We are the students of George Brown College, committed to supporting each other in the struggle for student rights, the pursuit of quality education and the provision of services in a safe, accessible and equitable environment.
News from your Student Association of George Brown College.
Monday, March 6
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. James Kings Lounge (Room 150)
The Student Association of George Brown College (SA) invites all full-time students—SA members—to participate in our Spring General Meeting.
Meeting packages with motions, proxies, and proposed changes to the bylaws will be available for pickup at all Student Association front offices during regular office hours five business days before the meeting.
Please join us and learn more about your Student Association.
The Student Association of George Brown College produces about 20,000 copies of an annual student handbook/agenda called The Source. The cover of the agenda is designed by students through a contest we run during the winter semester each year.
Width 5.25 inches · Height 8.1875 inches · Spiral binding leave 3/8″ on left side · CMYK · 300 dpi · 0.125 inches bleed on all sides
Between Nov. 14 and Dec. 14, the Holiday Food Drive successfully collected 375 donation bags of food, exceeding our goal of 300.
All the food donations were directly placed onto the shelves of our student food banks, immediately helping students in need across all three campuses.
We couldn’t have done it without your kind and generous hearts. The Student Association food bank family would like to sincerely thank all faculty, staff and students for all of your support and generous donations!
Jan. 22, 2017 is the deadline to apply for Student Awards. This is done through your student STU-View account under the “Student Awards” tab. This year, the Student Association has 239 combined awards, scholarships and bursaries to be disbursed with a total of $427,000.
If you paid the health benefits fee for fall 2016, your benefits information is available at wespeakstudent.com. Simply click George Brown College. You can also visit one of the Student Association offices to verify your benefit coverage.
Please be advised for those students who are part of the Student Association Annual Health Benefits Plan that your emergency out of Canada Health Insurance plan is valid until Dec. 22, 2016.
If you plan to stay outside of Canada after Dec. 22, 2016, it is your responsibility to top-up your travel insurance to correspond to your return date to Canada (please refer to your air tickets).
If you need to top-up or check your travel insurance coverage please contact:
This letter should be no more than 250 words, indicating why you wish to serve on the Board, and outline what skills and experience you bring that would contribute positively to the governance of the Student Association.
The Board of Directors will review all application letters received and appoint the best-suited candidate.
If you wish to apply, kindly submit your letter to the Director of Communications & Internal by email at email@example.com no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7.