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Student associations

Concordia Classics Student Association

The Concordia Classics Student Association represents the interests of students pursuing a degree (Honours, Major, or Minor) in Classics or simply registered in a Classics course at Concordia University. We are committed to offer the entire Classics student body a socially and academically satisfying undergraduate experience and regularly organize fun and educational events, like faculty-student meet and greet, wine and cheeses, pub socials, film screenings, guest lectures, etc. If you are interested in joining the CCSA, helping out with one of our events, or have any suggestions/insights on how we can best serve the Classics student body, please feel free to get in touch with us.

For more information, please contact us at ccsa@asfa.ca


Concordia German Language Student Association

The Concordia German Language Student Association (CGLSA) is an organization that promotes the German language and German, Swiss and Austrian culture within Concordia University. Although, we cater mainly to German speakers or students studying German, we encourage and invite all students from different backgrounds to join our social and academic events.

For more information, please contact us at cglsa@asfa.ca


Hispanic Association of Undergraduate Students

Hispanic Studies Graduate Students Association

For more information, please contact us at hispanicstudiesgsa@gmail.com


Linguistics Student Association

The Linguistics Student Association exists for you, the Linguistics student at Concordia University. You are a member of the LSA as a student enrolled in any Linguistics course at Concordia. The Linguistics Student Association is a student organization that offers a number of services for Linguistics students. We can offer guidance with choosing a grad school, find you tutors for your Linguistics classes, and even a place to hang out and/or work on assignments. We also host a series of Linguistics talks each semester aimed at undergraduates, have a computer lab for doing phonetics work, and are enlarging our resource center of articles and texts. Each year we hold a wine-and-cheese and a year end party. These make great opportunities to meet your professors and us.

For more information, please contact us at concordia.lsa@gmail.com


Modern Chinese Language Student Association

For more information, please contact us at mochi@asfa.ca

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