As your Vice President Internal, I will provide you with guidance and support if you feel that you may have received a grade that you do not deserve.
Some days we hear, what does the Student's Association do? With the whisperings of making student association fees optional, we have decided to give those of you who are unaware a little more insight of our services and how we add value to students with weekly blogs from the Students' Association team. Starting with President … Continue reading President’s Post 2019
It's that time of the year again, when we remember the men in our lives and draw attention to men dying young. Movember focusses on the 'Big 3' testicular cancer, prostate cancer and men's mental health. The Students' Association has created awareness and social events for the month that are fun and educational to … Continue reading Mo’ November Activities
Join us at the Vera Bracken Library Thursday September 27, 2018 for Chris Turner! Chris is one of Canada's leading Writers and speakers on sustainability, Renewable energy and liveable cities. Come listen and find out what he has to say about Medicine Hat and the future of our city. Open attendance for all. Stop … Continue reading Author Talk with Chris Turner
We are looking for 6 dedicated students to join our team as Social Media Ambassadors. The Social Media Ambassador is a stellar way to connect with your fellow students at MHC. As an Ambassador, you will keep students "in the know" with the inside scoop on SA Events, clubs and happenings at Medicine Hat College. … Continue reading Social Media Ambassadors
Crave reduced summer hours Monday- Friday 11:00 am- 2 pm. Crave will be closed for the summer starting Monday, June 11th.
Join us for Mental Health Week Starting on January 30th, from 11:00am to 1:00pm in the Den we will be serving David's Tea and providing some much needed pet therapy. January 3st is Bell, Let's Talk day where Bell will donate more towards mental health initiatives in Canada, by contributing $0.05 for every applicable text, … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Week