Student Union News

UPEI Student Union Fall Elections Unofficial Results The Fall 2018 UPEISU Election Results were announced on October 3rd at The Fox & Crow at 10pm. These are still unofficial until approved by Council. Due to technical difficulties, the vote for International Rep and Residence Rep until October 4 at 2.30pm. Arts Representative (2) Caroline...

UPEI Student Union Statement Regarding Third Party Investigation Following a complaint made by Megan Rix, former UPEI Student Union VP Student Life, during the March 18, 2018 Student Union Council meeting, the UPEI Student Union hired an independent third-party investigator to review the internal investigation conducted by the organization in Fall...

UPEISU Votes in Favour of 2018-19 UPEI Operating Budget The University of Prince Edward Island Student Union has voted in favour of the UPEI 2018-19 Operating Budget at the Board of Governors meeting of May 17, 2018. This budget has seen a hike in tuition and other student fees of 2% for...

The UPEI Student Union has partnered with Student Organizations from all across Canada to release a joint publication on campus sexual violence, entitled Shared Perspectives: A Joint Publication on Campus Sexual Violence Prevention and Response. The 2017-2018 UPEISU Vice President Academic and External Taya Nabuurs contributed to this publication, in which...

At the December 3, 2017 University of Prince Edward Island Student Union (UPEISU) council meeting, council voted to move forward with renovations to the UPEISU campus pub, The Wave. Since 2002, The Wave has occupied a large restaurant-style space in the W. A. Murphy Student Centre. The renovations, which were...

On Sunday, January 7, 2018, Hammad Ahmed announced his resignation from the position of President and CEO of the UPEI Student Union. A scanned copy of his resignation letter is provided below. The UPEI Student Union would like to thank Mr. Ahmed for his contribution to the organization and to the...