Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a national general post-secondary students association? Does it do any disability-related advocacy work?
The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) unites 500,000 students who are members of over 80 college and university students’ unions across Canada. By lobbying, conducting research, mobilizing members, and organizing campaigns the Federation works to ensure a high quality system of post-secondary education that is accessible to all. Within the Federation there is a Constituency Group for Students with Disabilities.
Canadian Federation of Students (CFS)
338C Somerset Street West
Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 0J9
Telephone: (613) 232-7394
Fax: (613) 232-0276
Web site: http://www.cfs-fcee.ca
The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) is an alliance of students associations and student unions representing over 300,000 students from 23 post-secondary institutions in Canada. CASA represents and defends the interests of post-secondary students to federal and inter-provincial levels of government.
Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA)
P.O. Box Station D
Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 6H8
Telephone: (613) 236-3457
Web site: http://www.casa.ca/