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Clubs that are ratified by the end of March will be considered active going into the following academic year. Clubs ratified at the end of October will be active the following January.
All new clubs that wish to be active in the following academic year need to submit a ratification form!
(705)-675-1151 x 1350
March- In order to be active for the upcoming year, clubs must ratify in March every year. This is the main ratification period.
October- Clubs that ratify in October are active right away, however, clubs are required to apply for ratification again in March. This is mainly for new clubs or clubs that missed the March ratification period.
The first method is through reimbursement. Any purchases made out of pocket from any club member can be sent in to get reimbursed. Simply complete and send in the approval of purchase form (which needs to be signed by two signing officers for the club) with receipts. A cheque will be made to that club member and they will receive an email when the cheque is ready for pick up.
The second method is withdrawal. If your club needs cash for an event or a conference please complete the withdrawal form. Note that it will take 2-3 days to get the cash so please complete this form in advance. You will be notified via email when the cash is ready for pick up.
The third method is direct third-party payments. The SGA can pay directly to third-party organizations on behalf of your club. Simply send the invoice to email@example.com. You will receive an email notification that the cheque has been mailed out. Complete the Withdrawal of Funds form and attach it to the email with the invoice.
To sign up, clubs will receive an email from the Director of Outreach with nights that are available. It will be first come, first serve so email back asap.
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Safe Walk is a student-led service that accompanies anyone walking throughout the Laurentian University Sudbury campus. Teams of two can be found wearing blue SafeWalk vests and are always willing to walk individuals to their destinations.
Safe Walk is always looking for new volunteers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on applying.
705-675-1151 ext. 5879
On March 19 and 20, 2014 the Laurentian University SGA held a referendum whether they wanted to build a new Student Centre through an incremental incidental fee that would fund the proposed $10 million dollar project. They voted in favour of the Student Centre.
Laurentian University’s Capital Projects Department is managing the project but, the Student Centre remains a project by the students and for the students! Check out the Student Engagement report below.
The Student Centre Building will be a two-story facility with a total of about 15,100 square feet which will contain three key units: the public portion of the building, the membership portion of the building, and the SGA administration area. The main entrance to the building will be located at the south-west corner of the main level. The lower floor is a split level floor with the northern portion constructed at the same elevation as the West Residence and the southern portion of the floorplate constructed 3’ lower.
The primary focal point of the building will be a large atrium space which will include a large fireplace and lounge furniture. This atrium will also be open to the study rooms, games room, and upper floor lobby.
The Student Centre building will be designed to the highest standards of sustainability.
The anticipated completion date is to be summer 2019 so that the Student Centre is ready for the student’s 2019 school year.
The selection of the contractor for the construction of the building will be through a stipulated sum contract that will go out for tender. A general contractor is intended to be selected in January 2018, so construction can begin in February 2018.
The construction budget has been set at $6,900,000.
The SGA student centre project opens many opportunities for students. There will be student employment opportunities, food and beverage options, and SGA services. In the SGA members-only section of the building, there will be a large atrium space with comfortable lounge furniture, various study spaces, a games room and more.
Download Student Centre Informational Report
Download Student Centre Updated Sketches
705-675-1151 ext 1089
R.D. Parker Building
CKLU is a Laurentian student and community radio station. For over 30 years CKLU has provided alternative radio choices. They offer volunteer opportunities to university students and the community, programming in any language and format, a wide variety of music alternatives, emphasis on local and Canadian artists and varied perspectives on the world. Their programming is created by dedicated volunteers and some of their programs have been airing for more than 2 decades!
85 Elm St.
University of Sudbury