Dalhousie Commerce Society represents the interests of Commerce Co-op students in all areas and acts as a link between the administration and students. All Commerce students are automatically members of the Society. Contact Andrew Gniewek.
MBA Society represents the collective interests of MBA students within academic, professional and social realms. Contact Jonathan Butts.
Dalhousie Finance Society familiarizes students with retail, commercial, corporate and investment banking, debt and equity capital markets, and positions in corporate finance and risk management.
School of Information Management Students' Association provides a forum for student opinion by promoting the exchange of ideas among students, faculty and other academic departments. It also offers extracurricular professional activities and social functions. Contact Ariel Kleber or Mark McHale.
Canadian Library Association is the nation's advocacy group for libraries, the people who work in them and the individuals they serve. CLA–Dalhousie serves the students of the School of Information Management by facilitating professional mentoring and fundraising supports.
Special Libraries Association Student Group is an international organization for innovative information professionals. The Dalhousie group seeks to provide networking and professional development opportunities for students interested in the special library field.
SRES Student Society exists to promote fellowship among students, faculty, staff and alumni, voice concerns and engage in decision-making, and promote members' interests in their related disciplines and future professions. Contact Rebecca McNeil (MES) or Bryan Adkins (MREM).
Marine Affairs Student Society convenes events and publishes student works. All MMM students are automatically members. Contact the Marine Affairs Office.
Public Administration Students’ Society acts as a forum for student concerns and organizes social and athletic events. Contact Laura Swain.
Dalhousie International Business Society helps business students obtain valuable information about global business practices while enjoying the student experience.
Dalhousie Management Society is the voice for our Bachelor of Management students. It's one of the key avenues through which the program’s students are connected to the faculty and the administration. Contact Cate Graham or Julia Finnigan.
ACE (Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship) is a national, not-for-profit organization that helps young Canadians create brighter futurs for themselves and their communities. Working in partnership with business and higher education, it organizes and motivates teams of students who practice and teach others the principles and values of entrepreneurship and market economies.
Dalhousie Student Union membership includes all students registered with full or part-time status, each of whom pays a fee which goes toward various student services. The DSU also provides social outlets for its members. It has over 180 student societies which cover religious, political, social and special interests.
Dalhousie Association of Graduate Students has been representing grad students for over 25 years, acting as their advocate at the local, provincial and national level. Contact Eric Pegolo.
Student Senator. Contact Alexander Szumilas.