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AAC - Academic Affairs Commission

AAC - Academic Affairs CommissionThe Academic Affairs Commission was created in 1991 when the Education Commission was formally split into the Social Issues Commission and the Academic Affairs Commission.  The Academic Affairs Commission is responsible for advocating on behalf of students and supporting students in all matters of an academic nature.

Our Mission Statement

To educate students on relevant post-secondary issues and to engage them, to advocate on behalf of students both internally and externally, and to facilitate student needs through our various committees, coordinators, and services.

The AAC is here to help you! Be it through our Academic Grievance Centre (AGC), increasing financial aid awareness, helping you vote and getting you to the polls, or by advocating for an improved post-secondary education system at the provincial and federal level.

Does any of this sound interesting to you? The AAC also has many opportunities for you to get involved! I encourage you to read the committee descriptions and apply. Hiring occurs in September and March and applications will be available online and in the main AMS lounge area.


Academic Affairs Commissioner

Read Leask
(613) 533-6000 ext.33154
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