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Clubza is Live! What Interests You?

August 29, 2014 at 15:44 pm

Clubza is the MSU’s new, interactive Clubs search module. It is based on the identification of a student’s preferences, as they correlate to tags placed on Clubs. Clubza is an innovative way in which to navigate the Clubs Directort to find the Clubs that match a students' interest. 


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MSU Health and Dental Insurance - Stay in or opt-out by Sept. 30

August 29, 2014 at 15:34 pm

Undergraduate students enrolled in 18 units (or more) are automatically registered for the MSU Health and Dental insurance plans. MSU Health and Dental plan details can be found here.  If a student can demonstrate comparable coverage under an exsisting plan, a student may opt-out of the MSU plans - PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014. Opt-out info can be found here.


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Download the 2014 MSU Guidebook

August 29, 2014 at 15:10 pm

Each year, the McMaster Students Union publishes the MSU Guidebook to highlight the dozens of student services, hundreds of MSU clubs and thousands of opportunities to connect with the MSU. Pick up a copy now, or view the Guidebook here.


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MSU Health and Dental Opt Out Deadline is Sept. 30

August 28, 2014 at 09:00 am

If you have proof of comparable coverage, you may opt-out of the Health and/or Dental plans.  You must opt-out by Sunday, September 30th. NO EXCEPTIONS!


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#MacWW2014 Full Schedule Released

August 18, 2014 at 17:00 pm

With Welcome Week 2014 only 12 days (and counting) away, the MSU would like to give you a glimpse of what to expect during what will arguably be on of the best weeks of the year!


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MSU Spark: Easing the Transition into University Life

August 15, 2014 at 14:00 pm

Making the transition from high school to university is no easy task. In many cases students are moving from schools of a several hundred to a campus of several thousand and classes that had 30 students to lectures that hold 600, all while trying to adapt to a much more independent lifestyle within a short window of time. As a result, university life can present a significant challenge for some students, and hinder them from making the most of their post-secondary experience. In order to help reduce the challenge students face, and make the transition from high school as smooth as possible, the MSU is excited to announce our new pilot program, Spark. 


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