The Acadia Students’ Union represents undergraduate and graduate students at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Acadia was a founding member of ANSSA in 2003.
Undergraduate Enrolment 3,478 FT, 129 PT, 3,607 total
Tuition: Arts – $7,944 Sciences – $7,944
Graduate Enrolment 206 FT, 441 PT, 647 total
Tuition: Arts – $7,899 Sciences – $5,535
International Enrolment 434 FT, 10.2% of total student population
Tuition: Arts (UG) – $15,903 Sciences (UG) – $15,903 Arts (G)- $16,058 Sciences (G) – $11,188
George is a fifth year Environment and Sustainability Studies (ESST) Honours student. Although originally from Barrie, Ontario, George loves living and studying in Nova Scotia and, more specifically, the Annapolis Valley. George’s passion for politics and advancing student supports led him to get involved with the Acadia Students’ Union (ASU) and to run for President. George is happy to represent Acadia students on the Students Nova Scotia board and seeks to help advance the accessibility and affordability of post-secondary education within the province.
Makenzie is a fifth year Biology Honours student and is currently fulfilling final requirements for the Cooperative Education Program. After spending several years working with students at Acadia and the Wolfville community through volunteer initiatives, she wanted to try to help students in a different way. As Vice President Academic & External for the Acadia Students’ Union, she is responsible for representing students on all academic matters at Acadia University and engaging with external advocacy organizations. Makenzie is very excited to collaborate with partner universities through the members of the StudentsNS board to advocate for students and student needs through a united voice.