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Sexy Bingo Co-Host Search!

Are you our next Sexy Bingo co-host? The CSA is looking for a UofG student or community member who is interested in helping us make Sexy Bingo even better! Sexy Bingo is a monthly CSA event that combines Bingo, trivia, and smashing the stigma around sexual health!

CSA Statement on June 6th Attack in London, Ontario

The CSA offers our condolences to the family and friends of those who are grieving the loss of four innocent community members due to a horrific act of Islamophobia and racism in London, Ontario.

We are heartbroken by this senseless violence. Islamophobia, racism, and/or any forms of discrimination has no place at the CSA and we hope to work with students to tackle discrimination and racism in all its forms.

Bus Pass Update: What Happened to the Bus Pass?

March 25th, 2021 | Since 1995, the Central Student Association (CSA) and the Graduate Student Association (GSA) have negotiated with the City of Guelph for a bus pass that offers unlimited rides on Guelph Transit at a significantly lower rate than a traditional monthly bus pass.
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CSA Statement on the COVID-19 East Residence Outbreak

To the University of Guelph campus community and City of Guelph residents:

During the past week the CSA was disappointed to learn that there has been an outbreak of COVID-19 in the University of Guelph’s East Residence complex as a result of unsanctioned social gatherings in townhouses that were held between January 14th and January 16th. Since being made aware of this outbreak, the CSA has been in constant contact with the University of Guelph regarding the measures that have since been taken to ensure the safety of undergraduate students and all other individuals on campus.

Health Plan Referendum: What to Know

The health plan referendum question in the CSA's General Election will ask students if they prefer the current universal plan or an alternative plan. Read on for more info & cast your vote February 8 to 17!

→ Unsure how to vote in a CSA Election? Click here for a super easy 3 step guide!

CSA Seeking Student Feedback on Respondus & Online Learning

Over the past 8 months, the University of Guelph as a whole has necessarily transitioned the vast majority of its course offerings online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This online transition includes many course aspects, including not just lectures and labs, but also many assessments that would have traditionally been an in-person quiz, midterm, or exam. There have been both negative and positive experiences with online learning but due to the disconnected nature of campus life this year, there is a lack of communication from students about what these effects have been.

VIDEO: Fall 2020 Service Update


CSA President Tyler Poirier gives an update on how the CSA services will be operating in Fall 2020.

See below for video transcript.