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University of Victoria, Student Union Building, PO Box 3035
All undergraduate students at the University of Victoria are members of the UVic Students’ Society (UVSS). Founded in 1964, the UVSS is a social justice based non-profit run by students, it is separate from the University, and it runs a successful social enterprise that includes nine unique businesses. The students’ society exists to provide advocacy, representation, services, and events for its members. The UVSS works on issues affecting students, such as post-secondary funding, public transit, sexualized violence, campus sustainability, student employment, and affordable housing.
Our mission is to be a leader in providing high-quality accessible services, advocacy and events that enhance the student experience, and to build a campus community that embodies our values.
Our vision is to see full student engagement in our core components of advocacy, events, services, businesses and society governance.
The UVSS employs approximately 150 staff, consisting of student positions as well as permanent staff. The University of Victoria Students’ Society is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations are available for persons with a disability. Applicants with a disability are invited to meet in advance with the department manager to discuss their potential application. The majority of UVSS employees are unionized members of United Steelworkers, local 2009