August 27, 2020 — Comments are off for this post.

COVID-19 Update

Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, QUSA's plans for 2020-21 focus on protecting the health of our community while delivering any kind of support and remaining a valued student government in our small community.

Recent Updates for the Quest Community (Sept

August 27, 2020 — Comments are off for this post.

2020-2021 Nominations

December 9, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

New Environmental Consideration Procedure

On November 12th, the QUSA board voted to incorporate a question about environmental considerations into the funding process. Nich Godri, Director of the Environment, reflects on this new procedure:

"When I took on this role as Director of Environmental in …

December 2, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Mission Statement

Quest University Students’ Association (hereafter referred to as “QUSA”) is a non-profit society incorporated under the BC societies act and governed by an elected Board of Directors. QUSA is governed by a set of legislative documents including bylaws, a constitution, …

October 8, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Who does the work? Reflections on organizing events at Quest

It is commonly said that Quest is a student-run institution, and this is especially true in the events we run. Last Spring we heard with Rowan Thillaye-Kerr about her role in putting on the annual Power, Race, and Privilege Symposium.

September 16, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Grant Spotlight: Wareniki by Maya Cook

Every year QUSA funds a number of students for personal projects through our grants. Maya Cook '19 received a Student Arts Grant to to put on a traveling dance & show show last Spring. Read on to find out why

April 11, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Grant Spotlight: Claire’s Avalanche Training

Every year QUSA funds a number of students for personal projects through our grants. Claire Clarkson received a Student Development Grant to complete avalanche training that she can bring back to Quest students and on future endeavors. Read on to

April 10, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Student Club & Event Email

QUSA sends out up to 2 Student Club & Event Emails (SCEE, pronounced "ski") per block. Students can include announcements by emailing their messages to qusa@questu.ca before 5pm on the first or third Monday of the block.

There are some …

April 5, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

2019 Ministerial Elections Information

Vote here. Voting ends Monday, April 8th, at 6pm. Find the debate minutes here.


Candidate bios:

Internationalization

Marion Nouvellon

My name is Marion Nouvellon and I’m a first year student campaigning to be your next Minister of Internationalization.

February 24, 2019 — Comments are off for this post.

Budget Update

Find the PDF version here:http://qusa.ca/qusa-budget-v2-overall

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