Get involved in student government

At Cambrian, there are many ways for you to take a break from your studies, add some experience to your résumé, and make the most of your time in college.

From athletics and campus events, to student governments and volunteer opportunities, there’s something for everyone.

Students’ Administrative Council

The Students’ Administrative Council (SAC) is a group of dedicated students elected by the student body at Cambrian College. They coordinate, promote, and support activities and services for the students, including academic grievance representation, bursaries, entertainment, a health plan, faxing and scanning, photocopying, a food bank, frosh kits, student handbooks, political lobbying and more!

Be heard, be part of something

Elections are held annually for positions within the SAC Executive.

The term of office for the SAC Executive is from May 1 to April 30 of the following year. The current SAC members for the 2017-18 school year are:

SAC Office Hours 
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Visit SAC in room 1164 or call us at 705-566-8101, ext. 7305

Follow Cambrian SAC on Facebook

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Proud member of the College Student Alliance

College Student Alliance

Cambrian Athletic Association

The Cambrian Athletic Association (CAA) is the elected body of students that provide input in the decision-making process with respect to the athletic programs at Cambrian College.

The CAA offers two levels of programming to meet the needs of both the recreational and the varsity athlete.

Your current CAA members for the 2017-18 school year are:

Get in the game and follow your CAA on Facebook or visit the Cambrian Golden Shield website!

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Cambrian Indigenous Student Circle (CISC)

Formerly CNSA

CISC is a student driven, student elected association who assist and support students by promoting Indigenous culture in order to improve the quality of Indigenous student life. Our goal is to help build a sense of community for all students and to preserve a healthy body, mind and spirit through cultural events and awareness.  CISC welcomes all new and returning students to visit us in room 2140. Our space is here for you to enjoy, visit, meet new friends and find information about our services and culture. The CISC office is one of the main focal points for many cultural events and activities that you can take part in.

Who we are:
Aanii, Wacheeyea, Bonjour!

This is your CISC council for 2017/2018:

  • President – Vacant
  • Vice President – Nathen Shawana
  • Indigenous Student Life Coordinator – Vacant

CISC Representatives (4):

  • Smit Vasani
  • Juleen Ptel
  • Vacant
  • Vacant

Be a part of campus culture and follow CISC on Facebook

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Volunteers wanted

Volunteering for events hosted by student government is a great way to earn recognition on your co-curricular record for participating in out-of-classroom activities on campus.

Fill out the form below if you wish to volunteer your time to helping us out.

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