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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Camosun College Student Society Joins CASA, Gains Strong Advocacy for their Students

OTTAWA, December 6, 2018 – The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) welcomed a new member, the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS), located in Victoria, BC, during its special general meeting on November 30th. The ~9,500 students at Camosun College will now have their concerns heard among decision-makers on Parliament Hill, and will play a major role in improving the post-secondary system for all those studying in Canada.
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Students Bring Sexual Violence and Other Issues on Campus to the Attention of Politicians

OTTAWA, November 22, 2018 – Students from across the country will travel to Ottawa next week to bring important issues from their campuses to the attention of politicians on Parliament Hill. As participants of Advocacy Week, an event organized by the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) and the Quebec Student Union (QSU), they will be highlighting struggles that international students, graduate students, student researchers, and post-secondary students at large face in getting the most out of their education.
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CASA's 2019 Pre-Budget Submission

CASA submitted recommendations to the government's Finance Committee, on where we think they should invest in the upcoming federal budget to improve post-secondary education and help students.
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NOW CLOSED: We're Looking for a Stakeholder and Member Relations Officer

Short Term 6 Month Contract (subject to renewal) Position Profile: Reporting to the Executive Director and working in close collaboration with other home office staff, the Stakeholder and Member Relations Officer will manage numerous partnerships and relationships required for CASA’s advocacy activities.  They will manage internal and external relationships in an effort towards member recruitment and retention.  This position will require extensive travel throughout Ontario and potentially across Canada. This is a short term contract position- the position will be staffed by an outside contractor, who is preferably based in Ottawa, Toronto, or Montreal. Salary $42,500 annually prorated.
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@CASAACAE unites and amplifies the voices of post-secondary students across Canada. Find out more!