So you’re starting at Mount Royal University this fall. You’ve registered for your classes, perhaps taken a campus tour, and you’re ready to start your academic journey at one of the best (in our entirely unbiased opinion) post-secondary institutions in Alberta. But did you know that getting involved outside the classroom is crucial to your overall success at university?
Of course, going to class and getting a degree is why you’re at MRU. But going to university is so much more than just going to class.
Whatever your goals, we’re here to help you succeed inside and outside the classroom. You can find meaningful opportunities to get involved, learn new skills, and build your resume right at your Students’ Association! Make new friends, make a difference, and make your university experience memorable; your student experience is yours to define.
For the student seeking a flexible role where you choose your own hours! Successful candidates will work in a variety of roles including, but not limited to, event support, engagement activities, food and beverage support, and more.
West Gate Social Kitchen Staff
Looking for experience working in a kitchen? Look no further than your campus social spot, West Gate Social! West Gate Social is reopening the kitchen after two years of closure due to the pandemic. Be a part of its exciting return!
Poster Display Assistant
Even in the digital age, posters are still one of the most effective marketing tools for the student audience. Help us communicate to members, credit MRU students, by implementing exceptional campaigns created by our in-house designers and maintaining the cleanliness of our displays.
Apply for the SAMRU Student Governing Board
The Student Governing Board (SGB) is collectively the organization’s highest decision-making body and is responsible for the overall strategic direction of SAMRU. Governors receive excellent training and support in areas of board governance and committee work.
Volunteer on a representation committee
Support your elected student representatives, the Representation Executive Council (REC), in their advocacy work. You’ll assist in advocating on behalf of your classmates on the issues that matter most to post-secondary students.
Support your fellow students as a service volunteer
Assist in the facilitation of food and financial support services through your Students’ Association, provide referrals within and outside of campus, and keep SAMRU’s centres and spaces accessible and safe.
Join or start a club
Find your kind! Clubs are a great way to explore your interests, meet new people, and pursue your passions. Join an existing club or start your own– it’s easy!
Whatever your interests, you can find meaningful and exciting opportunities right on campus at your Students’ Association. There are a ton of ways to get involved– make sure to follow us on social so you don’t miss a thing!