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Oliver Wyman Fall Reception & Full-time application Details

Fall Reception Monday, September 12th, 7:30pm, University of Waterloo Campus The Oliver Wyman Fall Reception at University of Waterloo is an invite-only opportunity to network with our consultants to learn more about Oliver Wyman and the work we do. We encourage all students who are interested in full-time opportunities to apply for the Fall Reception. To apply […]

SAF study rooms in SAF lounge closed

Hello students on campus this term! The 3 SAF lounge study rooms will be closed starting tomorrow, lasting approx. 2 weeks in order for the new ventilation system to be installed in preparation for summer! The SAF lounge itself should be open. Sorry for the inconvenience, but hopefully this will make the rest of your […]

Women in Business Scholarship

The Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship is a major scholarship opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate female students in business. This scholarship is eligible for women pursuing a business or business-related program who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field. Particularly, the awards committee is looking for female students with an outstanding academic record […]

AFSA Goes for Gold takes home first gold at BUAC 2014!

With the launch of the AFSA Goes for Gold program this past Spring, much was uncertain, as is always will be, with the launch of a new student run initiative. The program’s goal, post-levy implementation, will be to send over 150 students to over 30 conferences Canada, and worldwide. Pre-levy implementation, the goal of the […]

Open letter to students:

On November 20th, 2014, Imprint published the article “AFSA not going anywhere anytime soon” which focused on Accounting and Finance Student Association (AFSA) “face[ing] obstacles in being recognized as a Feds Society”. As Imprint phrased, “an alternate solution” to becoming a society was to institute a levy on the students. Imprint’s claims are false and […]

Our Sponsors

AFSA is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Business Students (CABS). CABS brings together commerce societies similar to AFSA from universities across Canada and oversees the execution of multiple conferences which AFSA and our SAF students are stakeholders and participants in. AFSA has leveraged its CABS membership to learn about best practices from other members schools, which has led to the work on AFSA's Goes for Gold conference program, AFSA's potential commerce levy, and AFSA's potential standing as a student society within FEDS. AFSA has been a member since Spring term of 2013.