About STU

Affiliations

Canadian

AARAO - Atlantic Association of Registrar’s and Admissions Officers
AAU - Association of Atlantic Universities
ACCUC - Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities of Canada
AHED - Academics for Higher Education and Development*
AUCC - Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
CFH - Canadian Federation for the Humanities
CASE - Council for Advancement and Support of Education
CASSW - Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work
CASWE - Canadian Association for Social Work Education
CAUBO - Canadian Association of University Business Officers
CCCM - Canadian Catholic Campus Ministry
CCSA - Canadian Catholic Student Association
NACAC - National Association for College Admission Counselling
NAUBCS - National Association of University Board Chairs and Secretaries
NCCAA - National Catholic College Admission Association
MPHEC - Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission
RSC-SRC - The Royal Society of Canada - The Academies of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada
SSHRC - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

International

American
ACCU - Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities of America
ACTC - Association for Core Texts and Courses
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
NEACAC - New England Association for College Admission Counselling
IACAC - International Association of College Admission Counseling

International
CIS - Council of International Schools
ICUSTA - International Council of Universities of Saint Thomas Aquinas
IFCU - International Federation of Catholic Universities
SHASTRI - Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute

Athletic

ACAA - Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association
AUS - Atlantic University Sport
CCAA - Canadian Colleges Athletic Association
CIS - Canadian Interuniversity Sport
Fitness NB
Athletics NB

* Academics for Higher Education and Development (AHED) is a Canadian bi-lingual non-governmental organization incorporated in March 2007 with charity status in 2008. AHED’s mission is to support developing countries in building capacity in higher education. AHED fosters this goal by sending as volunteers working and retired professionals and academics, including faculty, staff, and administrators, on projects in the developing world to assist in building and improving tertiary education there.