SUS was officially registered as a BC Non-Profit Society in 1995 but it has been in existence at UFV since the 1980's. It was created by members of the student body to represent students' issues and needs at the university, municipal, provincial
and federal government levels.
The Student Union Society is a non-profit organization run by students and for students at UFV. Through a body of elected student executives, faculty representatives, hired student staff, and a small group of permanent staff, the SUS is able to
offer services to its members, advocate for post-secondary education on their behalf, connect them with student clubs and associations, and provide them with many opportunities to get involved on campus.
We employ over 50 students each semester for various positions as well as numerous volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Check out our employment and volunteer pages for more info, we look forward to working with you!
When University and/or Government leaders make decisions affecting students or their life on campus, your elected student leaders act as an autonomous voice to ensure students can communicate their opinions and needs without bias or influence from
those same decision makers. For example, decisions shouldn't be made by consulting a few individual unelected students who may have special interests or be influenced by possible personal benefit through that administrative body. We look for dialogue
and solutions to the benefit of all our members equally.