Student associations are run by students who are elected to represent you.
Our role is to represent you. Don't hesitate to contact us!
HKSA represents students at the School of Human Kinetics and is an instrument of social and political action.
UNSA works with and for nursing students at uOttawa, uOttawa/Algonquin, La Cité and Pembroke. UNSA is a positive space for students and works to enhance the student undergraduate experience. The association acts as a link between students and faculty, and provides opportunities and resources for success in the nursing profession.
ADÉNUT represents undergraduate uOttawa nutrition sciences students.
The HKGSA represents the interests of Master’s and PhD students across all human kinetics disciplines. HKGSA brings together graduate students and professors through academic, social, and sporting activities. It assists HK graduate students with both academic and non-academic matters and liaises with external agencies.
CNSA is the national voice of Canadian nursing students. It focuses on the legal, ethical, professional and educational aspects of nursing. CNSA is dedicated to the promotion of nurses and the nursing profession as a whole.
The association’s mission is to promote unity among students, mediate between students and faculty, represent students at the GSÉAD, protect student rights and promote the socio-cultural, educational, professional and academic life of students.
Masters Students in Physiotherapy Association
The association represent students in the physiotherapy program. It acts as an intermediary between students, advocates and the physiotherapy program management and the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa, to promote and protect students’ rights. The association also furthers socio cultural, sporting, educational, professional and academic life for physiotherapy students.
Occupational Therapy Students Association (French only)
The association’s mission is to serve and give voice to the students in the Master’s of Health Sciences in Occupational Therapy program as they pursue their academic and professional careers.
Student clubs are open to everyone. By becoming part of a club, you can get involved in student life while engaging in something you are passionate about.
uOSBC’s mission is to engage and unite university students and young professionals who share a common interest in learning about the modern business of sport.