Political Policies


As the representative body of students at Mount Allison, the MASU adopts political positions on issues that affect students in order to advocate on their behalf. These policies are adopted democratically through referendum, general meeting, or by the Students’ Administrative Council. For information on how the MASU develops policy and how students can bring forward policy for the MASU to formally adopt, please see Operating Procedure XV – Policy Development.

Active MASU Policy

Policy 2014-01: Mental Health Resource Information in Course Syllabi

Policy 2015-01: Residence Staff Compensation

Policy 2018-01: Indigenous Faculty Hires

Policy 2018-02: Acknowledging Rape Culture on the Mount Allison University Campus and at the MASU