The Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC) helps the University of Alberta provide an environment that encourages full access, participation and success for Aboriginal students. Our vision statement recognizes our commitment to the Aboriginal
Afghan Students' Association is a network of Afghan and non-Afghan students at the U of A. It facilitates socializing among Afghan students and raises awareness about the Afghan culture, and promotes education in the Afghan community.
AFSA is a dynamic student group that promotes cultural diversity.
The student branch of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Edmonton.
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.
Asian Students on Campus (ASC) is a chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), and is proudly the first Asian-based IVCF community in Canada. Being one-of-a-kind, ASC offers a community that welcomes Christian and non-Christian Asian students.
BAKA is a social club for anime and Japanese culture appreciation, we meet on Monday evenings and watch anime from 6-9pm. We also participate in local conventions (such as Animethon) as a representative of post-secondary membership.
To provide physical and spiritual assistance, and strengthen Jewish awareness and identity.
Chinese Graduate Students Club is a student group, which is mainly formed by Chinese graduate students at the University of Alberta and aims at supplying comprehensive services, both on daily life and professional development, for her members at UofA.
We aim help new Chinese students and scholars adapt the new academic and culture environment; to assist them on academic and working challenges; to promote Chinese culture, and establish friendship between other Chinese and Canadian Organizations.