What is SAMRU
As a SAMRU member you have access to all of SAMRU’s services whether online or in-person, as well as the Wyckham House Student Centre, and a wide variety of student clubs where you can meet other students and build a sense of community at Mount Royal.
The Students’ Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU)
The Students’ Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) represents and serves Mount Royal University students to help them succeed. SAMRU is a charitable organization with three main functional areas: governance, representation, and operations, all with the same beliefs:
- We are dedicated to our members.
- We are intentionally accepting.
- We are accountable.
- We cultivate a learning culture.
- We are courageous.
- We value strong, cohesive community.
- We value fun.
Equity, Diversity, and Meaningful Inclusion
In order to sustainably change systemic inequities, organizations have a role to play by engaging with their staff and target audiences in ways that are actively anti-racist and inclusive. This requires acknowledgement that systemic/structural oppression exists in our society, and that these systems create explicit and implicit barriers to full inclusion for identifiable individuals and groups. It also involves intentionally seeking out and working to dismantle oppressive or exclusionary internal structures.
SAMRU has worked consistently over the years to identify and dismantle oppressive or inequitable systems and structures within itself to create a more inclusive and equitable organization for all its members and staff.