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Saskatoon Engineering Students' Society

The saskatoon engineering students’ society (sess) is the official college-wide students’ society of the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. Our purpose is to serve the interests of the students in the college. The objective of the Saskatoon Engineering Students’ Society is to improve the university experience for undergraduate engineering students through Providing academic support for students, Supporting the professional development of students, Supporting the social needs of the students by organizing and promoting social events and services, Support initiatives of student groups within the engineering community, and Representing the students within the college as well as providing the community with a positive image of the college. The saskatoon engineering society has a mandate to advance the engineering profession and related societies by assisting in information exchange between Society members and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) Council by acting as a local agent and focal point to promote matters pertaining to the education and awareness of the profession. The goals of sess are a) To generally represent the profession within the designated geographic area of the Society. b) To provide an effective liaison between the members of the Society and the Council of APEGS to facilitate communications between members and council. c) To promote interest and participation by members in its activities, objectives, and current issues of the profession. d) To inform students and educators about careers in the profession. e) To provide support (financial or otherwise) to students engaged in or entering engineering education. f) To promote continuing education for existing members to keep them current.

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