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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

ASU Elections Are Upon Us

ASU is seeking committed student leaders to fill the exec positions for the winter 2023 tern. The following roles are open: President, VP Internal, VP Academic, VP Finance, VP Communications (2 positions), VP Social and VP Retail.

Head over to to nominate yourself – you’ll need just 10 nominations to make your candidacy official.

The election period dates are:

UWFM is a student design team that competes in the Formula SAE student design series. Each year we design, build, and then race an open-wheel formula-style race car. UWFM operates as a team made up of six separate sub-teams: Powertrain, Suspension, Chassis, Aerodynamics, Electronics, and Business. The Business team is further split up into 6 departments: Finance, Marketing, Sponsors Relation, Social Media, Website Management and the Business Case. We are looking to recruit two new members to each department and have a wide variety of positions available.

Welcome first year Arts students to UWaterloo! You probably didn't expect to experience your first year of university online, but there are definitely lots of ways to make the most out of this unique situation. One way to do so is by becoming a First Year Representative of the Arts Student Union (ASU)! It is a remote opportunity that you won't regret as you build on your leadership and gain a deeper understanding of all the societies within the Arts Faculty.  

Friday, August 14, 2020

What's your vision for Arts?

The Faculty of Arts is now in the consultation phase of creating its Strategic Plan 2020-2025 and we’re eager to receive your input. Over the past weeks, members of the strategic planning task force have been meeting by videoconference with campus groups and community stakeholders (including faculty, staff, students and alumni) to discuss your vision for Arts. It’s been a pleasure and an enlightening experience to speak directly with some of you and to hear your views.