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Alberta Law Review Society (Alberta Law Review)

The Alberta Law Review is a peer-reviewed legal academic journal that is published quarterly and run by law students at the University of Alberta.

Alberta Not-for-Profit Association (ANPA)

The Alberta School of Business' not-for-profit case competition will host 8-12 teams from business schools across Canada and the United States in early March of 2017 to compete in a dynamic and innovative initiative.

Alberta Pharmacy Students' Association (APSA)

Alberta Pharmacy Students' Association (APSA) is the group responsible for representing the interests of undergraduate pharmacy students enrolled in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta.

Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG)

APIRG's Mandate: APIRG is student run, student funded and exists to give students funding and resources to be active citizens.

Alberta Students Offering Support (Alberta SOS)

Students Offering Support is an NPO which coordinates exam review sessions for university courses. We ask students for a donation to attend; which goes toward education related building projects in Latin America that students attend and participate in.

Alpha Gamma Delta (Alpha Gam)

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

Alpha Psi Sorority (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.

Alzheimer's Students Association (ASA)

Alzheimer’s Students Association University of Alberta will educate and fundraise for the Alzheimer Society of Canada (Alberta/NWT) in order to raise awareness and assist with ongoing research within the field of dementia.

Anjoman Andisheh (Andisheh)

The Anjoman Andisheh is a non-political, non-profit association, with no religious affiliation, aimed at promoting critical dialogues on social, cultural and historical topics.

Ansar Youth Association (AYA)

Seek to serve the community by fostering relationships with youth and cultivating a sense of ownership and leadership to the community. We try to achieve this by providing opportunities to learn, volunteer, gather skills and make connections in the city.