Update on SA services during a strike or lockout

In the event of a strike or lockout at Ontario colleges, the Student Association of George Brown College’s (SA) programs and services will operate as normal for the benefit of students. 

The following SA offices will be open during regular operating hours:

Casa Loma campus
142 Kendal Ave., Room e100
416-415-5000 Ext. 4730

St. James campus
200 King St. E.. Room 147
416-415-5000 Ext. 2455
 

Waterfront campus
51 Dockside Dr., Room 033
416-415-5000 Ext. 5360

SA  sponsored events will continue during a strike or lockout. For a list of our events please visit: http://studentassociation.ca/events

*Food vendors may choose to close at their discretion
** Ryerson SA office will be closed

DisOrientation 2017

DisOrientation 2017 Oct. 2 This year’s theme: Foundations. Because as students, we can build each other up. Come together to learn and skill-share around issues of consent, anti-black racism, self-care, free education, and more. Hosted by the Community Action Centre

A week-long series of social justice events welcoming new and returning students and community members. This year’s theme: Foundations. Because as students, we can build each other up.

Come together to learn and skill-share around issues of consent, anti-black racism, self-care, free education, and more.

Hosted by the Community Action Centre

 

Queer Care Day: Drop-in Crafting

Monday Oct. 2
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
200 King St. E., St. James campus
Community Action Centre room 165B
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-Care

 

Fight the Fees Meeting

Organizing for free education

Tuesday, Oct. 3
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Student Lounge, Casa Loma campus
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-FTF

 

Shut It Uncle Bob! Addressing Racism from Family Friends and Loved Ones

Workshop on confronting racism

Wednesday, Oct. 4
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
St. James A building, 200 King St. E.
Career Centre, room B155, workshop room #2
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-Bob

 

Sisters in Spirit Vigil

Honouring missing and murdered indigenous women

Wednesday, Oct. 4
5:45 p.m. – Meet at the Community Action Centre room 165B
6:00 p.m. – Depart to Allan Gardens
6:30 p.m. – Vigil at Allan Gardens
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-Sisters

 

The Hallmark of Tolerance

Film screening and panel on anti-black racism

Thursday, Oct. 5
6:45 p.m. – doors & food
7:15 p.m. – film starts (running time 91 minutes)
9:30 p.m. – panel & event ends
St. James campus, room 128, 200 King St. E.,
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-Tolerance

 

Consent and Consumption

Workshop on harm reduction and consent
Friday Oct. 6
11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. James A building, 200 King St. E.,
Quiet Lounge, room F150 (inside the King’s Lounge)
http://bit.ly/CACdisO-Consent

 

All DisOrientation events are free and open to students and community. Find specific accessibility info in the description of each event.

Questions/Accommodations: cacassistant@sagbc.ca

 

Special Meeting of Members

special meeting of members

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
George Brown College
Casa Loma campus (Student Centre, E Building, main floor) 142 Kendal Ave.

The Student Association of George Brown College (SA) invites all full-time students—SA members—to participate in our Special Meeting of Members.

The special meeting package with the agenda, proposed changes to the bylaws, and proxy forms are 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, lunch provided.

Health Benefits Survey

Health Benefits Deadline

The Student Association of George Brown College invites you to participate in our 2017 Student Health Benefit Satisfaction survey.   

This survey is an integral part of our continuation to provide you with quality and relevant health benefit plan options and the results will be used to improve your health benefit program. 

Please click on this link for the SA Health Survey.

Your participation is voluntary and your feedback will not be linked to you or affect your health benefit coverage with the Student Association of George Brown College. 

 

Meet your club executives!


Do you love networking?

You might be on Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, but how about networking in real life?

Joining or forming a club is a great way to engage with other students, organize events and it looks great on your résumé!

What is a club?

A club is a group of students who come together for a wide range of purposes.

For more information: Drop by any Student Association office or contact our clubs co-ordinator: clubs@sagbc.ca

Russ Adade joins SA as new clubs and involvement co-ordinator

Russ Adade clubs coordinator
Russ Adade (right) joins the SA as the new clubs and involvement co-ordinator.

Russ Adade joins the  Student Association of George Brown College today as our new clubs and involvement co-ordinator.

Russ comes to us from University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union as the former vice president of campus life and chair of the clubs committee.

His employment history includes his most recent position as the events and marketing co-ordinator for an education group.

Russ is an ideal fit for the SA clubs program and we would like you to join us in welcoming Russ to our team.

To contact Russ about clubs please email clubs@sagbc.ca