Who are we?
The New Brunswick Student Alliance (NBSA) is the largest student organization in New Brunswick, representing over 12,000 post-secondary students across four member campuses. We advocate for a post-secondary education system where any qualified student can attain a high-quality education while enjoying an exceptional quality of life.
The NBSA is governed by a Board of Directors made up of student leaders from the student associations of Mount Allison University, St. Thomas University, and the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton and Saint John campuses. In working to improve New Brunswick’s post-secondary education system, we conduct research and draft evidence-based policy to form recommendations to government. We work closely with government, university administrators, faculty representatives, members of the media, and various partner organizations to keep student issues at the forefront of public discussion and to make students’ priorities a reality.
We strive to constantly improve our ability to serve our members, who represent the majority of New Brunswick’s post-secondary students.
The New Brunswick Student Alliance is governed by a Board of Directors made up of two student representatives from each of its members who elect two Board Officers, a Chair and a Vice-chair.
Directors are responsible for upholding the NBSA’s bylaws and internal policies and for managing the organization’s day-to-day activities.