The Douglas Students’ Union (DSU) is a student-run and student-funded non-profit that offers advocacy, services and activities on campus to support you during your time at Douglas College.
The DSU advocates to make education affordable and accessible. Their services include an extended health and dental plan, locker rentals and an emergency food bank service. Campus activities range from clubs and events to volunteer opportunities.
The DSU is a member of the BC Federation of Students and is governed by a 15-person Board of Directors elected annually from the Douglas College student body. The DSU operates on both the New Westminster and Coquitlam campuses but is a separate organization from the College.
Visit the DSU’s website to learn more about the services they offer and their advocacy interests, as well as how you can get involved.
Student clubs and collectives
Want to meet like-minded students who share your interests? Join a student club or start your own!
Health and dental plan
The DSU offers a health and dental plan to help make health coverage more accessible and affordable for students.
The DSU hosts a variety of events each semester, including movie days, campus carnivals and wellness workshops.
Need a safe place to store your stuff on campus? Rent a locker at the New Westminster or Coquitlam Campus for the entire semester.