Welcome to our CUSA Clubs Directory! With over 170 clubs to explore, we have no doubt you’ll find your home away from home. The toggles on the left can help you sort your search to find exactly what you’re looking for. When you’re ready, you can click on the club’s logo to access their profile page and start exploring.
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Access Carleton Disability Club (ACDC)

Access Carleton Disability Club (ACDC) is a community for people with disabilities and allies who strive to improve accessibility and inclusion for disabled students on campus through student-led advocacy. ACDC is a place to meet other like-minded students and attend disability-related workshops and fun community events such as accessible movie nights and craft nights.
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Ahlul-Bayt Students’ Association – Carleton

The Ahlul-Bayt Students’ Association (ABSA) is a non-profit organization at Carleton University. The heart of the organization revolves around the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH) and his pure family. ABSA seeks to preserve their teachings and values and provide students with religious, social and individual necessities to fulfill their religious obligations and academic duties. Our mission encourages cooperation with other clubs to build a healthy environment on campus that is free from prejudice, racism and discrimination.
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AIESEC in Carleton

AIESEC in Carleton offers its members many opportunities for growth and development. With its presence in over 2,600 affiliated universities and over 126 countries and territories, AIESEC can help young people discover and develop their potential. As the largest international student-run organization in the world, AIESEC aims to promote global understanding through leadership development and international exchange. Our Global Talent, Global Teacher, and Global Volunteer programs provide students and recent graduates the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign country in the areas of education, marketing, finance, and more. Our 60,000 members worldwide have the opportunity to develop their professional and leadership skills, gain an international perspective, and expand their personal network.
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Anime@Carleton

Anime@Carleton (A@C) is devoted to the exposure of and provides a community to connect, discuss, and socialise over mutual interests and passions in Japanese as well as East Asian animation and media at Carleton. We hold weekly showings of a diverse selection of anime shows and movies in addition to hosting club dinners, anime theatre excursions, and other club activities as well as providing benefits like club discounts to anime conventions such as Anime North. Everyone is welcome to join, attend, and participate in the club from those simply curious and interested to those more earnest and passionate.
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Asian Canadians Association Carleton (ACAC)

ACAC is an organization that encourages awareness and discussion surrounding Asian Canadian experiences and issues. Asian Canadian experiences and issues may be experiences that are unique or disproportionately affect individuals of Asian ancestry living in Canada. Individuals of Asian ancestry includes all individuals whose ancestors originated from the continent of Asia, and includes indigenous, multi-racial, and Black Asian individuals. The organization shall host educational, social, and cultural events both on and off campus which centre Asian Canadian experiences. ACAC welcomes students and individuals from all backgrounds, regardless of ancestry, who are interested in learning more about Asian Canadian experiences and cultures to its events!
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