Student-led clubs and societies reflect the diversity of student interests within our campus community and are a great way to get involved.

Getting involved in (or starting your own) club or society will help you gain important job-related skills like leadership, fund raising, and people management. You will dig deeper into your academic interests outside the classroom and meet lots of inspiring and like-minded people.

Clubs and societies are administered by the Mount Allison Students' Union (MASU). Some are related to specific fields of study, while others focus on specific interests, social issues, and athletics.

To see a full list of registered clubs and societies, visit

You can also start your own! Forms are available on the MASU website, or at the MASU office located at the Wallace McCain Student Centre (1st floor).

Clubs and Societies Fair

The Clubs and Societies Fair, held at the beginning of each academic year, lets you explore what's available, sign up on the spot, or even take the first steps to starting your own club or society.

For more information about clubs and societies, contact