Students' Association of Mount Royal University

Hello Volunteers! Andrea here. Thanks for your interest in volunteering and continuing to volunteer with us! If you're looking to start getting to know people in the SAMRU/Volunteer community, a good place to start is our Face Book group page called: "SAMRU Volunteers". Find us and ask to join the group. We want to hear from you! Please also follow @mysamru on Face Book, and @samrubuzz on Instagram & Twitter to stay up to date on what's happening at SAMRU.

Myself and our Volunteer Logistics Administrator named Orry Roth, are the two people who you may see responding to your volunteer questions/ applications to be a volunteer. Before you start volunteering, please meet with myself or Orry to sign some paperwork or to answer your questions about volunteering, logging hours, appreciation, training, and your overall volunteer experience with us at SAMRU, please contact us at:

We want to help you connect with more of your peers in 2018-19 to build friendships, and to have plenty of fun, engaging experiences. Tell us how you'd like to be appreciated. Volunteers are the backbone of our organisation. You make a difference every time you help out, from programming to committee work, to supporting your peers and helping out in the garden. Thank you for all the great work you do with and for us! Keep coming back! 

We are in great need of Season of Caring volunteers AND both casual and peer support volunteers for the Peer Support Centre. Come check out the opportunities posted. We need your help, SAMRU volunteers!

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We Believe...

  • Learning goes beyond the classroom, contributing to the realization of aspirations.
  • Community is built on individual relationships and shared resources.
  • Our autonomy makes it possible to respond to the needs of our members.
  • Our integrity requires accountability, openness, responsible stewardship, and ethical governance. 
  • Diversity makes our community stronger and more vibrant.
  • Fun is essential to creativity, engagement, and social development.