Clubs & Societies
Get involved and have your say
Joining a club is a great way to meet new people. You'll find a range of clubs and committees that meet diverse interests. Most importantly, if you do not see a club of interest, you are encouraged to start your own. We have an excellent athletic and recreation program at the Agricultural Campus and there are numerous other opportunities throughout the year to get involved in special events like College Royal, Winter Carnival, food drives and more.
Some of the clubs and societies you'll find:
- AC Theatre Society
- ACCF (Christian Fellowship)
- Agrologist Club
- Ambassadors Club
- Aquaculture Club
- Chapman House Council
- Cinema Politica
- Community Garden
- CSI (Campus Sustainability Initiative) Student Union
- Engineering Society
- Fraser House Council
- Equestrian Club
- Golden Ram
- ISA (International Students Assocation)
- Pre-Vet Club
- Trueman House Council
- Water Polo Club
- WUSC (World University Service of Canada)
Dalhousie Agriculture Students' Association
The Dalhousie Agriculture Students' Association is the official organization of students on the Agricultural Campus. In addition to representing the students to the administration, we spend much of our time organizing events, clubs, groups and committees to improve student life on the Agricultural Campus. We're also responsible for publications such as the Golden Ram (Student Newspaper), yearbook and student agendas.
The Students' Association can be found on the top floor of the Student Learning Commons of the MacRae Library.
All members of the Dalhousie Agriculture Students' Association are automatically also members of the Dalhousie Student Union. Visit www.dsu.ca to learn more about the DSU.
Full-time students taking regular programs are encouraged to act as executive members of the Dalhousie Agriculture Students' Association or as members of student committees.
Faculty members act in an advisory capacity with student committees on financial, literary, social, and athletic affairs so that every possible benefit may be derived from these activities.