Welcome to
YOUR
Student Union

The union representing undergraduate students at the University of Ottawa.


About Us

Welcome to
YOUR
Student Union

The union representing undergraduate students at the University of Ottawa


About Us































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Who We Are

Our Commitment​
Our Mandate
Our Commitment​

The University of Ottawa Students’ Union (UOSU) is a non-profit based on the campus, led by students to advocate on the behalf of Undergraduate students on the University of Ottawa campus. 

You might not know what a union is so allow us to explain, a union is a group of people who pool their resources to get more power and leverage. Our union has over 35,000 members which is every single undergraduate student at uOttawa. As a single group, we work towards the same goals and trying to achieve positive change for that group. In this instant, UOSU works to ensure its student members at uOttawa receive more rights, more power, more resources and have a larger voice. 

If you want to know if you’re a member, simply answer this question: Are you studying an Undergraduate program at the University of Ottawa full-time or part-time? If you answered yes, then you are a member of UOSU! 

The Union works a little differently than a regular organization, our members can participate in how the Union is run. Each year, we hold General Elections (winter term) and By-Election to elect our Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Members are welcome to participate in these processes by voting, nominating or volunteering! 

Your elected student representatives meet with decision makers at uOttawa to push for positive changes for our student members. But our Union does even more! We also have over 100 employees that work to offer 15 students services, we have the PIVIK General Store, provide resources to over 300+ student clubs on campus, run 101 Week and offer hundreds of free and fun events!

Our Mandate

  • To advocate on behalf of and provide services to undergraduate students at the University of Ottawa. 
  • Work to improve the academic and social lives of its Members.
  • To create a more fair and more inclusive academic and social environment at the University of Ottawa.
  • To conduct all business and to offer all services and programs in English and French AND to promote bilingualism and francophone representation at the University of Ottawa.
  • To acknowledge and to respect the independence of the Recognized Student Governments AND to work with such student governments to advance the shared interests of all students.
  • To commit to the principle of equity :
    • Against discrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, belief, citizenship, creed, ethnicity, disability, family status, gender expression, gender identity, marital status, place of origin, race, sex or sexual orientation.
  • To commit to the principle of student autonomy and work to secure the expressive and associative rights of all students
  • To acknowledge and to respect  the current and historical contributions of the Algonquin Anishinaabe peoples, on whose traditional and unceded territory where the University of Ottawa is located. 
  • Defend the principle of student autonomy.
  • To decolonize the University of Ottawa.

Our History


2019 – 2020

Advocacy Commissioner – Sam Schroeder 
Francophone Affairs Commissioner – Natasha-Lyne Roy 
Operations Commissioner – Rony Fotsing 
Student Life Commissioner – Jason Seguya 
Equity Commissioner – Judy El-Mohtadi 

2020 – 2021

President – Babacar Faye 
Advocacy Commissioner – Tim Gulliver 
Francophone Affairs Commissionner – Marissa St-Amand 
Operations Commissioner – Ines Nour El Huda – resigned 
Student Life Commissioner – Ashley Wunsch
Equity Commissioner –  Jason Seguya
Student Services Commissioner – Amina El Himri 

2021 – 2022

President – Tim Gulliver 
Advocacy Commissioner – Armaan Singh 
Francophone Affairs Commissioner – Lia Bosquet 
Operations Commissioner – Nouria Sawadogo 
Clubs & Student Service Commissioner (May – October) –  Amina El Himri 
Interim Student Clubs & Service Commissioner (October – April) – Zachary Flahaut 
Equity Commissioner – Sana Almansour (interim from May-October)

2022 – 2023

President – Armaan Singh 
Advocacy Commissioner –  Chelsey-Lynn Rousselle (May 2022 – March 2023)
Francophone Affairs Commissioner – Anjolina Hamel (May 2022 – December 2022)
Operations Commissioner – Nouria Sawadogo 
Student Life Commissioner –  Erin Atkinson 
Clubs & Services Commissioner – Zachary Flahaut 
Equity Commissioner – Sana Almansour (May 2022 – August 2022)

2023 – 2024

President – Delphine Robitaille (November – April)
Advocacy Commissioner –  Maisy Elspeth (May – March)
Interim Francophone Affairs Commissioner – Amine El Idrissi (May – November)
Francophone Affairs Commissioner – Tristan Maldonado-Rodriguez (November – March)
Operations Commissioner – Fiona Broughton (May – August)

Interim Operations Commissioner – Jessika Salambere (January – April)
Student Life Commissioner – Rayne Daprato
Communications Commissioner – Daniel Thorp (November – April)
Equity Commissioner – Joyce Williams (May – November)
Interim Equity Commissioner – Imani Bunzigiye (January – April)

Your Team

Meet the Team

Your Executive and Management Team

2023 – 2024

Executive and Management Team

Meet the Team



Our Commitment

The University of Ottawa Students’ Union (UOSU) is a non-profit based on the campus, led by students to advocate on the behalf of Undergraduate students on the University of Ottawa campus. 

You might not know what a union is so allow us to explain, a union is a group of people who pool their resources to get more power and leverage. Our union has over 35,000 members which is every single undergraduate student at uOttawa. As a single group, we work towards the same goals and trying to achieve positive change for that group. In this instant, UOSU works to ensure its student members at uOttawa receive more rights, more power, more resources and have a larger voice. 

If you want to know if you’re a member, simply answer this question: Are you studying an Undergraduate program at the University of Ottawa full-time or part-time? If you answered yes, then you are a member of UOSU! 

The Union works a little differently than a regular organization, our members can participate in how the Union is run. Each year, we hold General Elections (winter term) and By-Election to elect our Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Members are welcome to participate in these processes by voting, nominating or volunteering! 

Your elected student representatives meet with decision makers at uOttawa to push for positive changes for our student members. But our Union does even more! We also have over 100 employees that work to offer 15 students services, we have the PIVIK General Store, provide resources to over 300+ student clubs on campus, run 101 Week and offer hundreds of free and fun events!



Our Mandate

  • To advocate on behalf of and provide services to undergraduate students at the University of Ottawa. 
  • Work to improve the academic and social lives of its Members.
  • To create a more fair and more inclusive academic and social environment at the University of Ottawa.
  • To conduct all business and to offer all services and programs in English and French AND to promote bilingualism and francophone representation at the University of Ottawa.
  • To acknowledge and to respect the independence of the Recognized Student Governments AND to work with such student governments to advance the shared interests of all students.
  • To commit to the principle of equity :
    • Against discrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, belief, citizenship, creed, ethnicity, disability, family status, gender expression, gender identity, marital status, place of origin, race, sex or sexual orientation.
  • To commit to the principle of student autonomy and work to secure the expressive and associative rights of all students
  • To acknowledge and to respect  the current and historical contributions of the Algonquin Anishinaabe peoples, on whose traditional and unceded territory where the University of Ottawa is located. 
  • Defend the principle of student autonomy.
  • To decolonize the University of Ottawa.

Where to Find Us

7-85 University Private, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5​
613-783-1380 Ext. 101 Or 102​
info@seuo-uosu.com


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Reception Hours

Monday: 10:00 – 15:00
Tuesday: 10:00 – 15:00
Wednesday: 10:00 – 15:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 15:00
Friday: 10:00 – 15:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed