Who we are

CASA is a national voice for Canada’s post-secondary students. Established in 1995, CASA is a non-partisan, not-for-profit student organization composed of student associations from across Canada. We represent undergraduate, graduate and polytechnic associations.

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Recent wins for students


investment helps First Nations and Inuit peoples attend post-secondary
invested to help youth get jobs
invested to establish a National Strategy to Address Gender-Based Violence

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Hiring: Policy and Research Analyst

Position:                                           Policy and Research Analyst Reporting to:                                    Executive Director Organization Status:                        Full-time, under contract Compensation:                 $45,000.00 (37.5-44 hours) + Benefits (Health, Dental and RRSP matching) Posted:                                             December 8, 2021 Closing:                                            January 3, 2022 Applications must include:            Cover letter, resume, writing sample (max 3 pages) Submit application to:           [email protected]
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CASA's 2022 Pre-Budget Submission

Post-secondary students across the country have felt the full force of the COVID-19 pandemic and require the federal government’s continued support to ensure they succeed. While substantive investments have recently been made in supports like the Canada Student Grant and the Student Loans Repayment Assistance Program, more is needed to support those unable to access these investments.
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Election Student Engagement Toolkit

The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations or CASA is running a Get out the Vote (GOTV) campaign on their member campuses to increase voter mobilization and get more students to vote.
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Continued Concerns: Post-Secondary Students One Year into COVID-19

Executive Summary  This paper is a summary of public opinion research that surveyed post-secondary students across Canada in late March and early April 2021. The results are meant to capture a snapshot of the student experience one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. It also serves as a follow-up to CASA’s May 2020 report, Students are Still Worried: COVID-19 and Post Secondary Education. Accordingly, this paper reflects how the challenges, gaps, and barriers presented in 2020 have evolved over the past year, as well as identify new or persistent concerns and priorities.  This public opinion research was commissioned by the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations and conducted by Abacus Data.  
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