The Students' Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) is the student government body that represents and serves Mount Royal University students. SAMRU is a charitable organization that owns and operates the student centre, Wyckham House. The Students' Association and student executive offices are located on the second floor of Wyckham House. http://www.samru.ca/about/
The Cultural Mosaic Centre (CMC) provides information, creates networking opportunities and provides a venue for international and Canadian students to explore each other's cultures By offering cultural experiences through group activities, volunteer opportunities, and multicultural events, this program represents unique opportunities for international and Canadian students to express themselves and celebrate diversity in a supportive, community-based environment.
Students with similar academic, social or representational interests can become part of a Club. These groups hold regular meetings throughout the year and accomplish many things, including hosting social events and activities, fundraisers, graduation celebrations and participating in Students' Association (SA) initiatives.
The Students' Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) believes the ultimate goal of all Mount Royal University students is academic success and personal achievement. The E-Awards scholarships recognize students who have contributed to their campus community in an outstanding way that inspires and enhances the lives of their fellow Mount Royal students.
The E-Awards, which stand for Excellence, Enrichment and Endeavour, are presented at an annual awards ceremony hosted by the Students' Association every spring. SAMRU has been honouring exceptional contributions from its members for over 50 years now.