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There’s something for everyone! Take a look at the different groups we have to offer and find your people today!

Anthropology Student Society (MASS)

M.A.S.S. is a special interest group with a focus towards anthropology in all respects: cultural, archaeological, linguistic and biological. The club is a public group appealing to general interests with an anthropological slant. We put on several fun events open to club members as well as to the public, while we also offer more specific academic resources in regards to helping anthropology students gain exposure to various fields in anthropology.

Contact: mass.macewan@gmail.com

History & Classics Club

The MacEwan History and Classics Club is a group of passionate students who wish to discuss the disciplines of history and classics in a critical way. All while ensuring that the environment feels safe and comfortable for students, and providing a space where all stories can be heard. To do this we often hold small events like movie viewings, pub events, trivia nights and more in order to foster a connection and a rapport with the student body population at Macewan, while also having fun while we are at it.

macewanhcc@gmail.com

Law Club

The MacEwan Law Club is your club to join if you are pursuing an education in law or simply to see if law is a good fit for you. We have LSAT studying materials available for use, and we offer an environment for you to meet like-minded students as well foster relationships with professional involved in the law industry through events.

Contact: MULawClub@gmail.com

Massage Therapy Club 

We are a group focused on helping massage students throughout their program by providing an outside to our class community. The massage club also focuses on helping the wellbeing of all students on the MacEwan campus using various events held around campus. Through these times of such adversity, the massage club hopes to bring positivity everyday to the students it supports and reminds them that our team is here to help. And to remind them that, together we got this!

Contact: macewan.massagetherapyclub@gmail.com

Math & Stats Club 

A group dedicated to connecting math/stats students through events.

Contact: macewanmathclub@gmail.com

The MacEwan Computer Science Club 

MacEwan Computer Sciences (MaCS) is a student group to help students studying computer sciences at MacEwan get in touch with support, resources, and networking within the computer sciences industry.

Contact: macewancs42@gmail.com

Student Psychology Network

The Student Psychology Network (SPN) is a club for those interested in the field of psychology. Through collaboration with colleagues and faculty, SPN aims to better student life by providing a forum of services and aid. From mentoring to guest speakers and other psych-related events, our goal is to create relationships that will assist individuals through their years at MacEwan.

Contact: MacEwanSPN@gmail.com

Design Students Organization

We are a club aiming to foster community for all creatives alike and help bridge the gap from academia to the design industry.

Contact: hello@dsoyeg.ca

Fine Art Club

Are you interested in being more involved in Edmonton’s arts community? Do you want to meet fellow student artists? Then we might be the club for you! Join us as we go to local exhibitions, host workshops, and support fellow students who are showing their work. Remember, you don’t need to be a Fine Arts student to join our club – you just have to be interested in art!

Contact: facmacewan@gmail.com

Improv Club

The Improv Club is dedicated to bringing people together under the banner of Improv. We provide a safe space to learn new theatre skills and improve on old ones. Zero experience is needed. You don’t need to be outgoing, you don’t even need to attend MacEwan, You just have to enjoy improv. Invite your friends and come out, and see what we are all about.

Contact: macewanimprov@gmail.com

MacEwan University in Motion

MacEwan University in Motion is a student run group for senior to advanced dancers looking to continue dancing at University in a variety of styles such as jazz, ballet, and contemporary.

Contact: macuinmotion@gmail.com

Macewan Film Club is a student group hoping to bring students and faculty members together through critical engagement with film. We will be holding screenings, performing analyses, and holding open discussions throughout the year! All are welcome!
 

Autism Awareness Club

The Autism Awareness Club is an advocacy club that strives to raise awareness for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on campus. We will host multiple events, fundraise and provide volunteer support for the Centre For Autism Services Alberta. Our goals are to help reduce stigma, alleviate some of the misconceptions and be allies to those on the spectrum- as well as to those with various mental health issues, and cultivate a safe and inclusive environment for like- minded individuals.

Contact: aac.macewan@gmail.com

Climate Justice MacEwan Club

Feeling climate anxiety and want to do something about it? Are you frustrated at the lack of global action on climate change despite scientist consensus? Are you interested in the intersections of climate change and other social issues? Look no further. Our mission is to engage students in community building, political organizing and climate science through unique volunteer opportunities and social events. Our vision is to create a grassroots community that promotes leadership and democracy, in line with climate justice and freedom from oppression. This club is open to everyone, with any level of experience.

Contact: climatejusticemacewan@gmail.com

FentaNIL Project

Founded in 2018, The FentaNIL Project is a student-led initiative based out of the University of Alberta. The FentaNIL Project aims to ameliorate the detrimental effects of the overdose crisis in Edmonton and the greater Alberta by facilitating free naloxone training, distributing take-home naloxone kits, and educating community members on overdose prevention strategies and synthetic opioids. This group will provide students with the opportunity to learn more about the opioid crisis as well as the types of resources that are available to those who may decide to turn to drugs as a coping method.

Contact: mufentanilproject@gmail.com

Girl Up

We are a club focused on empowering females to advocate for gender equality and take a stance on other social and political issues that are impacting their communities. We believe that there should be a safe space on MacEwan’s campus that allows womxn to openly discuss the hardships they have faced and provides them with leadership opportunities to educate and advocate for change. Girl Up MacEwan University will also work to engage our club in current events and issues across the globe.

Jack Mental Health – MacEwan Chapter Club

The purpose of our club is to connect with students, inform them about mental health services and encourage discussion about mental health- reducing the stigma. We hold weekly meetings for discussion and activities as well as holding events or info booths in an effort to increase mental health awareness on campus and show students that they aren’t alone.

Contact: jackmh.macewan@gmail.com

Schizophrenia Awareness

We raise money for Schizophrenia Society of Alberta. We will also do fundraising to raise money for a scholarship fund that goes to students with schizophrenia. In general, this is a social group that welcomes any student who wants to have fun and get to know more people. 

Contact: schizophrenia.awareness2019@gmail.com

Accounting Club

The purpose of the club is to engage students though education and opportunity. MUAC exists to help students in the Bachelor of Commerce degree discover the benefits and opportunities provided by a career in accounting. We do so through informative information sessions, networking opportunities, and accounting related charitable programs, with the ultimate goal to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of why accounting is a value creating career path.

Contact: communications@muac.ca

AIESEC

AIESEC enables young people to develop their leadership through learning from practical experiences in challenging environments.  This is done with our exchange program focused on a cross-cultural understanding in alignment with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. As a School of Business Club, we adapt to the entrepreneurial and internship development on a local and global scale, along with our volunteer opportunities open to everyone of all backgrounds and experiences.

Contact: aisec.edmonton@gmail.com

Commerce Club

We are a passionate group of students, with a vision to support and provide resources to our fellow peers. Our holistic approach to events and content is aimed to shed light on the emerging levels of business innovation, inclusive to all majors. This year we will be focusing on providing resources to different online networking events to help students build up their network and \ stay connected during these unprecedented times. As a result, we hope these necessary tools and resources will assist them in excelling and expanding their portfolio not only in the business world; however, life in general as well. We aim to provide educational opportunities to students, so they feel confident in their careers after graduation. We aim to get students connected to different industry leaders and companies to help fast track their career paths using connections and providing opportunities to improve their networking and interpersonal skills. Our team is a distinguished group in which we always want to see each other thrive and excel every single day.

At MUCC we work diligently together and combine strengths to excel on personal and group related projects. This specific club allows members of the team to try out different roles within the club and take the technical knowledge learned in class and apply it to applicable projects. We value teamwork, dedication, and a positive attitude. It is our goal to provide members with confidence when it comes to improving their business soft-skills, personal development, an enhanced network, and communication skills.

Contact: mucommerceclub@gmail.com

Entrepreneurship Club

To promote interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation initiatives to MacEwan students who aspire to be entrepreneurs or are interested in developing entrepreneurial skill sets.

Contact: macewanmeo@gmail.com

Investment Club

The MacEwan Investment Club was created to ensure all students are fluent in financial literacy and are capable of managing their personal finances in order to achieve financial freedom. The MacEwan Investment Club also dives heavily into the stock market and educates students on how the stock market runs and what to look out for when considering trades. With the help of our faculty advisor, Pat McGuinness, we have compiled a year full of valuable information to share with our club members. Our club is inclusive to all students and all that is required is the desire for financial freedom.

Contact: themacewaninvestmentclub@gmail.com 

Marketing Club

The purpose of MUMU is to help students who have a passion for marketing develop essential skills by connecting them with job opportunities, industry professionals and fellow students!

Contact: mumarketingclub@gmail.com

African Caribbean Students Alliance

This club works to enhance African heritage and pride by using education and showcasing African culture in a transparent and non-judgmental way. The African Caribbean Student Alliance encourages students to step out of their comfort zone, expand their horizons, and challenge their world views. It is the club’s mandate to Encourage, Appreciate, and showcase diversity.

Contact: acsamacewan@gmail.com

French Club of MacEwan University

The MacEwan French Club promotes the French language and culture. We aim to create a friendly community that helps students learn and communicate better in the language. We have many activities during our meetings that will help members gain confidence in speaking the language and learning more about French culture. All French levels are welcome! Please contact macewanfrench@gmail.com for all inquiries!

Indigenous Students Club

From bake sales to comedy events, the MacEwan Indigenous Students Club sets up events for fun to be had by all! Whether it be Indian Tacos or just a movie night, MISC welcomes everyone to come out and enjoy some quality time with some friendly faces

Contact: indigenousstudentsclub@gmail.com

Japanese Conversation Club 

We informally practice both English and Japanese in small groups. We host and attend Japanese traditional events and get to know more cultural aspects of Japan. For whom? Both English

and Japanese language learning students at MacEwan University and anyone who is interested in learning Japanese language and culture.

Contact: macewanjapaneseclub@gmail.com

Korean Club 

Korean club is a great way to learn, study, practice, and exchange language and cultures with others face-to-face, in small social groups, in a mixed-class format! At Korean Club, you can meet new people, make new friends, socialize, and build a sense of local and global community spirit and belonging through international, multi-cultural conversation! We will be hosting events as well to immerse in Korean culture with our fellow Korean exchange students from Korea.

Contact: macewankoreanclub@gmail.com

NDP Club

We are a group affiliated with Alberta’s NDP, your provincial Official Opposition. The purpose of this club is to recruit students interested in Alberta’s NDP and get them involved with the party through events, meetings, and volunteer opportunities, and to provide a space for New Democrats and supporters of Rachel Notley on campus to connect with each other.

Contact: macewanuniversityndp@gmail.com

United Nations Club

The MacEwan University United Nations Club was founded over two decades ago and has provided many students with a unique opportunity to participate in prestigious Model United Nations conferences in Canada and around the world. As a club, we strive to provide our club members with the resources and training to be proficient in abilities such as public speaking, research, negotiating, with additional written and verbal communication skills training. Our delegates develop these skills through engaging in global issues and current affairs alongside hundred of other students in both domestic and international conferences. We take a team of delegates to several UN Conferences each year, where they will act as the ambassador for a selected country our school represents. At the conference, delegates engage in collaboration and imaginative ideas with other fellow delegates from all around the world. Our Mission as a club is to promote a cohesive understanding of the organs, bodies and functions of the United Nations; enhance Club Members’ awareness of current international topics; improve Club Members’ capabilities in the art of diplomacy and foreign relations; develop skills such as critical thinking, negotiating, comprehensive research and writing, and oral communications including public speaking. 

Contact: macewanunclub@gmail.com

Animanga Club

The MacEwan Animanga Club provides an open environment for discussion and enjoyment of Anime and Manga, and promotes Japan’s fastest growing entertainment industry.

Contact: macewananimangaclub@gmail.com

The Bolo Tie Collective

The Bolo Tie Collective is a creative writing community for aspiring and established writers, editors, and publishers. We host a variety of literary events, including editing crash courses, author panels, and skills courses, along with two writing workshops a month. In addition, we also produce an annual student anthology of creative works, including short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.

Contact: thebolotiecollective@gmail.com

Botanical Club of MacEwan University

We are mainly an event-based club. Simply give us your MacEwan email and we will email you when we have a cool, plant-themed event taking place! Our club is for biologists, gardeners, or really anyone who has a general interest in plants. You do NOT need to be an experienced gardener or botanist. We even have a group forum to help trouble-shoot any plant related issues you run into.

Contact: macewanbotanicalclub@gmail.com

E-Sports Club

The MacEwan Esports Club is the premier experience on campus for a competitive gaming! Featuring titles like Super Smash Brothers Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch Entertainment system, Mario Kart, Tekken, and more. Featuring an in-depth ranking system and MMR, track your advancement throughout the year!

Contact: Gmacgamers@gmail.com

Game Design and Development Club (GDDC)

The MacEwan Game Development Club is a community where people can come out and learn the skills used to make video and board games. Whether you’re an artist, programmer, writer, or musician, we’ll help you develop your skills and network with the fantastic community in Edmonton!

Contact: gameddclub@gmail.com

Gamers Association of MacEwan University 

Do you like board games, card games, MTG and more? This club is open to anyone and is a drop-in and leave at anytime club. We have a large selection of games in which we bring out a few each week. It doesn’t matter if you have never played these games, we are here to help and we will go over how to play. This club is intended for people to play games, have fun, make new friends, and help ‘de-stress’. You are also welcome to bring your own games from home.

Our meetings are drop in drop out so don’t worry if you can’t make the whole thing! We also have a Discord server where our latest news is posted and our teams work on projects outside of the meetings.

Contact: GMacGamers@gmail.com

Geek Inclusivity

At Geek Inclusivity, we make sure that people of all backgrounds feel comfortable and included. Geek Inc. is a place to make friends, de-stress from school and have fun with fellow geeks. We are a social group where people of diverse nerdy interests connect and celebrate pop culture. We run a variety of events, commonly featuring board and video games, trivia and movies.

Contact: gmacgamers@gmail.com

Table Top RPG Club

The TableTopRPG club is a group dedicated to facilitating the playing of various tabletop RPGs. Including but not limited to dungeons and dragons, vampire the masquerade, and monster of the week. Using social media and the power of the internet we connect players and DM’s alike, we assist with room booking, and lend out various materials to our members. Materials include module books, rule books, and dice.

Contact: tabletoprpgmacewan@gmail.com

Athletes in Action

Athletes in Action is a group which supports student athletes & seeks to integrate faith with sport. It looks to develop the total athlete in connection with the Christian faith & relationship with Jesus Christ. Weekly meetings are held Monday nights at Saville Community Sports Centre where Edmonton athletes gather to experience community, shore conversation (& snacks) as they explore a Bible teaching.

Contact: macewan@athleticsinaction.ca

InterVarcity MacEwan Club

InterVarsity at MacEwan University exists to provide a space for MacEwan University students to learn about God and develop personal relationships with Him. We are a Christian group that strives to generate conversation that uplifts believers and unbelievers alike and piques interest in discovering who God is and who we are to Him. Through public events, we build meaningful relationships with our community and show them what the love of Jesus looks like firsthand. Our group meets regularly to study the Bible, encourage each other in prayer and worship, and demonstrate God’s love in fellowship with one another. Anyone is welcome to join us, regardless of religious background, to hang out, raise questions about Christianity, and meet new people!

Muslim Students Organizations

The Muslim Student Organization of MacEwan University Purpose: The MSO aims to foster an understanding of Islam among the student and staff populations at MacEwan University, by countering stereotypes about Islam and Muslims through dialogue and action. The MSO also seeks to form a supportive community to the Muslims who are on campus, by offering services such as knowledge circles to help them stay connected to their faith, social gatherings to connect with like minded students, and giving them a voice by advocating on their behalf to the MacEwan University. The MSO will also act to be a positive force in the Muslim and non-Muslim wider community, fostering partnerships with other Islamic organizations, interfaith groups, or any other organization that will benefit the community.

Contact: macewan.mso@gmail.com

Acupuncture Awareness Society

Created in 2015, the Acupuncture Awareness Society is a group run by current students in the Macewan Acupuncture Program. Our aim is: 1) To Support students in the Macewan Acupuncture Program. 2) To Educate people about acupuncture and raise general awareness of the benefits of Traditional Chinese medicine. 3) To Provide the public (students, staff, and the community) with alternative methods of healing through Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Contact: acupaware@gmail.com

Canadian Nursing Students Association (CNSA)

As a MacEwan nursing student, you are already a member of the CNSA thanks to a 10 dollar fee in your tuition. As a member, you have access to scholarships and travel opportunities. We attend two conferences every year. The one in October is in Abbotsford, BC and the National Conference in Montreal this year!

Even though conferences are exciting, we function in much smaller ways as well. As a MacEwan chapter, we have a focus on helping our new students feel comfortable and supported in the program. To do this, we have created a mentorship program that is designed to match you with a 3rd or 4th-year student who has similar priorities and availability as you. Watch your emails for the application forms and deadlines. We also have a tradition of hosting a new student mixer. This semester it’s being held on September 11 at 3:00 pm in room 9-208. We have a panel of students who want to answer all of your questions and share some survival tips they wish they knew in their first year!

We also put a priority on giving back to our school and our community. We host several events throughout the year that aim at bringing together nursing students from all years; both in educational and social settings. In our community, we regularly volunteer with Meals on Wheels and Kiwanis, a senior housing facility.

Contact: macewan@cnsa.ca

Future Medical Professionals at MacEwan

The Future Medical Professionals at MacEwan group will engage students of similar career interest to enjoy a space. FMPM will host Q & A’s with professionals, hold study groups/sessions, and find relevant volunteer hours for members.”

Contact: macewanfrench@gmail.com 

MCAT & DAT

The club would educate Macewan students on what the MCAT and DAT are and how to study for them. It will make students more aware of the MCAT and DAT exam. What courses will help them with the test and how to prepare for it. The club will be open and welcoming to all MacEwan students, but we would also like to specifically encourage and motivate minority students to apply to medical schools. We understand the lack of representation of minority communities in medical school in the country and by providing the help they need with the MCAT and DAT exams, we would like to motivate more students to apply and get accepted to medical school. To create an inclusive and diverse medical profession and healthcare workers.

Contact: mcatanddcatprep@gmail.com

Circle K International

Circle K International is a collegiate level of Kiwanis International which is a nonprofit organization that works to help the local and international community. We providevolunteer opportunities for students as well as hold social events for meeting new friends. 

Contact: cki.macewan@gmail.com

Rotaract Club

Macewan Rotaract is a volunteer group that focuses on service above self. We do lots of local volunteering (Hope Mission, Edmonton Food Bank, etc) and raise money for international initiatives. We also provide professional development speakers to help us learn about public speaking, confidence, etc. And of course, plenty of socials!

Contact: hello@macewanrotaract.com

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SAMU Programs aim to provide students with activities and opportunities to learn about wellbeing, as well as raising awareness about various resources available to students, both in and outside the MacEwan community.

Our mission is to provide ongoing and one-off programming with the direct aim to improve the long-term wellbeing of MacEwan students and their community.

SAMU Programs consist of the Student Refugee Program (SRP), StressLess, Sustainability, SAMU Cares, and Artworks. SAMU Programs also runs a variety of other programming and interactive campaigns, blog posts, hands out wellness bags, and organizes activities that fall under two umbrellas of focus – Wellbeing and Community.

Please note, all SAMU programming is subject to change as we respond to updates and guidelines for COVID-19.

Programs Manager
norteym@macewan.ca

Community Assistant
SAcommunity@macewan.ca

Wellbeing Assistant
SAwellbeing@macewan.ca

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Student Refugee Program

Each term, $2.50 of your student fees goes towards supporting SAMU’s Student Refugee Program (SRP). Working with World University Service of Canada (WUSC), SRP funds the tuition and housing of a refugee student for four years. With the help of a local committee group made up of students and staff, SAMU ensures all the sponsored student’s needs are met throughout their time at MacEwan.

Questions? Email norteym@macewan.ca

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Questions? Email norteym@macewan.ca

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