Student union may refer to:
- Students' union, a student organization at many colleges and universities dedicated to student governance. Widely popular outside the United States.
- Student Union a physical building found on American universities and college campuses.
Other articles related to "student union, union, student, student unions, students":
... The current School Union is the WATCH, leading by NGAN Lit-Fung (顏烈封) ... School Year Name Chinese Name Leader % of votes 2011-2012 WATCH N/a Lit-fung NGAN 顏烈封 58.7 2010-2011 bear N/a Cho-kiu CHUNG 鍾楚翹 75.5 2009-2010 Fusion N/a Yiu-wai PANG 彭耀威 56.7 2008-2009 Prism N/a Cho-kiu CHANG 陳楚蕎 52% 2007-2008 U-League U聯盟 Chun-fai IP 葉鎮輝 59.5 2006-2007 Revolution N/a Pat-him MOK 莫栢軒 84 2005-2006 Unicorn N/a Chung-on WONG 王仲安 82.7 ...
... Greens Australian Lawyers Alliance Australian Manufacturing Workers Union Australian Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy Network Australian Student Environment Network Bill Hartley Campaign for International ...
... The student unions are much younger in this sector because the dual model system that makes the higher education in Finland came in 1996 ... because the membership is not mandatory and every student can decide if he or she wants to join the student union ... In Finland, the student union is autonomous, its internal life organized by its by-laws which are confirmed by the rector ...
... The current CSA is the third iteration of a central student union on the Guelph campus ... The first cross-College student government was Union Council which lasted from the end of World War Two until 1970 when—because of a major disagreement ... In 1966 students agreed to fund a "Student Union Building" with no university operations in it at all ...
... University Student union Notes Bishop's University Bishop's University Students' Representative Council Concordia University Concordia Student Union (CSU ...
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“So we grew together
Like to a double cherry, seeming parted,
But yet an union in partition,
Two lovely berries moulded on one stem.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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