African Students' Association
Diversity. Impact. Excellence
Past Events (2017-2018)
Get to Know Us
Hello, my name is Kantarama Senze.i love Africa and I am passionate about learning everything and anything to do with Africa.
My best place on earth is: Anywhere on top of a mountain, places near water bodies( I find it calming and it makes me feel connected to self) and African markets because I hear people's and lives unfold when we interact.
VP Student Affairs
Hi, my name is Natasha. I am from Harare(the city that never sleeps), Zimbabwe. I am currently studying Environmental Science and minoring in Soil Science at the University of Saskatchewan.You can easily spot me on campus smiling endlessly, so be sure to say hello!
Hi, my name is Powell Arimi and I am studying Chemical Engineering here at the University of Saskatchewan. I like to meet new people and have discussions on how we Africans can use the skills we've learned from here and apply them back home to build our communities. I also enjoy reading, art( different kinds). Feel free to say hello if you see me around
VP of communication
Hi, my name is Mildred Deborah Aizenosa and I am studying Physiology and Pharmacology here at the University of Saskatchewan.
My favorite quote of all times is by Maya Angelou( The great): "I've learned that people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel".
VP Public relations
Hi, My name is Axcel Raul. I am in my second year majoring in Physiology and Pharmacology here at the University of Saskatchewan. I am an optimistic and outgoing person. I like helping people out so if you see me around school please don't hesitate to say hi!.
VP Academics and Event coordinator
Hi, my name is Omotara Sanni. I am in my third year of Chemical Engineering here at the University of Saskatchewan. My goal in this role is to help the African students by partnering with other student bodies at the university to create a forum that best reaches the needs of the students whatever it may be. In my free time, I love to read, write and dance. If you see me around school please don't hesitate to say hi or ask for help.
The African Students Association aims to build a strong community and raise awareness of student services that we provide. Our events and service are to assist students to succeed academically and secondly, develop social and professional skills. This association is a place where anyone of any background can come and be accepted. We are also willing to achieve our goals by working with other ratified student groups and community organizations.