Student Societies

Dalhousie Commerce Society represents the interests of all commerce co-op students, the society acts as a link between these students and Dal’s administration. All commerce students automatically become members upon enrolment.

Dalhousie Management Society is the voice for our Bachelor of Management students. It's one of the key avenues through which the program’s students are connected to the faculty and the administration.

The Dalhousie MBA Society represents the collective interests of MBA students within academic, professional and social realms.

Dalhousie Investment Society educates its members on the complexities of the capital markets industry by managing a paper portfolio incorporating a variety of complex hedging and derivative strategies.

Enactus – Entrepreneurial Action Us – is an international organization with different student society chapters around the world. It is a collaboration of student, academic and business individuals that use entrepreneurial action as a tool to affect change in our community.

Rowe Sports Business Society is a non-profit DCS umbrella society that combines students’ passion for athletic events and corporate affairs. Despite primarily operating out of Dalhousie’s business school, RSBS provides students across all degree fields and levels of study with equal opportunities to get involved.  

Dalhousie Accounting Society focuses on creating a sense of community within the Accounting major. We provide an opportunity for students to improve their networking skills, build long-term relationships with employers and seek both co-op and full-time employment through events held with firms across Canada.

School of Information Management Student Association provides a forum for student opinion by promoting the exchange of ideas among students, faculty and other academic departments. It also offers extracurricular professional activities and social functions.

Canadian Library Association is the nation's advocacy group for libraries, the people who work in them and the individuals they serve. CLA–Dalhousie serves the students of the School of Information Management by facilitating professional mentoring and fundraising supports.

Special Libraries Association Student Group
is an international organization for innovative information professionals. The Dalhousie group seeks to provide networking and professional development opportunities for students interested in the special library field.

Public Administration Student Society acts as a forum for student concerns and organizes social and athletic events.

Dalhousie Student Union membership includes all students registered with full or part-time status, each of whom pays a fee which goes toward various student services. The DSU also provides social outlets for its members. It has over 180 student societies which cover religious, political, social and special interests.

Dalhousie Association of Graduate Students has been representing grad students for over 25 years, acting as their advocate at the local, provincial and national level.