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Club/Society of the Year

Business Administration Undergraduate Society

The Business Administration Undergraduate Society (BAUS) is a volunteer organization that has represented all undergraduate Business Administration students at UNBF since 1952.
Assisting our members has been & will continue to be the BAUS’s number one priority year to year. We offer financial & academic support by way of conference exposure, free tutorials, social events, and much more, which gives the students of UNB a way to expand their university experience beyond the classroom.

Campus Food Strategy Group

The Campus Food Strategy Group is committed to working towards creating a campus community which supports healthy and sustainable food systems, with students and staff who are aware of the environmental, social, and economic benefits of these systems.
The CFSG is opening the Campus Community Garden for its first summer of rentals in 2018, has partnered with other groups on campus on projects and workshops, and is committed to establishing UNB as a sustainable campus!

Computer Science Association (CSA)

The CSA has an open door policy & strives to provide a safe space for all people. We offer a diverse set of events throughout the year (several each month) to encourage socialization among CS students & those from other Faculties as well; all are welcome at CSA events! The CSA has a strong community focus, hosting fundraisers for the Children's Miracle Network hospitals & the Community Kitchen. We also provide a voice for CS students to communicate with the Faculty, SU & the university at large.

Engineering Undergraduate Society

The EUS represents engineering students at UNB. We host orientation, coffee houses, Pillar Pubs, Engineering Week, and more! The EUS engages in the UNB and wider community by organizing a peer mentor program, volunteering at the APEGNB Haunted House, raise money for mental health on Pi Day, host Shadow Day, and actively promote diversity and inclusion. Finally, we provide professional development opportunities by sending 60+ students to 9 conferences and competitions annually.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an inclusive club at UNB with core values around hospitality and discovering Jesus' love. The club currently has 4 community houses - located on college hill - focused on serving their neighbours and the student body. Every Monday and Wednesday, dinners are hosted in order to build community simply by eating homemade food together. New people show up every week! Discussions about the Bible happen on campus every Tuesday and Wednesday.

UNB Dance Team

The UNB Dance Team is a student run club here on campus. The executive committee consists of a President, Vice-President, 2 Co-Secrataries, & an At Large. The executive takes care of all Team functions including organization, fundraising and club member satisfaction. The Team is the only Atlantic Canadian team to offer an annual dance competition (ACDC) at the university level in the Maritimes. The Team also occasionally performs at both the Men's and Women's Varsity Basketball games.

UNB Global Brigades

Founded in 2010, UNB Global Brigades has had a growing presence on the UNB campus as well as within the overarching Global Brigades organization. Having sent 11 brigades to Honduras, with 3 more going this summer, UNB students have raised $473000 to support sustainable development in rural Honduras. In Honduras the students work on preventative healthcare and education, through interactions with the communities and by helping with public health infrastructure, water systems and medical clinics.

UNB mental health association

The UNB Mental Health Association works to decrease stigma, fundraise for the Canadian Mental Health Association, and fosters a safe space through working collaboratively with the executive and club members creating fun, innovative, and prominent events, such as empowering poster campaigns, yoga and wellness events. These events are held monthly, open to the UNB community, and offer a welcoming and safe space for students to relax and de-stress.


UNB S.P.R.I.N.G. is a club that partners university student volunteers and children with disabilities from the Fredericton community for weekly 2-hour gym and swim sessions. This club boasts a volunteer roster of 70+ students and is proud to have participants representing nearly all disciplines and years of study at UNB. The welcoming atmosphere at S.P.R.I.N.G. gives rise a diverse group of young adults and children who are able to connect with, befriend, and learn from each other each week.

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