What We Do

The Alberta Students' Executive Council (ASEC) is a provincial advocacy organization representing the interests of more than 100,000 students from 15 post-secondary institutions across Alberta. We are a place where students learn, lead and work together to create innovative solutions for Alberta’s post-secondary sector. 


Our Executive Council

Established in 1982, ASEC advances its advocacy goals by taking a collaborative approach to developing solutions for students. Recent examples of successful ASEC policy proposals include the launch of the $1.5M Alberta Campus Mental Health Innovation Fund, the development of the Serving Communities Internship Program, and reforms to the student financial aid system. 


ASEC News Coverage


STAR METRO Edmonton - Alberta students’ group sounds alarm over Ontario tuition changes

by KEVIN MAIMANN (StarMetro Edmonton)

Tues., Jan. 22, 2019




Jessica Turowski, ACMHI Project Manager, gives an overview of the three-year project

The students' associations of SAIT Polytechnic and Medicine Hat College have been involved in grassroots efforts on their respective campuses to reduce stigma around mental health. Learn about their successes in the videos above and below.

ASEC 2014 Goal Setting Conference