System used by the University of Alberta to maintain student information, as well as provide students with the following:
- Build a Schedule
- Enroll in classes
- Check your grades
- View your exam schedule
- Print tax forms
- Pay your fees
The Graduate Students' Association (GSA) is established by the province's Post-Secondary Learning Act (PSLA) as a corporation to represent graduate students at the University of Alberta. One of the GSA's key responsibilities is to act with "exclusive authority" in representing graduate students in negotiating a Collective Agreement for academically-employed graduate students.
As the official representative body for all Masters and Doctoral students at the University of Alberta, the GSA represents over 7,600 graduate students on some 170 committees, councils, and boards that regulate or shape a graduate student's academic and non-academic life at the University of Alberta. The equivalent for undergraduate students is the Students' Union, which is also set out in the PSLA as a corporation separate from the University of Alberta.
Services available are varied and include:
- Academic support
- Financial assistance
- Health services
- Counselling services
- Specialized Support and Disability Services
- Helping Individuals At Risk (HIAR)