Services for both Fredericton and Saint John Students
Health and dental insurance coverage is provided for graduate students at UNB through Student VIP.
Student discount, travel and tax filing programs are available to GSA members through the CF of Students.
The Graduate Student Association now partners with the UNB Student Union Safe Ride Program.
Services for Fredericton Students
The program is universal to share the cost of the program among users. Although not every student will use the U-Pass, the availability of the U-Pass benefits the community as a whole by providing access to affordable public transport.
The Universal Bus Pass is an agreement between the GSA and Fredericton City Transit, offering full-time members of the GSA unlimited usage of city transit.
Services for Saint John Students
The GSA student lounge is located in Room 221 of the Thomas Condon Student Union Building (2nd floor, across from the Whitebone Lounge and Colonel Tucker’s). The door should be unlocked; if not then please contact security to let you in.
The FAQ document is helpful for new and returning students who may need information about the GSA and services provided on campus.
Yesterday, the final report of the President’s Taskforce and its recommendations were presented at the Senate meeting. The GSA took part in the president’s task force and presented the recommendations based on the survey of Graduate Student Funding. The GSA is appreciative that the report has been submitted for implementation and that the recommendations are a great start to fixing the funding situation for Graduate students at UNB….
February 4th, 2019 marked the kick off start to our Provincial Lobby week. Graduate Student Association is working closely with Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) to present the needs of NB students to members of Legislative Assembly in order to spark action. For more information, please check out the the following document: CFS-NB-LobbyDoc-2019 (1)
To all Full-time Graduate Students, Please Note: Part-time students are not eligible for coverage and need to take no further action. If you started in the Fall term, 2018, you need take no further action. This email is for Full-time students starting in January of 2019. ..