What is a General Meeting?
A General Meeting is a meeting of the general membership of an organization required by law, often held annually, to conduct important business on behalf of the organization.
It’s a highly influential opportunity to shape the direction of the organization, hold the Board of Directors, Executive, and your elected student Councillors directly accountable, and to act as a forum for discussing what’s important to you.
As all UWaterloo undergrads are members of WUSA, you are invited to attend to help make important decisions that will guide our efforts moving forward.
Why should you attend?
Want to hear what’s going on with WUSA? Or bring forward a change to improve your student experience? Here’s your chance to participate and have your say!
The day-to-day operations of WUSA are looked after by your elected student representatives and supported by staff, so that you can focus on your academics, social life, well-being, and everything else students’ juggle.
Once a year, WUSA holds a General Meeting where all 30,000+ members (including you) can attend to provide direction for what you want us to do and how you want us to operate for the year ahead.