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Student Clubs

Association of Political Science Students

The Association of Political Science Students (APSS) is a group comprised of dedicated Political Science students who are interested in organizing politically related events in order to bring together Political Science students and Political Science professors.

We are a registered student association at Laurier under the Arts Undergraduate Society.

The purpose of APSS at Laurier is to foster social interaction between students, faculty members and alumni, to provide academic support and resources to students, and to create an open forum for discussion and engagement on all things political. Throughout the year we will host several events such as “Meet the Profs” and collaborate with other groups on campus to provide quality programming.

APSS will also give students the opportunity to take on leadership roles that will make them more confident while also providing them with noteworthy experience for future employment. Involvement in APSS will, of course, be recorded in their co-curricular records.

Above all, we have fun together and build lasting friendships, and we are always looking for more motivated Political Science students to join this group to make it the best it can be!

Laurier Law Society

The Laurier Law Society provides the Laurier student body with a comprehensive understanding of legal professions, and strategies to prepare them for law school and a career in law. The Laurier Law Society executes this mandate by clarifying the law school application process, the structure of law school, and what a career in law may entail.

If you are interested in being a general member, please kindly send an email to with your full name, myLaurier email address, student number, program and year, and you will be added to our general member emailing list. By being added to our emailing list you will receive our general information emails and invitations to our events.

Contact Us:

E: Political Science
T: 519.884.0710 x3374
Office Location: DAWB 4-120

Office Hours:

Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Graduate Officer

E: Yasmine Shamsie

Undergraduate Program Coordinator

E: Andrea Brown