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Free Relationship Seminar!

Hosted by the SU Wellness Centre on Friday, Oct. 21, this relationship seminar uses the Myers Briggs Type Inventory to help you enhance connection in your relationships! Discover how personality type influences communication styles and learn how to use your understanding of type to enhance communication with friends, family, and partners. Learn more...

University hosts Speaking her Mind: Canadian Women and Public Presence

What happens when women speak their minds in boardrooms, classrooms, pressrooms and backrooms? From October 20 - 22, join us as we explore Canadian Women's public presence in political, cultural, economic, literary, linguistic and environmental arenas. As a student you can attend sessions (except Walrus Talks on Thursday, Oct. 20) free of charge. Learn more...

Meal Exchange: Trick-or-Eat

Looking for a fun way to become more involved on campus and make a sustainable difference in your local community? Love dressing up? Join Meal Exchange on Monday, Oct. 31 in MacEwan Hall from 4:30 - 8 p.m. for an evening of fun and the opportunity to partake in a food drive! Participants will be canvassing neighbouring communities to collect non-perishable food items for Campus and Calgary Food Banks, all while raising awareness on food security and hunger. Learn more...

Renewable Energy: Who's Got the Power?

Renewable energy systems are increasingly disrupting the energy industry and seem like a scalable solution to fossil-fuel dependency. But where will the energy come from? Who will distribute it and how? Will clean technologies help democratise the electricity grid and put the power in the hands of the consumer, or will it need to be administered from the top down? Join our panel of speakers on Thursday, Oct. 20 to explore the future of renewable energy in Calgary and beyond. Learn more...

Living life to the full – free workshop series for grad students

From Saturday, Oct. 22 – Saturday, Nov. 19, join the SU Wellness Centre for four interactive workshops that will help you understand your feelings, thoughts and behaviours, and what to do about them so you can life your life to the full! Learn more...

Final exam schedule for fall 2016 now available online

The fall 2016 final exam timetable is now available. View your personalized and most up-to-date exam schedule through your online Student Centre. Learn more...

Women Leaders Speakers Series

Join us for the first Women Leaders Speakers Series roundtable of the 2016/17 school year on Friday, Oct. 21 from noon to 1 p.m. Dr. Marie Delorme, CEO of The Imagination Group of Companies and one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, will be speaking to us about her accomplishments, entrepreneurship, and the path that led her to where she is today. Marie is a leader in Indigenous and inter-cultural entrepreneurialism, and we can’t wait to learn from her! Learn more...

Volunteers Needed for November Convocation

We are looking for members of the campus community including students, staff and faculty to participate in our November 10 convocation ceremonies. To participate, please complete our online form. You can contact us directly at for additional information.

Important Dates

  • September 5Labour Day (university closed)
  • September 6Start of fall term
  • September 6 - 10Block Week
  • September 12Start of classes
  • September 15Deadline to apply for fall convocation
  • September 23Last day to drop a class without financial penalty. No academic record of a course dropped by this date and tuition refunded
  • September 26Last day to add a course
  • September 30Tuition and fee payment deadline
  • October 10Thanksgiving Day (university closed)
  • November 10 - 13Mid-term break
  • November 11Remembrance Day (university closed)
  • December 9Last day to withdraw from a course. "W" recorded for the course and tuition not refunded
  • December 9End of classes
  • December 12Start of exams
  • December 22End of exams
  • December 23End of fall term
  • December 25 - 31Holiday observance (university closed)
  • January 1New Year's Day (university closed)