Your Students’ Union

OCSU is the membership organization of over 7000 studying at Okanagan College across Kelowna, Penticton, and Salmon Arm campuses. We provide students with advocacy, services, campaigns, and events year round. We work hard to ensure students’ voices are heard and we strive to support students in the best means possible while achieving their educational goals.

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Introducing: The Harbour Virtual Food Hamper!

The Okanagan College Students’ Union operates The Harbour as a safe space on the Penticton campus for LGBTQ2S+ folks and allies, and to share resources for students, and assist with food security for all members. Normally, we operate out of the Penticton campus, but we have had to switch to a virtual platform, for the […]

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Our Mandate

The Okanagan College Students’ Union operates under three specific
mandates. We aim to ensure that post-secondary education is of
high quality, publicly funded, and we hold education decision makers
and stakeholders accountable to students. OCSU strives to achieve
these goals through providing the students of Okanagan College with
advocacy, services, and events.

  • Advocacy

    ·Social justice & fair access campaigns
    ·Lobbying government officials
    ·Lobbying college administrators
    ·Providing support with grade appeals and academic & non-academic
    challenges

  • Services

    ·Free supplies like handbooks, water bottles, and pens
    ·Safer sex supplies, menstrual hygiene products, and hand sanitizer
    ·Extended Health & Dental benefits for eligible students
    ·Local & BC-wide student discounts
    ·Subsidual services such as legal aid

  • Events

    ·Fostering campus community
    ·Promoting stress relief and mental health on campus
    ·Education about important campaigns and causes
    ·Empowering students
    ·Free food

Read our 2020 Report of the Board

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We respectfully acknowledge that our places of work are on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Syilx/Okanagan people & Secwepemc Shuswap people.