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Student associations

Engineering and Computer Science Association (ECA)

A student-run organization representing undergraduates in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. Go to the ECA website.

Other ENCS Student societies associated with the ECA include:


Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Association (ECSGA)

A student-run organization representing undergraduates in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. Go to the ECSGA website.

Other student associations

The Concordia Student Union (CSU)

The CSU represents all undergraduate students at Concordia. All undergraduate students pay CSU fees in order to support this student union. The CSU provides many services and programs, such as: Advocacy services; Free Handbook/Agenda; “Reggies” Student bar; Class Scheduling software; Health and Dental Insurance; Housing & Job bank; Co-op Used Bookstore.

Visit the CSU website for more information.

The Graduate Students Association (GSA)

Graduate students who pay Graduate Student Association fees are members of this association. There is a lounge area, study space, computers, laser photocopier, television, printing services and financial support for conferences and special Initiated Projects. The GSA also organizes social events. Visit the GSA website for more information.

Concordia International Students Association

Run by and for international students as well as students with a strong interest in cultural diversity, helping international students adjust to life in Montreal, Canada and at Concordia. Visit the CISA website


Student clubs

The Dean of Students Office is the principal resource for the interpretation and regulation of policies and procedures as these apply to the non-academic aspects of student life. All student groups and associations must register each academic year (starting June 1st) in order to have access to university services, such as booking privileges. See a list of all clubs or find out how to start your own.

Canadian University Software Engineering Conference

Students who are passionate about Software Engineering, from across Canada and diverse concentrations, gather under one roof for three full days to learn from the worlds most famous and sought after software engineering speakers, researchers and professionals. Started by a small group of passionate software engineering students from Concordia University. Visit the CUSEC website.

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