The Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Association (ECSGA) represents all the graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University. The ECSGA was founded as a non-profit organization in 1985. The association was formed with a mission to be the voice of all graduate students to the ENCS faculty, administration, and other student associations of Concordia university and to external organizations. The association has grown into a vibrant and perceptive group to necessitate the academic and social needs of its members, so as to render a noteworthy University experience to them.
The association is present to help and provide all graduate students with the services they need, to represent them in decision-making on faculty of Engineering and Computer Science issues of concern to graduate students and to organize social events that will help them balance the demanding lifestyle of a graduate student with fun and entertainment.
The ECSGA has two governing bodies: the execute and council each of which has a specific role to play in the running of our association. The execute help oversee the operation of the organization. Council concentrate on decision which impacts the political and social issues of graduate student at faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. All engineering and computer science students are eligible and encouraged to run for position within the association while pursuing their graduate degree at the University.
In addition to planning events for students directly, the ECSGA also offers sponsorship to engineering and computer science students for academic, social and informational events throughout the year. For a complete listing of events that are planned by association, just drop by the ECSGA office or visit us at http://concordiaecsga.ca.
We wish you the best of luck in your graduate studies at the Concordia University. Feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com. We encourage you to take advantages of the wide variety of services offered to you by the ECSGA.