The President's portfolio consists of charting the direction of the Society and advocating on behalf of all Arts and Science students on academic and non-academic issues. For example, the Queen's Undergraduate Internship Program and the Personal Interest Credit, are the result of past presidents' efforts to improve student life.
From AMS Assembly, Faculty Board, and regular meetings with the Dean of Arts and Science, the President utilizes a number of avenues to ensure your concerns are raised, discussed and acted upon. If you have an issue or idea you’d like to bring forward, get the ball rolling by contacting the President.
Furthermore, the President, along with the VP, oversee an executive portfolio which consists of Arts and Science Formal, Career Projects, Information Technology, ASUS Orientation, and ASUS Camps. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vice-President is elected alongside the President and is directly responsible for all financial matters of the Society. The VP creates the yearly general operating budgetand works closely with the Head Gael and ASUS Camps Directors to ensure the financial sustainability of orientation week and camps.
The VP also works very closely with the President to make what was established in their election platform a reality. As a voting member on Faculty Board, ASUS Assembly, and AMS Assembly, the VP is responsible for acting in the best interest of students and advocating on their behalf.
If you have any questions about the financial operations of ASUS, financial assistance for ASUS initiatives, or grants, you can reach the Vice-President at email@example.com.
The ASUS Executive is elected by the Arts and Science student body. Together, the President and Vice-President guide the direction of the Society. The team oversees all of the Society’s operations, including ASUS Council, during a one year term. If you have a question and are unsure of who to get in touch with, your ASUS Executive is a great place to start!