• Engaged with our Community

    Mna Ceoil performs at the annual International Women's Day Café in Wolfville, sponsored by AUFA's Women's Committee. Proceeds from the event support Chrysalis House.

  • Representing your Interests

    The signing of the 14th Collective Agreement.  From left to right: Jack Graham, Ray Ivany, Rachel Brickner, John Eustace.

  • Honouring our Students

    Kelly Dye presenting the Lois Vallely-Fischer Award for Democratic Student Citizenship to student Maya Basa. 




  • Supporting Sibling Associations

    Supporting Nippissing University Faculty Association in their 2015 job action.   Jim Grant, left, showing support from AUFA. 



  • Honouring Retirees

    Retiree Greg Pyrcz displays his gift at the annual, end of year celebration that pays tribute to retirees.






  • Working for our members

    The AUFA Executive and Negotiating Team meet to discuss strategy


Welcome to the website for the Acadia University Faculty Association!

You are currently in the public section of the website where you can access general information about the AUFA, articles, agreements, issues facing academic associations and links to affiliate organizations.

In the members’ section of the website, you will find specific information on committees and issues engaging the AUFA—including upcoming information related to preparations for the negotiation of the 15th Collective Agreement.  You must log in through the member portal to access confidential AUFA information.

As with any website, improvements are possible and we welcome your feedback on its appearance and functionality.  If you have any comment on ways to improve the site, or if you encounter any issues using or navigating the site, please contact the Union Officer, Jane Longley: jane.longley@acadiafaculty.ca

In solidarity,

Darlene Brodeur
President, Acadia University Faculty Association

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