In spring 2014, CACUSS underwent an organizational change process which moved our organization from having 6 "divisions" to a more nimble, responsive structure intended to evolve and grow to meet the diverse needs of our membership and beyond.
Read more about the new Communities of Practice and Networks.
The Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS) previously consisted of six main divisions:
- Canadian Association of Disability Service Providers in Post-Secondary Education (CADSPPE)
CADSPPE is a national group of professionals who assist university and college students who have a disability.
- Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Association (SCAIA)
SCAIA welcomes all college and university professionals who are involved in issues of student discipline, both academic and non-academic.
- Canadian Organization of University and College Health (COUCH)
COUCH is a professional organization representing the interests of persons who work in health services in Canadian post-secondary educational institutions.
- Canadian University and College Counselling Association (CUCCA)
CUCCA is a national group of counsellors and counselling psychologists in post-secondary institutions, counselling educators and graduate students in counselling-related programs.
- National Aboriginal Student Services Association (NASSA)
NASSA’s mission is to empower institutions of higher learning to become welcoming environments where Aboriginal Peoples can successfully pursue educational goals while maintaining their cultural identities.
- Student Affairs and Services Association (SASA)
SASA welcomes its members from a broad range of student services professions. This diversity of membership offers an important opportunity for the sharing of information and experience in many fields.
If you are looking for more information on the previous divisions of CACUSS, please click one of the tabs in the menu on the left-hand side.