The GSA works with a number of smaller, department-based fee-levy associations in order to positively contribute to graduate student life and wellbeing. From networking events to finding a community, our sub-associations strive to enrich the experience of all graduate students at Concordia University.
Below is a full list of our sub-associations for the 2022-2023 academic year.
How to Register a Club/Association
In order to be recognized by the GSA and the University, student groups must also register with the Dean of Students Office.
By registering, student groups will be able to:
- Receive funding from GSA
- Book spaces on campus
- Apply for alcohol and food permits on campus
Groups must re-register every year starting June 1.
In order to register or re-register a student group with GSA, the proposed group must present the following documents to the faculty manager:
- Operating Budget for the Previous Academic Year (if available);
- Operating Budget for the Current Academic Year;
- Bylaws of the Association;
- Group Registration Form.
Once these documents have been received by the Faculty Manager, it must then get signed by a GSA executive before being send to the Dean of Students office for final approval.
Arts & Sciences
A student-led association for graduate students in Art Education.
President 2nd Year:
President 1st Year:
Social Media Coordinator:
Art Collective Coordinator 2nd Year:
Art Collective Coordinator 1st Year:
The Economics Graduate Students’ Association of Concordia University (EGSA) represents all economics graduate students at the Faculty of Arts and Science of Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, Canada. The EGSA seeks to stimulate and enrich the professional development, academic interests and social interactions of its members. The EGSA strives to foster a sense of community, cooperation and communication among its members.
Email: [email protected]
Gina Cody School
John Molson School
School of Graduate Studies
A student-led association for doctoral students in Film.
A student-led association for graduate students from Bangladesh
As a community of accomplished scholars and professionals, IRANSA seeks to foster lasting connections among members and to provide valuable support and resources to Iranian students pursuing their academic and career goals at Concordia and beyond.
IRANSA is dedicated to organizing workshops and events across several fields, such as science, education, culture, art, and entertainment.