St. Thomas University Students’ Union
Samuel Titus is entering his fifth year of studies at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where he is pursuing an Honours in History with a Major in Political Science and a Minor in Philosophy, as well as serving his second non-consecutive term as Vice President of Education with the St. Thomas University Students’ Union.
During his first term as Vice President in 2014-2015, he was elected as Vice Chair of the Federal Policy Committee with CASA before assuming the role of Chair later in the year, giving him ample insight into the benefits that being engaged in CASA can provide. In addition to his work within CASA, Samuel oversaw a very successful campaign to improve student voter turnout in the 2014 Provincial election and helped to write a non-academic grievance procedure at St. Thomas.
Outside of the Students’ Union, Samuel spent two years working as a page in the New Brunswick Legislature and three years working at the New Brunswick Government House, home of the Lieutenant-Governor. Samuel hopes to take his experience and passion for post-secondary education and use it to be an effective advocate for students, both at St. Thomas and nationwide. As a representative of one of the smallest member schools within CASA, he is glad that he can provide a voice for his students.