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Acadia University
Faculty Association

Welcome to the website for the Acadia University Faculty Association

Here, you can access general information about the AUFA, articles, agreements, issues facing academic associations, and links to affiliate organizations.

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 at aufa@acadiau.ca.

In solidarity,

Claire Mallin
President, Acadia University Faculty Association


AUFA is the trade union which represents full and part time faculty, librarians, archivists, instructors, lecteurs/lectrics, and PAD lecturers at Acadia University.


Our collective agreements have given faculty a say over working conditions, grievance procedures, and the right to bargain for fair wages and benefits.


As well as representing our members in bargaining, AUFA provides several important services for our members.

We, along with faculty associations across Canada, stand in solidarity with @AMPL_AMPD! We were proud to have @AcadiaFaculty members walk the lines at @mcgillu with the @CAUT_ACPPU flying pickets. #solidarity

Equity Conference, Halifax, May 3 for NS faculty. Keynote by Dr. Marvin Claybourn on equity initiatives at Cdn universities. Registration closes soon. http://ansut.ca
@AcadiaFaculty @appbusa @StFXAUT @cbufa @FunscadM @dalfacultyassoc @CUPE3912
@SMUFacultyUnion @CAUT_ACPPU

Congratulations to @AcadiaSociology Honours student Emme Manuel on being awarded the Lois Vallely-Fischer Award for Democratic Student Citizenship by @AcadiaFaculty at today's AGM.

We @AcadiaFaculty stand in solidarity with CUPE 3903 in their ongoing strike for better wages and improved working conditions at York University. We will be sending an additional $500 for their strike fund!

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Upcoming Meeting

April 19, 11:00 – 1:00
KCIC Auditorium and online



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