WHO ARE WE?
–an acronym for Health Sciences Undergraduate Student Union
An entirely volunteer-run student organization, Health Sciences Undergraduate Student Union (HSUSU) represents the 3800 students within the Health Sciences Bachelor program, whether it be the Bachelor of Arts stream or the Sciences stream ( Life Sciences stream or the Population Quantitative Health Sciences (PQHS) . Through a variety of social events, networking events, a mentorship program, an online publication and more, HSUSU provides countless leadership opportunities, while bridging together students, alumni, faculty members, and industry.
To promote and represent the interests of undergraduate students in the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) and to provide opportunities for personal and professional development.
To fulfill this mission, we shall endeavor to:
- Advocate for undergraduate student issues at the faculty and university level.
- Maintain communication with and provide information regarding the activities of the Simon Fraser Student Society, other student unions and clubs, the Faculty and other University organizations.
- Offer resources and organize activities of educational, social, recreational and career/professional value for the membership.
- To undertake projects which reflect objective(s) and/or interests of members.
Automatic membership in the Student Union shall be extended to all undergraduate students* in the Faculty of Health Sciences who qualify as:
*Including all students enrolled in Health Sciences courses in the current semester.