Understanding the AU student experience

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The AU Student ExperienceThis is an exciting time at AU as we look to invest in better understanding the experiences and journeys our students go through, from their first interaction with the university through to becoming an alumnus!

To assist us in the development of these journeys, we have engaged with an agency partner which will conduct the interviews, and speak to AU students about their student journey experience so far.


Interviews are scheduled from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (MST) on Tuesday, April 12th through to Friday, April 15th. If you are interested and can spare 60-75 minutes for a phone interview, please email us expressing your interest to participate. Even better? We’re putting together an AU Swag Bag for those who participate!

Here’s the criteria:

1. Undergraduate program and/or graduate program students who have enrolled and started in the last 6 months OR
2. Program students that initially started as a non-program student who have enrolled and started a program in the last 6 months.

If you fit this criteria and would like to participate, email us with:

  • your name
  • your program
  • the date you started
  • the times you are available next week

Email us at social@athabascau.ca with the subject: Student Journey Interview and we will follow up with you shortly.

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