dance Team

The University of Alberta Dance Team is a completely student run, competitive hip hop and street jazz team with tryouts being held in early September.


Wednesday September 2, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

15:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Tennyson
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers

Wednesday September 2, 2015 15:00 - 15:45
Main Quad

16:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Kytami
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
avatar for Kytami

Kytami

If a line exists between classical and electronic, between ancient and new age, synthetic and organic, Kytami has sliced them all using only a violin bow... but what more does she need? Apparently nothing at all, as Kytami has already been dubbed a 'music revolutionary' by Whats Up Magazine USA, a 'violinistextremist' here at home, and has been summoned to bring her violin thunder to audiences as far reaching as Taiwan, Dubai and Berlin. Through... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 16:00 - 16:45
Main Quad

17:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Keys N Krates
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
avatar for Keys N Krates

Keys N Krates

Keys N Krates formed as the brainchild of drummer Adam Tune, synth/keyboard aficionado David Matisse and internationally award-winning turntablist Jr. Flo. The Toronto trio came together in 2008 with the desire to bring their blend of live electronic instrumentation to the stage.  They've often been referred to as the world's only “trap band,” a title they reluctantly accept. Tune says it best: “At... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2015 17:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:00

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Ticket Sales End
Wednesday September 2, 2015 18:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:00

Dinwoodie Comedy Night feat. Drew Behm
Come out to the first Dinwoodie Comedy Night of the year for some great laughs. With over 1500 performances on stage under his belt, Drew Behm has been entertaining audiences through acting, music, or improv since he was a child. At 19 Drew began performing stand-up comedy and hasn't looked back since. Since 2011 Drew has been a finalist in every major comedy contest in Western Canada. Drew has had the pleasure to work with industry heavyweights like Hannibal Buress (30 Rock), Jay Pharoah (SNL), and Bryan Callen (The Hangover). With the ability to charm any audience, Drew is one of the hottest young comics in Canada. Get your tickets in advance at http://ticketf.ly/1UTv1B3

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
avatar for Drew Behm

Drew Behm

With over 1500 performances on stage under his belt, Drew Behm has been entertaining audiences through acting, music, or improv since he was a child. At 19 Drew began performing stand-up comedy and hasn't looked back since. Since 2011 Drew has been a finalist in every major comedy contest in Western Canada. Drew has had the pleasure to work with industry heavyweights like Hannibal Buress (30 Rock), Jay Pharoah (SNL), and Bryan Callen (The... Read More →



Wednesday September 2, 2015 18:00 - 20:30
Dinwoodie Lounge

18:30

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Closed
Wednesday September 2, 2015 18:30 - 18:30
Main Quad
 
Thursday, September 3
 

08:00

Free Pancake Breakfast
UASUevents presents
Week of Welcome 2015
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Start your day of right with a free pancake breakfast in on the south CCIS Patio, right by the WOW Village. Pancake service starts at 8am and continues until we're out of pancakes!

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Thursday September 3, 2015 08:00 - 10:30
CCIS Patio

10:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Morning [General Interest]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
Z

ZooManiacs

The ZooManiacs’ main goal is to bring together a community of students interested in zoology at the University of Alberta. The club organizes activities related to zoology in order to enrich students’ experiences. Such activities include volunteering opportunities, networking with peers and professionals, presentations by guests in the field, and organized outings to museums, zoos and parks where students can appreciate zoology at its... Read More →
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OUTreach

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 →
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HealthNuts

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.
S6

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.
BA

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.
CS

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 →
SI

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 →
EW

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!
UO

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 →
UO

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!
AC

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!"
SH

Sexual Health and Education Club

The Sexual Health and Education Club is a new club working towards bettering sexual health education on campus as well as access to sexual health products. If you have any questions or are interested in working with us you can visit us at our website (theSHEC.com) or send us an email (theSHEC@ualberta.ca)!
UO

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 →
SV

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"
ME

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 →
UO

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.
FD

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.
MP

Make Poverty History

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

Student Umbrella for Social Justice

"The mission of the SUSJ is to form a sustainable network for social justice groups to communicate, collaborate, and accomplish mutual goals as well as to help develop culture of social responsibility at the University of Alberta. | | In response to a noticed need on campus, the SUSJ was created as a networking and collaboration tool to bring together groups with similar goals and causes. We aim to create bridges amongst the existing social... Read More →
SF

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 →
BA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
HO

Heart of the City Music Program

The Heart of the City Music Program is a not-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta that provides free music lessons to at-risk children and youth in Edmonton who would otherwise not be able to afford them. Our program currently operates in 11 elementary schools throughout the city as well as at the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre and reaches over 100 inner city children and youth each year. Volunteers are post-secondary... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters

"We are affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters Clubs. As a community at the University of Alberta, we support this agency by conducting fundraisers and hosting events to directly raise funds to hold fun events for kids that attend these clubs and to bring a smile to their faces! | | Please like our Facebook page for updates of our events: UofA BGCBigs Club"
CI

Chinese International Students Development Society

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

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.
RS

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.
UT

University Toastmasters

University Toastmasters is a club dedicated towards helping people improve their communication and leadership skills!
CU

Campus UNICEF

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 →
UO

U of A World Vision

"Social Justice - As a Campus chapter of World Vision we are focused in bringing awareness of poverty and justice to the UAlberta community. | | Changing children's lives is about more than putting in a well here or a school there. It’s about: | | -Building up communities, responding to the root causes of poverty and creating resilience | -Encouraging parents to send their boys and girls to school. | -Creating rewarding work... Read More →
HH

Helping Hands for Homeless Youth

Helping hands for homeless youth is a new initiative that aims to raise awareness and funding for at risk youth around the community. In recent years the prevalence of youth homelessness has increased significantly and youth shelters are struggling to meet the needs of many youth. With this student group we will be working with an Edmonton youth shelter to raise donations through various events throughout the year. If you are looking for a way... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Morning [Greek]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
avatar for Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Morning [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
BS

Biochemistry Students' Association

The aim of the BCSA is to provide useful services in the areas of academic support, familiarization with the department of biochemistry, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students in the biochemistry program at the University of Alberta. The hope of the BCSA is to enrich students’ experience and to increase their participation within the department of biochemistry and the university community.
SU

Sociology Undergraduate Student Association

The Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) exists to promote the Sociology and Criminology communities within the U of A. Our events this year include mixers and monthly guest speaker events hosted at Transcend. We are also proud to organize academic endeavours within the department, including the Sociology Mentorship Program & the Undergraduate Sociology Journal, Invoke. We are excited to be spending another year raising the... Read More →
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
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University of Alberta Energy Club

The primary purpose of our group is to foster an environment for all students to develop a deeper understanding of the vast energy industry. We host a wide range of events (including field trips) throughout the school year discussing key factors impacting the entire energy industry including technology, politics, and environmental implications. We strive to strike a fair balance between renewable and non-renewable energy sources when it comes... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club

The University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club was established in 2010 by a group of Alberta 4-H alumni looking for a continuation of 4-H community and values. The club is registered with 4-H Alberta, receives support and funding, and collaborates on events. The club is Agriculture based as is traditional 4-H, but projects focus both on Agriculture and Education. Projects are student led without the record keeping of youth 4-H. In the past... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
EH

Edmonton Healthcare Improvement Network

Interested in how the healthcare system works (and more importantly, how to improve it)? Then consider applying for an executive position with the Edmonton Health Improvement Network (EHIN!) We are a student organization made up of medical students seeking to work interprofessionally with other faculties on quality improvement projects. Work with us to host speaker series, contribute to a publishable project, and buff up your CV! Check us out... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Morning [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Exhibitors
KS

Korean Student Association (KOSA)

We are Korean Student group where provides general services of schools for Korean students. We provides information about each faculties by talking to new coming students to get right faculties to them. Also, we have many fundraising events for various events. We have almost 20 people in this group and we are trying to provide excellent information to Korean people in the U of A.
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
CS

Catholic Students Association

"We are a student-led Catholic group at the University of Alberta.We foster fellowship and community. We regularly organize social events, including BBQs, game nights, and coffee houses."
PT

Power to Change

Want to live an adventurous faith while at the UofA? Power to Change is a group of Jesus-followers dedicated to growing in their faith and living on mission together during our time as students. As part of one of the largest evangelical Christian organizations in the world, we exist on university campuses to help students discover and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus! Come sign up to join a Discipleship Group (a small group that... Read More →
EK

Edmonton Korean First Presbyterian Church

Our service is directed towards the youth and young adults who are wanting to take part in worship and hear God's Word in English, this includes ethnic Koreans who speak English and want to attend the same church as their family. Our service is not a cultural binding service - any English speaking individual is a welcomed guest! We also have weekly events to take part in for a deeper level of community and discipleship. Our purpose is to be a... Read More →
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
DC

Dream Corps

Dream Corps works closely with local governments, schools, educators, communities, and parents to set up libraries, provide quality books, and run reading activities to cultivate the interest and ability for self-guided learning in rural children.
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
UO

U of A Cantonese Fellowship

A Christian fellowship targeted Cantonese speaking student around campus. Our group provides various kinds of activity for people to make friends and gain support from others. All of our programs will be cinducted in Cantonese.
AS

Asian Students on Kampus

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
UO

U of A Navigators

| The Navigators is a community of students from varied backgrounds who are on the journey of seeking, knowing and loving Jesus. The goal is to encourage each other to become followers of Jesus' life and teachings as we explore life together. We desire to experience and have our lives shaped by the Good News of Jesus, discover our purposes in life for the glory of God, and alert people to the kingship and goodness of Jesus Christ. Along... Read More →
US

Ukrainian Students Society

The Ukrainian Students Society (USS) holds various cultural, athletic, political, and of course social events throughout the year! You do not need to be Ukrainian to join- everyone is welcome!


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Morning [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Chess Club

We are an on-campus club. We play chess regularly on weekdays, most likely Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-6 during the coming fall semester. We are always eagerly looking for new members, of all skill levels, to join our club. If you already know how to play, you are welcome to join us, if you don't know how to play, you are still welcome. We are very happy to teach new chess players. We will also be holding some joint projects with the Edmonton... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Water Polo Club

The Water Polo club is a recreational club for people who love, or would love to learn the sport of water polo. We practice once a week for two hours in the West Pool, where we focus on developing skills, playing games and having fun! The club participates in at least one tournament per year in addition to a number of scrimmages with other clubs from the Edmonton area. No experience is required, but some swimming ability is necessary. Whether you... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
LC

Lacrosse Club

We will have registration as well as general information regarding our practices and tournament.
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
UO

U of A Ski and Snowboard Club

The University of Alberta Ski & Snowboard Club is a hub for awesomeness of all types. We host 5 trips a year centering around convenient times for students to escape such as: New Years, Reading Week and the spring time. We don't just stop at trips, throughout the year we host up to 6 parties to help get your ski community fix. Whether you're a shredding veteran, just getting started, or simply want to meet wicked new people, the U of A Ski... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
CS

Club Sports Program

"Club Sports: | | Student Led – Student Delivered – Student Focused | | The Club Sports Program inspires and empowers the University of Alberta community to explore a diverse selection of physical activities while fostering an inclusive and social environment. | | As an integral component of the Campus and Community Recreation program and the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, the Club Sports program strives to meet... Read More →
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

WOW Village: Clubs | Services | Games & Giveaways | Handbook Pickup
WOW Village should be your first stop coming to campus during the first week of school. Pick up your handbook, check out the clubs fair and services on campus, get tickets to our evening events, or play games for prizes - WOW Village has it all.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Thursday September 3, 2015 10:00 - 16:00
CCIS Quad

11:00

WOW MainStage: Beer Gardens Open
Come out to our annual WOW MainStage in Quad for some great entertainment and the best way to kick off your school year!

Live entertainment starts at 3:00 PM. Schedule to be announced soon.

18+ | Valid ID and OneCard required
UofA Students, Staff & Alumni

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Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Thursday September 3, 2015 11:00 - 18:30
Main Quad

12:50

Clubs Fair [Break]
At this time, groups will be changing over. Please note that the Clubs Fair tents will be closed to students at this time, to allow for transition. The tents will re-open at 1:00PM.  Thank you.

Thursday September 3, 2015 12:50 - 13:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [General Interest]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
Z

ZooManiacs

The ZooManiacs’ main goal is to bring together a community of students interested in zoology at the University of Alberta. The club organizes activities related to zoology in order to enrich students’ experiences. Such activities include volunteering opportunities, networking with peers and professionals, presentations by guests in the field, and organized outings to museums, zoos and parks where students can appreciate zoology at its... Read More →
O

OUTreach

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 →
H

HealthNuts

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.
BA

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.
VA

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.
RT

Right To Play University of Alberta

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

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 →
SI

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 →
YS

YMCA Strong Kids University of Alberta Students Association

"Hello fellow students, | If you are looking for ways to meet new friends, get involved with the community and make an influence on an international scale the YMCA Strong Kids International Students Association is a great club for you. We raise money for the YMCA program in Bogota, Colombia while providing fun and interactive service learning opportunities for our student members. We offer lots of ways to get involved, flexible hours of... Read More →
EW

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!
FT

Free the Children

First? We pick a nation. Second? We pick a project. Each year, Free the Children takes on a community issue in a third world nation and aims to meet a target amount in order to successfully accomplish the project. Funds are raised through various student-run fundraisers and advocacy events, including our Annual Frost Gala Event. Free the Children requires low commitment, just a drive to make a positive change in the lives of others and achieve... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

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!
UO

University of Alberta Kin Campus Club

Our purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to meet new people, develop event planning skills and give back to the community as a whole. The intent of the club is to provide a substantial networking opportunity as our parent organization spans the width of the country, and includes individuals from all walks of life. Kin is a family connected by a common purpose to make a difference in not only the lives of the general public, but... Read More →
AC

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!"
UO

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 →
MS

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.
SV

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"
ME

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 →
LF

Lazy Faire

Originally a magazine for business students, providng interview tips, networking skills, and leadership advice. Now we have moved into the general student body proving the same blogs and articles.
UO

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.
FD

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.
MP

Make Poverty History

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

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters

"We are affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters Clubs. As a community at the University of Alberta, we support this agency by conducting fundraisers and hosting events to directly raise funds to hold fun events for kids that attend these clubs and to bring a smile to their faces! | | Please like our Facebook page for updates of our events: UofA BGCBigs Club"
TL

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.
GK

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 →
UT

University Toastmasters

University Toastmasters is a club dedicated towards helping people improve their communication and leadership skills!
CU

Campus UNICEF

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 →
TU

Team UPscience

"Our mandate is to cultivate scientific imagination, curiosity and leadership abilities of youths, especially those who are under-represented (Inner City, Rural and Aboriginal), in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing innovative hands-on learning, guided mentorship and interactive networking. We work with post-secondary institutions and community science groups to centralize resources and build... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [Greek]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
BS

Biochemistry Students' Association

The aim of the BCSA is to provide useful services in the areas of academic support, familiarization with the department of biochemistry, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students in the biochemistry program at the University of Alberta. The hope of the BCSA is to enrich students’ experience and to increase their participation within the department of biochemistry and the university community.
KE

KGK: East Asian Studies Undergraduate Students' Association

"KGK stands for “Kanpai Gambei Kombae” which are the words for ""cheers"" in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean respectively. The name represents our association’s emphasis on promoting cooperation between the students of the different branches of the East Asian Studies Department. | | KGK is a student association which aims to promote studying in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Alberta. The intention of... Read More →
SU

Sociology Undergraduate Student Association

The Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) exists to promote the Sociology and Criminology communities within the U of A. Our events this year include mixers and monthly guest speaker events hosted at Transcend. We are also proud to organize academic endeavours within the department, including the Sociology Mentorship Program & the Undergraduate Sociology Journal, Invoke. We are excited to be spending another year raising the... Read More →
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
SS

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be exposed to advanced engineering topics to enlighten your future education and career. Previous projects have included: laser harp, LED chessboard, laser maze and a... Read More →
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University of Alberta Energy Club

The primary purpose of our group is to foster an environment for all students to develop a deeper understanding of the vast energy industry. We host a wide range of events (including field trips) throughout the school year discussing key factors impacting the entire energy industry including technology, politics, and environmental implications. We strive to strike a fair balance between renewable and non-renewable energy sources when it comes... Read More →
EC

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Club (eCLUB) seeks to create an inclusive and engaging environment for all students and alumni interested in entrepreneurship, and provide resources and opportunitief for student start-ups at the University of Alberta
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
AS

Atmospheric Science Student Group

The Atmospheric Science Student Group is for students in atmospheric science and for general weather enthusiasts. We go on tours, go to conferences, and provide students with academic and volunteer opportunities.
ES

Engineering Students' Society

A group for all Engineering undergraduate students, the ESS hosts a variety of events and services throughout the year including socials, professional development, mentorship and much more. Volunteer today or learn more about activities on our website ess.ualberta.ca or at the Engineering Carnival in Engg Quad September 10th and 11th.


Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
KS

Korean Student Association (KOSA)

We are Korean Student group where provides general services of schools for Korean students. We provides information about each faculties by talking to new coming students to get right faculties to them. Also, we have many fundraising events for various events. We have almost 20 people in this group and we are trying to provide excellent information to Korean people in the U of A.
AS

Afghan Students Association

Facebook page Afghan Students at University of Alberta and email through Afgsa@ualberta.ca
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
NS

Nigerian Students Association

"Welcome to the Nigerian Student Association | University of Alberta (NSAUOFA). Nsauofa was formed in the Fall of 2010 by focus driven Nigerian students who wanted to form a vibrant forum and maintain a strong sense of solidarity among current and prospective Nigerian students at the University of Alberta. We exist to facilitate intercultural understanding between our members and other students at the University of Alberta including our host... Read More →
PT

Power to Change

Want to live an adventurous faith while at the UofA? Power to Change is a group of Jesus-followers dedicated to growing in their faith and living on mission together during our time as students. As part of one of the largest evangelical Christian organizations in the world, we exist on university campuses to help students discover and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus! Come sign up to join a Discipleship Group (a small group that... Read More →
PS

Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA)-University of Alberta Chapter

"Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) will lead all individuals who are graduates or pursuant of higher education towards a deeper commitment in God in lifestyle and service. | | The main objectives of PENSA UofA Chapter shall include, but not limited to: | | 1. Win souls for Jesus Christ. | 2. Provide opportunity among students and alumni for spiritual edification and encourage deeper commitment to God’s work. | 3. Help members... Read More →
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
DC

Dream Corps

Dream Corps works closely with local governments, schools, educators, communities, and parents to set up libraries, provide quality books, and run reading activities to cultivate the interest and ability for self-guided learning in rural children.
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
UO

U of A Cantonese Fellowship

A Christian fellowship targeted Cantonese speaking student around campus. Our group provides various kinds of activity for people to make friends and gain support from others. All of our programs will be cinducted in Cantonese.
IC

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

IVCF u of a is a student group that believes the wildest adventures are found in the pursuit of friendships with each other and with God. Love for anyone to join us where ever you may be in your faith journey.
AS

Asian Students on Kampus

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
AC

Antioch Campus Mission

We are Antioch Campus Mission of Antioch Church of Edmonton
UO

U of A Navigators

| The Navigators is a community of students from varied backgrounds who are on the journey of seeking, knowing and loving Jesus. The goal is to encourage each other to become followers of Jesus' life and teachings as we explore life together. We desire to experience and have our lives shaped by the Good News of Jesus, discover our purposes in life for the glory of God, and alert people to the kingship and goodness of Jesus Christ. Along... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Thursday Afternoon [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
avatar for Student Group Services

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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
KU

KidSport University of Alberta

KidSport University of Alberta advocates and fundraises in partnership with KidSport Edmonton in order to remove financial barriers preventing youth from playing organized sports. We believe no kid should sit on the sidelines and all should have the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports. Throughout the year, we host various events, ranging from our famous Japa-Dog Sale to an After School Sports Program at a partner elementary... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Chess Club

We are an on-campus club. We play chess regularly on weekdays, most likely Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-6 during the coming fall semester. We are always eagerly looking for new members, of all skill levels, to join our club. If you already know how to play, you are welcome to join us, if you don't know how to play, you are still welcome. We are very happy to teach new chess players. We will also be holding some joint projects with the Edmonton... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Dance Club

Students will be able to get the chance to learn how to tango, waltz, cha-cha and seven other ballroom dances from standard to latin. We have classes and membership students can purchase during clubs fair or ask us questions about dancing.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
UO

U of A Ski and Snowboard Club

The University of Alberta Ski & Snowboard Club is a hub for awesomeness of all types. We host 5 trips a year centering around convenient times for students to escape such as: New Years, Reading Week and the spring time. We don't just stop at trips, throughout the year we host up to 6 parties to help get your ski community fix. Whether you're a shredding veteran, just getting started, or simply want to meet wicked new people, the U of A Ski... Read More →
RF

Run for Support and Health

Run for Support and Health (RuSH) is a student group at the University of Alberta aimed to support and fundraise for charity through participation or organization of charitable runs, to promote general health through exercise in a fun encouraging environment and to provide an opportunity to meet and foster close friendship. The group firmly believes that a healthy body fosters healthy mind and regular exercise will help deal with the stressful... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
CS

Club Sports Program

"Club Sports: | | Student Led – Student Delivered – Student Focused | | The Club Sports Program inspires and empowers the University of Alberta community to explore a diverse selection of physical activities while fostering an inclusive and social environment. | | As an integral component of the Campus and Community Recreation program and the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, the Club Sports program strives to meet... Read More →
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.


Thursday September 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

15:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: The New Electric
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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The New Electric

The New Electric, based out of Calgary, Alberta have laid their foundation to become the next big name in Pop / Alt Rock. Since forming in 2013, the band has worked with Kevin 'Chief' Zaruk and Jeff Ojeda (at Chief Music Management: Florida Georgia Line, Dallas Smith, Head of the Herd) to put together an undeniable fresh new sound. In the summer of 2014, The New Electric got together with world-renowned producer Brian Howes (Hedley, Simple... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 15:00 - 15:45
Main Quad

16:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: JPNSGRLS
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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JPNSGRLS

JPNSGRLS​— pronounced "Japanese Girls" — formed in Vancouver in 2010 with a lineup that includes Charlie Kerr, Oliver Mann, Chris McClelland & Graham Serl. The band made their debut with T​he Sharkweek EP​in 2013, on Light Organ Records.​F​or their first full length, C​irculation,​also on Light Organ, the outfit hunkered down in Vancouver's Greenhouse Studios with producer Steve Bays (Hot Hot Heat, Mounties). The... Read More →


Thursday September 3, 2015 16:00 - 16:45
Main Quad

17:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: Zerbin
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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Zerbin

ZERBIN released their LP 'Darling' on April 14, 2015. Self-produced by the band (Jason Zerbin and Peter Mol) and mixed by Dave Pensado (Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Elton John), Tom Dobrzanski (Said the Whale, Hey Ocean!, We Are the City) and Jason himself, the album displays a fresh and infectious incarnation of symphonic alt-pop, a mixing of the band's Alberta roots and West-Coast home.  Recorded over the course of six weeks in a one... Read More →



Thursday September 3, 2015 17:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:00

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Ticket Sales End
Thursday September 3, 2015 18:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:30

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Closed
Thursday September 3, 2015 18:30 - 18:30
Main Quad

19:00

Hypnotist Wayne Lee
Back by popular demand! Come out to witness the incredible Wayne Lee as he takes your friends and makes them perform like you would have never believed possible. Get your tickets quick as this show has sold out every time Wayne comes to the UofA. 

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Thursday September 3, 2015 19:00 - 21:30
Horowitz Theatre
 
Friday, September 4
 

08:00

Free Pancake Breakfast
UASUevents presents
Week of Welcome 2015
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Start your day of right with a free pancake breakfast in on the south CCIS Patio, right by the WOW Village. Pancake service starts at 8am and continues until we're out of pancakes!

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Friday September 4, 2015 08:00 - 10:30
CCIS Patio

10:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Morning [General Interest]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
O

OUTreach

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 →
H

HealthNuts

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.
BA

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.
RC

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.
CS

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 →
SI

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 →
SF

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 →
EW

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!
UO

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 →
UO

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!
UO

University of Alberta Kin Campus Club

Our purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to meet new people, develop event planning skills and give back to the community as a whole. The intent of the club is to provide a substantial networking opportunity as our parent organization spans the width of the country, and includes individuals from all walks of life. Kin is a family connected by a common purpose to make a difference in not only the lives of the general public, but... Read More →
AC

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!"
UO

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 →
ME

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 →
GF

Golden Future

Golden Future is a group that travels to South Africa every year to educate youth in general areas of improvement and empower their further education.
UO

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.
FD

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.
MP

Make Poverty History

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

Circle Kiwanis International

CKI is the largest student-led collegiate service organization in the world. CKI is built on three main tenants: Service, Leadership and Fellowship. We pride ourselves in the diversity of our members, service to the greater Edmonton area and friendships that last a lifetime!
HA

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 →
BA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
HO

Heart of the City Music Program

The Heart of the City Music Program is a not-for-profit student group at the University of Alberta that provides free music lessons to at-risk children and youth in Edmonton who would otherwise not be able to afford them. Our program currently operates in 11 elementary schools throughout the city as well as at the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre and reaches over 100 inner city children and youth each year. Volunteers are post-secondary... Read More →
UO

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 →
UO

University of Alberta Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters

"We are affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters Clubs. As a community at the University of Alberta, we support this agency by conducting fundraisers and hosting events to directly raise funds to hold fun events for kids that attend these clubs and to bring a smile to their faces! | | Please like our Facebook page for updates of our events: UofA BGCBigs Club"
TL

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.
SY

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 →
CU

Campus UNICEF

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 →
TU

Team UPscience

"Our mandate is to cultivate scientific imagination, curiosity and leadership abilities of youths, especially those who are under-represented (Inner City, Rural and Aboriginal), in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing innovative hands-on learning, guided mentorship and interactive networking. We work with post-secondary institutions and community science groups to centralize resources and build... Read More →


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Morning [Greek]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
CA

Ceres Alberta Women's Fraternity

Ceres is a women's fraternity (sisterhood) for women with an appreciation for agriculture.
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Morning [Interdisciplinary]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
BS

Biochemistry Students' Association

The aim of the BCSA is to provide useful services in the areas of academic support, familiarization with the department of biochemistry, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students in the biochemistry program at the University of Alberta. The hope of the BCSA is to enrich students’ experience and to increase their participation within the department of biochemistry and the university community.
SU

Sociology Undergraduate Student Association

The Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) exists to promote the Sociology and Criminology communities within the U of A. Our events this year include mixers and monthly guest speaker events hosted at Transcend. We are also proud to organize academic endeavours within the department, including the Sociology Mentorship Program & the Undergraduate Sociology Journal, Invoke. We are excited to be spending another year raising the... Read More →
CS

Chemistry Students' Association

The Chemistry Students’ Association works to bridge the gap between chemistry undergraduates and resources at the U of A. We host a variety of events throughout the year to help students make connections with industry, faculty and research. Come see us for advice or information on events involving chemistry!
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club

The University of Alberta Collegiate 4-H Club was established in 2010 by a group of Alberta 4-H alumni looking for a continuation of 4-H community and values. The club is registered with 4-H Alberta, receives support and funding, and collaborates on events. The club is Agriculture based as is traditional 4-H, but projects focus both on Agriculture and Education. Projects are student led without the record keeping of youth 4-H. In the past... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
UL

Undergraduate Linguistics Club

The ULC is a group for students who share an interest in language or linguistics, or who just want to meet other people! We also operate a Helpdesk for 100-200 level Linguistics classes. The club is open to students from any faculty, so please feel free to come say hello!
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
LB

Little Bit of Help

"Little Bit of Help (LBoH) is a volunteer program at the University of Alberta that provides students with exposure to research within multiple healthcare settings at the institution. This unique experience allows undergraduate students to learn more about clinical research through a co-curricular program that couples as a didactic clinical research curriculum with “hands-on” mentored training. Students volunteer their time to... Read More →


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Morning [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Exhibitors
KS

Korean Student Association (KOSA)

We are Korean Student group where provides general services of schools for Korean students. We provides information about each faculties by talking to new coming students to get right faculties to them. Also, we have many fundraising events for various events. We have almost 20 people in this group and we are trying to provide excellent information to Korean people in the U of A.
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
IS

Indian Students' Association

"INDSA is a student community that helps incoming as well as current members. INDSA provides airport pickups, temporary accommodation and is well known for organizing cultural events throughout the year. Outdoor activities are also important to INDSA. | | INDSA comprises of members from various ethnic backgrounds and is not just about Indian culture. It encourages Indians and other students to mingle and learn about other cultures as that is... Read More →
CS

Catholic Students Association

"We are a student-led Catholic group at the University of Alberta.We foster fellowship and community. We regularly organize social events, including BBQs, game nights, and coffee houses."
PT

Power to Change

Want to live an adventurous faith while at the UofA? Power to Change is a group of Jesus-followers dedicated to growing in their faith and living on mission together during our time as students. As part of one of the largest evangelical Christian organizations in the world, we exist on university campuses to help students discover and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus! Come sign up to join a Discipleship Group (a small group that... Read More →
EK

Edmonton Korean First Presbyterian Church

Our service is directed towards the youth and young adults who are wanting to take part in worship and hear God's Word in English, this includes ethnic Koreans who speak English and want to attend the same church as their family. Our service is not a cultural binding service - any English speaking individual is a welcomed guest! We also have weekly events to take part in for a deeper level of community and discipleship. Our purpose is to be a... Read More →
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
DC

Dream Corps

Dream Corps works closely with local governments, schools, educators, communities, and parents to set up libraries, provide quality books, and run reading activities to cultivate the interest and ability for self-guided learning in rural children.
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
ED

ECCC Daniel fellowship

ECCC Danielfellowship is a youth fellowship under Edmonton Chirstian Community Church. It consists of students from all the faculties to attend.
UO

U of A Cantonese Fellowship

A Christian fellowship targeted Cantonese speaking student around campus. Our group provides various kinds of activity for people to make friends and gain support from others. All of our programs will be cinducted in Cantonese.
AS

Asian Students on Kampus

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
UO

U of A Navigators

| The Navigators is a community of students from varied backgrounds who are on the journey of seeking, knowing and loving Jesus. The goal is to encourage each other to become followers of Jesus' life and teachings as we explore life together. We desire to experience and have our lives shaped by the Good News of Jesus, discover our purposes in life for the glory of God, and alert people to the kingship and goodness of Jesus Christ. Along... Read More →
US

Ukrainian Students Society

The Ukrainian Students Society (USS) holds various cultural, athletic, political, and of course social events throughout the year! You do not need to be Ukrainian to join- everyone is welcome!


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Morning [Sports & Recreation]
Category for groups involved in sports and/or recreation.

Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
SE

Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
UO

U of A Ski and Snowboard Club

The University of Alberta Ski & Snowboard Club is a hub for awesomeness of all types. We host 5 trips a year centering around convenient times for students to escape such as: New Years, Reading Week and the spring time. We don't just stop at trips, throughout the year we host up to 6 parties to help get your ski community fix. Whether you're a shredding veteran, just getting started, or simply want to meet wicked new people, the U of A Ski... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
CS

Club Sports Program

"Club Sports: | | Student Led – Student Delivered – Student Focused | | The Club Sports Program inspires and empowers the University of Alberta community to explore a diverse selection of physical activities while fostering an inclusive and social environment. | | As an integral component of the Campus and Community Recreation program and the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, the Club Sports program strives to meet... Read More →
DS

Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

10:00

WOW Village: Clubs | Services | Games & Giveaways | Handbook Pickup
WOW Village should be your first stop coming to campus during the first week of school. Pick up your handbook, check out the clubs fair and services on campus, get tickets to our evening events, or play games for prizes - WOW Village has it all.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Friday September 4, 2015 10:00 - 16:00
CCIS Quad

11:00

WOW MainStage: Beer Gardens Open
Come out to our annual WOW MainStage in Quad for some great entertainment and the best way to kick off your school year!

Live entertainment starts at 3:00 PM. Schedule to be announced soon.

18+ | Valid ID and OneCard required
UofA Students, Staff & Alumni

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For a list of all Week of Welcome activities, click here: https://www.facebook.com/uasuevents/events

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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Friday September 4, 2015 11:00 - 18:30
Main Quad

12:50

Clubs Fair [Break]
At this time, groups will be changing over. Please note that the Clubs Fair tents will be closed to students at this time, to allow for transition. The tents will re-open at 1:00PM.  Thank you.

Friday September 4, 2015 12:50 - 13:00
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

13:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [General Interest]
Category for groups who have various interests.

Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
A

AIESEC

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/
O

OUTreach

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 →
H

HealthNuts

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.
V

VIDA

"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 →
S6

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.
BA

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.
VA

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.
RC

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.
RT

Right To Play University of Alberta

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

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 →
SI

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 →
SF

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 →
MB

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 →
EW

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!
UO

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 →
UO

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!
AC

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!"
UO

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 →
MS

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.
SV

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"
ME

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 →
UO

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.
FD

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.
MP

Make Poverty History

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

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 →
HA

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 →
BA

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 →
TM

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.
UP

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!
UO

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 →
CI

Chinese International Students Development Society

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

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.
GK

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 →
SY

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 →
RS

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.
CU

Campus UNICEF

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

13:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [Greek]
Category for organizations who consider themselves a fraternity or sorority.

Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
DG

Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.
UO

University of Alberta Panhellenic Association (Panhel)

| The National Panhellenic Conference exists to promote the values of and to serve as an advocate for its four member and associate groups in collaboration with those members, campus and communities.
DC

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.
PD

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.
IC

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters during the recruitment seasons and liaise with organizations at the University such as Student Groups Services, the Student Union and the Dean of Students office.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average GPA for a fraternity, student politics with, and in volunteering with being awarded the Robert Steadward Campus Leadership award for eight consecuitive years. Our... Read More →
AG

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
DK

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friendships, civic engagement, academic and career success, and an emotionally-rewarding network of adopted brothers."
FF

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.
TC

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek words meaning "An Assisting Hand." Being part of a fraternity does take away from uni life but rather enhances it so come check us out!
EA

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from all backgrounds, making our group versatile and unique. Within our group, you will meet tons of individuals who you would have probably never met through classes at... Read More →
MT

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader... Read More →
PB

Pi Beta Phi - Alberta Alpha Chapter (Pi Phi)

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
AP

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smaller, more personalized atmosphere. Alpha Psi provides a unique balance of memorable moments with fulfilling experiences by focusing primarily on improving the state of... Read More →
KA

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.
DU

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of... Read More →


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

13:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [Interdisciplinary]
Category for groups with a focus on academics and/or collaboration between disciplines.

Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
BS

Biochemistry Students' Association

The aim of the BCSA is to provide useful services in the areas of academic support, familiarization with the department of biochemistry, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students in the biochemistry program at the University of Alberta. The hope of the BCSA is to enrich students’ experience and to increase their participation within the department of biochemistry and the university community.
SU

Sociology Undergraduate Student Association

The Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) exists to promote the Sociology and Criminology communities within the U of A. Our events this year include mixers and monthly guest speaker events hosted at Transcend. We are also proud to organize academic endeavours within the department, including the Sociology Mentorship Program & the Undergraduate Sociology Journal, Invoke. We are excited to be spending another year raising the... Read More →
CS

Chemistry Students' Association

The Chemistry Students’ Association works to bridge the gap between chemistry undergraduates and resources at the U of A. We host a variety of events throughout the year to help students make connections with industry, faculty and research. Come see us for advice or information on events involving chemistry!
NA

Nutrition and Food Science Students' Association

Nutrition and Food Sciences Students Association is committed to making a positive difference in all Nutrition and Food Sciences students lives while they are in their program. By providing resources such as job contacts, the exam bank, information on scholarships and internship, and networking opportunities through social events, we hope to bring students together to more thoroughly enjoy their academic career and to be more successful.
PS

Pre-Medical Students' Association

The Pre-Medical Students’ Association (PMSA) is an organization designed to support students intending to enter a career in the medical field. PMSA will serve as a resource for academic and non-academic information and guidance for students interested in applying to medical school. We provide many seminars, such as the Admissions, MCAT and Life as a Doctor Seminars, and workshops throughout the year. PMSA will also serve as a support... Read More →
EC

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Club (eCLUB) seeks to create an inclusive and engaging environment for all students and alumni interested in entrepreneurship, and provide resources and opportunitief for student start-ups at the University of Alberta
UO

University of Alberta Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club

The U of A Pre-Vet / Animal Health Club is a pre-professional club that offers opportunities to students aspiring to work in animal health, animal health majors, and students just looking to volunteer with animals. The club offers work and volunteer opportunities, social events, guest speakers, and exam bank. Guest speakers and presentations include vet schools from around the world. During the year we also host an industry-networking event... Read More →
UL

Undergraduate Linguistics Club

The ULC is a group for students who share an interest in language or linguistics, or who just want to meet other people! We also operate a Helpdesk for 100-200 level Linguistics classes. The club is open to students from any faculty, so please feel free to come say hello!
SF

Science FUNdamentals

Science Fundamentals makes science fun for our youth. We pair up our 150 volunteers and send them to elementary classrooms throughout Edmonton once a month to spend an hour going through fun and interactive science demos. Our in-school interactive demonstrations and annual science exhibition exposes youth to elements of science that they may not otherwise encounter in their elementary school education and reinforces concepts that they have... Read More →
AS

Atmospheric Science Student Group

The Atmospheric Science Student Group is for students in atmospheric science and for general weather enthusiasts. We go on tours, go to conferences, and provide students with academic and volunteer opportunities.
ES

Engineering Students' Society

A group for all Engineering undergraduate students, the ESS hosts a variety of events and services throughout the year including socials, professional development, mentorship and much more. Volunteer today or learn more about activities on our website ess.ualberta.ca or at the Engineering Carnival in Engg Quad September 10th and 11th.


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

13:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [Multicultural or Faith Based]
Category for groups with various multicultural, spiritual, or religious backgrounds.

Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
KS

Korean Student Association (KOSA)

We are Korean Student group where provides general services of schools for Korean students. We provides information about each faculties by talking to new coming students to get right faculties to them. Also, we have many fundraising events for various events. We have almost 20 people in this group and we are trying to provide excellent information to Korean people in the U of A.
HJ

Hillel Jewish Students' Association

"Hillel Edmonton/Jewish Students’ Association seeks to provide a focus for the Jewish student community on the University of Alberta campus through programs and provides opportunities for social interaction between Jewish students. | Hillel Edmonton seeks to present the richness of Judaism and Jewish life to the University of Alberta campus in a safe and welcoming environment."
AS

African Students' Association

Our student group focuses on celebrating Africa's diversity. Through this, we work on debunking various misconceptions that surround our beautiful continent. In addition, we also focus on inhencing our members experience at the university through workshops, galas, and numerous more events.
LA

Latin American Students' Association

| The Latin American Students' Association promotes the Latin American culture both inside and outside the University of Alberta. We encourage people from all different races, age groups, genre and cultural backgrounds to join our group in order to establish and share a cross-cultural university experience which will enable us to expand our values and develop ourselves as "citizens of the world". We will organize cultural, recreational and... Read More →
MS

Muslim Students' Association

The Muslim Student’s Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students in all areas of student life. We are a faith based student group that recognizes the importance of spirituality and academics and strive to find a balance. On campus we hope to connect like minded students and support them in practicing their faith. We offer different events and initiatives to engage our members while connecting them to their campus community and... Read More →
VS

Vietnamese Students' Association

"Throughout the year, VSA organizes social, cultural, and charitable events in order to spread awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese culture and language. | We periodically work in partnership with other Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese organizations in the community/campus with lots of volunteer opportunities. | | Additionally, VSA acts as a social networking group allowing students to interact and establish relationships. In doing so, we... Read More →
PS

Polish Students' Association

The Polish Students' Association promotes Polish tradition, culture, and language through events involving Polish cuisine, film, as well as dialogue, social gatherings and other activities. The Polish Club also collaborates with other clubs to host and participate in larger, intercultural events and festivals.
PT

Power to Change

Want to live an adventurous faith while at the UofA? Power to Change is a group of Jesus-followers dedicated to growing in their faith and living on mission together during our time as students. As part of one of the largest evangelical Christian organizations in the world, we exist on university campuses to help students discover and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus! Come sign up to join a Discipleship Group (a small group that... Read More →
PS

Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA)-University of Alberta Chapter

"Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) will lead all individuals who are graduates or pursuant of higher education towards a deeper commitment in God in lifestyle and service. | | The main objectives of PENSA UofA Chapter shall include, but not limited to: | | 1. Win souls for Jesus Christ. | 2. Provide opportunity among students and alumni for spiritual edification and encourage deeper commitment to God’s work. | 3. Help members... Read More →
EK

Edmonton Korean First Presbyterian Church

Our service is directed towards the youth and young adults who are wanting to take part in worship and hear God's Word in English, this includes ethnic Koreans who speak English and want to attend the same church as their family. Our service is not a cultural binding service - any English speaking individual is a welcomed guest! We also have weekly events to take part in for a deeper level of community and discipleship. Our purpose is to be a... Read More →
CS

Chinese Students Club

Chinese Students Club is a student group that provides a platform between the West & the East through a series of social events and opportunities to learn how to get involved with the Chinese community in Edmonton. Want to learn Chinese or practice your English outside of the classroom & enjoy yourself? Or have you always wanted to do like the Asian dramas, but have yet to find a group? We've here for that!
DC

Dream Corps

Dream Corps works closely with local governments, schools, educators, communities, and parents to set up libraries, provide quality books, and run reading activities to cultivate the interest and ability for self-guided learning in rural children.
UB

University Bible Fellowship

The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is a non-denominational, Christian evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
ED

ECCC Daniel fellowship

ECCC Danielfellowship is a youth fellowship under Edmonton Chirstian Community Church. It consists of students from all the faculties to attend.
UO

U of A Cantonese Fellowship

A Christian fellowship targeted Cantonese speaking student around campus. Our group provides various kinds of activity for people to make friends and gain support from others. All of our programs will be cinducted in Cantonese.
IC

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

IVCF u of a is a student group that believes the wildest adventures are found in the pursuit of friendships with each other and with God. Love for anyone to join us where ever you may be in your faith journey.
AS

Asian Students on Kampus

AKCSE is a non-profit professional organization that assists Korean and Canadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential through fostering international cooperation between the two countries. The student chapter at the University of Alberta is one of over fifteen chapters across various universities in Canada, and aims to provide networking opportunities for students with professionals in science and engineering. AKCSE... Read More →
UO

U of A Navigators

| The Navigators is a community of students from varied backgrounds who are on the journey of seeking, knowing and loving Jesus. The goal is to encourage each other to become followers of Jesus' life and teachings as we explore life together. We desire to experience and have our lives shaped by the Good News of Jesus, discover our purposes in life for the glory of God, and alert people to the kingship and goodness of Jesus Christ. Along... Read More →
US

Ukrainian Students Society

The Ukrainian Students Society (USS) holds various cultural, athletic, political, and of course social events throughout the year! You do not need to be Ukrainian to join- everyone is welcome!


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

13:00

Clubs Fair, Friday Afternoon [Sports & Recreation]
Organizers
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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 →

Exhibitors
C

Curling

The Saville Community Sports Centre has a variety of curling opportunities for students: Learn-to-Curl, Rookie League, University League, and discounted practice ice!
UO

University of Alberta Triathlon Club

"The University of Alberta Triathlon Club is a social group which fosters an environment where members can develop, practice, and improve their triathlon skills. | Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; our club holds regular coached training sessions. Beginners are welcome. Our club is open to people of all abilities, and offers an amazing social network and support system for athletes of all levels. Whether you have never been in a... Read More →
UO

U of A Ultimate Club

Promoting our club to the student body, For beginners looking to have fun and learn the sport and intermediate looking to expand there skills.
UO

University of Alberta Chess Club

We are an on-campus club. We play chess regularly on weekdays, most likely Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-6 during the coming fall semester. We are always eagerly looking for new members, of all skill levels, to join our club. If you already know how to play, you are welcome to join us, if you don't know how to play, you are still welcome. We are very happy to teach new chess players. We will also be holding some joint projects with the Edmonton... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Dance Club

Students will be able to get the chance to learn how to tango, waltz, cha-cha and seven other ballroom dances from standard to latin. We have classes and membership students can purchase during clubs fair or ask us questions about dancing.
UO

University of Alberta Table Tennis Club

Promoting the Passion to Play Ping Pong. A table tennis club that encourages people of all skill levels to improve and have fun. We meet on Thursdays from 5 to 7 PM at Education Gym (South). Paddles and balls can be borrowed during sessions. Each weekly session consists of practice time and ladder-style King's Court. Tournaments (singles) are hosted each semester with cool prizes to be won. We offer coaching for those who would like to improve... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Figure Skating Club

The University of Alberta Figure Skating Club offers students of the U of A as well as community members the opportunity to figure skate at regular times during the academic year (September-April). We provide approximately 7 hours of ice time per week to our members. Our practice sessions take place at the Clare Drake Arena located at the University of Alberta Main Campus. We are NOT a learn-to skate club and all members must have some previous... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Water Polo Club

The Water Polo club is a recreational club for people who love, or would love to learn the sport of water polo. We practice once a week for two hours in the West Pool, where we focus on developing skills, playing games and having fun! The club participates in at least one tournament per year in addition to a number of scrimmages with other clubs from the Edmonton area. No experience is required, but some swimming ability is necessary. Whether you... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Outdoors Club

The UAOC is passionate about connecting students to Canada's wild spaces! The club runs trips at cost throughout the school year, including activities for all skill levels from hostel trips to multi-day backpacking expeditions, from snowshoeing to mountain scrambling. The club connects members to an extensive and free gear library, opportunities to learn and develop outdoor skills, and a broad community of like-minded people. We even host a... Read More →
UO

University of Alberta Scuba Club

The U of A Scuba Club organizes events for scuba divers and people who want to try Scuba diving. During the diving season we will be organizing carpools to go to diving events around Alberta. In the winter, we organize pool sessions for people who would like to try out diving and certified divers. For reading week we will be organizing a trip to Bahamas to go diving. In addition to our scuba events, we have a number of social events and... Read More →
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Swing-Out Edmonton Dance Club

"Welcome to the Swing-Out Edmonton’s Website! We are a non-profit University of Alberta student group who loves sharing the joy of swing dancing. We hold many fun dances, teach classes, perform and run workshops. There is no need to have a partner, just come prepared to have a swingin’ good time. | | Swing Out Edmonton is dedicated to spreading the love of swing dancing across campus and building a vibrant swing dance community. We... Read More →
UO

U of A Ski and Snowboard Club

The University of Alberta Ski & Snowboard Club is a hub for awesomeness of all types. We host 5 trips a year centering around convenient times for students to escape such as: New Years, Reading Week and the spring time. We don't just stop at trips, throughout the year we host up to 6 parties to help get your ski community fix. Whether you're a shredding veteran, just getting started, or simply want to meet wicked new people, the U of A Ski... Read More →
MC

MOD Contemporary Dance Movement

MOD is a student-directed, senior-level dance company that holds auditions for dancers with intermediate-advanced levels in the discipline of contemporary dance. This company of 25 members total works every week to maintain technique and flexibility, choreograph and direct dance routines in a variety of disciplines, and host fundraising events and social outings to team-build and make meaningful connections within the academic year.
CS

Club Sports Program

"Club Sports: | | Student Led – Student Delivered – Student Focused | | The Club Sports Program inspires and empowers the University of Alberta community to explore a diverse selection of physical activities while fostering an inclusive and social environment. | | As an integral component of the Campus and Community Recreation program and the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, the Club Sports program strives to meet... Read More →
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Debate Society

The University of Alberta Debate Society, established in 1908, is the oldest university debating society in Western Canada, as well as the oldest club on the U of A campus. The UADS offers a unique opportunity to increase knowledge of current events, foster public speaking skills and enhance the ability to think on your feet.
CT

Cheer Team

The U of A Cheer team competes within Canada and the USA as a co-ed level 6 team. We practice 2 times a week and are involved in many events in and around campus. Tryouts will be held September 5th and 6th in the RTF building. Email crcheer@ualberta.ca for more information. *Experience is not necessary.


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

15:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: The Frolics
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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The Frolics

Formed on a sultry southern night in East Nashville in 2007, The Frolics blend elements of Surf (Dick Dale), Punk (The Dead Kennedys) and Camp (The Cramps). This shaken, not stirred, cocktail yields a potent mix of what they like to call “B-Movie Bombshell Surf"... with a twang! | | On the strength of their self titled 2008 release, The Frolics gigged regularly in Nashville (Amy playing bass like the devil and singing like an angel... Read More →


Friday September 4, 2015 15:00 - 15:45
Main Quad

16:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: The Dudes
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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The Dudes

The Dudes, a Calgary-based band, infuse an emotional blend of Al Green and the Flaming Lips – soul music and early 1990′s distortion. Dan Vacon, singer-songwriter for The Dudes since their start in the late 90′s, has the ability to draw audiences in through his distinct vocal style – a mixture of strong pop melody, sly double entendres, and pure soul. The Dudes have produced several lo-fi releases since their inception... Read More →



Friday September 4, 2015 16:00 - 16:45
Main Quad

17:00

WOW Mainstage Live Music: illScarlet
Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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illScarlett

illScarlett is a pop-infused rock reggae band based in Toronto, Canada. The band found their break when they decided to play outside "guerrilla style" the 2004 Vans Warped Tour venue in front of fans waiting in line to get in, this led to short stints over the past few years on Warped. They’ve toured throughout Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia, supporting several artists including blink-182, Pepper, Dirty... Read More →


Friday September 4, 2015 17:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:00

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Ticket Sales End
Friday September 4, 2015 18:00 - 18:00
Main Quad

18:30

WOW Mainstage: Beer Gardens Closed
Friday September 4, 2015 18:30 - 18:30
Main Quad

19:00

WOW Block Party
Come out to celebrate the first week of school, and check out the finished expansion to your Students' Union Building. Food trucks, beer gardens, live music & a fireworks show to end the night!

The food trucks will be parked on 89 Avenue and accessible outside of the Beer Gardens.

18+ | Valid ID required to enter the Beer Gardens

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7.00pm :: Beer Gardens open
8.00pm :: Live music starts
9.45pm :: Fireworks!
10.00pm :: Bar closes
11.00pm :: Beer Gardens close

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Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 


Friday September 4, 2015 19:00 - 23:00
SUB Patio
 
Saturday, September 5
 

19:00

Headphone Disco
Headphone Disco are the biggest 'silent party' people around performing their unique 'TwoDeejaySuperShow' to enthusiastic crowds around the world. Each show involves arming clubbers with their own set of wireless two-channel headphones, switching off the sound-system and having two DJs spin two completely different sets side by side from Headphone Disco's visually enhanced stage set-up. Call it a silent disco, call it a headphone party or call it whatever you want, either way it's a truly unforgettable experience.

Headphone Disco is a unique, surreal and hugely enjoyable experience that's been rocking the college, festival and club circuit since 2007. From London to Lisbon and Moscow to Montreal the reaction to this silent party sensation has been immense as party people embrace one of the most talked about and freshest of dance party experiences.

Organizers
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UASU Events

UASU Events hosts a number of events throughout the year, including Week of Welcome, Campus Cup, Antifreeze, movie nights, comedy nights, and  more. 

Performers
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Headphone Disco

Since 2007 we’ve been around the globe dropping our silent madness everywhere. From world-renowned festivals like Creamfields (UK), WEMF (Canada) and Firefly Festival (USA) to club and college tours, music cruises with the likes of Paramore and Kiss and brand activation events for everyone from Yahoo to British Airways we’ve truly seen it all. We’ve taken this surreal concept that is Headphone Disco and turned it into a... Read More →


Saturday September 5, 2015 19:00 - Sunday September 6, 2015 01:00
Main Quad