Need a little help setting up your new apartment? The GSA is pleased to offer an IKEA toolbox that Concordia grad students can borrow for a 24 or 48 hour period.
Read the full regulations for toolbox rental here.
“Waste Not, Want Not” is an educational compost campaign organized by a coalition of students, staff and faculty at Concordia University.
Date: September 6 to 20, 2016
Location: SGW and Loyola
Cost: This event is free!
Click here to see how you can get involved in the campaign.
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The GSA will be running certification training programs for Concordia grad students. Now, we are creating a database of people who have already completed certifications (such as Oracle, CCNA, CAPM, etc.). Graduate students who already have certifications may be able to assist in training other students who would like to earn those certifications.
We are creating a database of all potential trainers, which we can draw from to run training sessions during the 2016-2017 academic year.
We are looking for graduate students from any faculty with any type of professional certification.
If you have a certification and might be interested in training other students who are seeking the same certification, please send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Certification Training Application“.
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Visit us with your friends and enjoy some time spent playing FIFA 2016 in the GSA House for FREE!
We will soon be hosting a FIFA 2016 gaming tournament, so start practicing!
Please provide Concordia ID to the GSA office to gain access to the PS4. Full regulations regarding use of the PS4 are available at the GSA office.
The School of Graduate Studies is launching the Graduate Community Building Fund to foster intellectual communities across graduate programs at Concordia. The fund will provide up to $5,000 to student-driven projects that have the support of graduate program directors.
Click to read more about the new Graduate Community Building Fund.
Student Association Registration expires every year on May 31st. This means your Student Association must re-register for the 2016-2017 year. Registering your Student Association will allow you to:
–Receive funding from your umbrella association (the GSA)
–Book spaces on campus
–Apply for alcohol and food permits on campus
Follow the link to re-register your student association, or create a new one: Find the link here.
Once you have filled out the online form, print it out, collect all required signatures, and bring it to the GSA office.
Please note: Phone numbers of the Members of the Governing Body must be included.