The King's Students' Union is not an exclusive club: in fact, upon registration, all King’s students are automatically members of the King’s Students’ Union (KSU). The KSU simply acts as the collective voice of King’s students, provides advocacy and representation through its executives and councillors, and offers a number of services, such as the KSU Health and Dental Plans, free contraceptives, intramural sports programs, and the HMCS Wardroom.
The work that the councillors and executive of the union is undeniably impressive, and each of their responsibilities and duties are detailed in their individual profiles and in the constitution. However, their work for the KSU would be done in vain without the passion and understanding of its student constituency that it works for. So please, try your best to become involved in your student union as much as your student union is involved in your day-to-day life.
For more information as to how the King's Students' Union or the Canadian Federation of Students works to benefit you, please refer to the KSU-produced Student Handbook, or visit the KSU office located on the main floor of the Link between the New Academic Building and the Arts & Administration Building. You may also contact the office by phone at 429-3399.