The Sault College Students’ Union is the official organization of the greater student body here at Sault College. Sault College was voted #1 in student satisfaction for the second year in a row!
Our offices are located in the new Health and Wellness Centre (F 1200). We want to make sure your experience at Sault College is one to remember. Let us know how we can help!
SCSU provides many great services! All students are invited to get involved with the Sault College Students’ Union- as Volunteers, Street Team, Club or Chapter Members and by attending our events.
SCSU employs over 60 students each year. Working for the SCSU is just one of the many ways you can make the most of your college experience.
“For the Students, By the Students.”
For general inquiries, please stop by our office (F1200) or contact our Office Manager;
Phone: 705-759-2554 Ext. 2767
Sault College- Health and Wellness Centre (F 1200)
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
There’s a lot of ways to make the most of your college experience. Just by getting involved you get to meet new people, learn how the college runs and also build up that resume! Here are just a few ways:
Sign up here!
SCSU makes getting involved easy. Looking to raise funds for a good cause, create awareness or share a common interest with other students on campus? Start a chapter or club with SCSU. Stop by F1200, and Christine will help you get started. For a list of the 2017/18 academic year existing Chapters and Clubs click here! SCSU provides the following services for clubs & chapters:
The College Student Alliance in partnership with SCSU and 14 other Colleges across Ontario will be hosting the Yellow Umbrella Project on October 3rd-October 7th 2016.
This is a yearly campaign that stops the stigma against mental health, and raise awareness for the mental health issues within post-secondary education.
Some Events to look forward to this year are:
On campus we want to create a culture of Respect. Through the Respect Campaign we would like to create a safe and welcoming environment for students.
The Respect Campaign provides students with many opportunities to get involved and demonstrate respectful behaviour, attitudes and lifestyles on campus.