We provide assistance with academic appeals and non-academic matters, as well as advocate for change to university policies on behalf of students. We can help guide you through the process and offer support during meetings with the University.Learn more about our Advocacy Office.
Our aim is to provide students with activities and opportunities to learn about wellbeing, as well as raising awareness about resources available to students. Current programming includes StressLess, SAMU Cares, Artworks and more.Learn more about SAMU programs.
We're here to support students through a variety of services like Peer Support, The Pantry and Safe Walk. Whether you need a kick-start to your morning, a trained volunteer to talk to or a safe walk to your destination, SAMU has you covered.Learn more about SAMU services.
Health & Dental Plan
Let’s face it, health and dental coverage can seem complicated. Learn exactly how the SAMU Health and Dental plan benefits you, how to opt out, and if all else fails, how to talk to a real person for help.Learn more about your Health & Dental Plan.
You don't have to stay on the campaign trail to be part of SAMU politics. Learn about our elections, how students keep SAMU accountable, and the ways you can get involved in governance.Learn more about governance.
SAMU Student Groups
With a variety of academic, activist and interest-based groups, there's something for everyone. Learn how you can join or start your own group, and easily access group forms and resources.Learn more about student groups.
Blog & Upcoming Events
Wellbeing blogs are written by the SAMU Wellbeing Assistant, Lauren Rundell. The beginning of a new year can be an excellent opportunity to reflect on the previous year and focus on what’s to come next year. With […]
It’s been a strange year, and that means the holidays might be challenging for some students. This year, SAMU wants to help by giving away gifts related to a service or program that we offer to all […]
Wellbeing blogs are written by the SAMU Wellbeing Assistant, Lauren Rundell. Often, creativity is considered something innate in people; we’ve been doing it forever, and it’s something that just kind of naturally happens. Intuitively, most people […]