How To Contact Us Remotely

You can continue to reach our services at the following emails. Our service managers will be doing all they can to provide services in these uncertain times.

Reception desk virtual drop-in hours:
Monday to Thursday
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CSU SERVICES

Advocacy Centre
**The Advocacy Centre will be closed on Friday, July 23rd, 2021, for training purposes.**

advocacy@csu.qc.ca
Daycare & Nursery
info@csudaycarenursery.com
Off-Campus Housing and Job Resource Center
hojo@csu.qc.ca
Legal Information Clinic
legalclinic@csu.qc.ca

GENERAL INQUIRIES

You can reach our front desk for general inquiries at the email below:
contactus@csu.qc.ca

Our front desk will not be able to answer questions regarding the coronavirus. We encourage students to check the official Concordia F.A.Q. website or contact our COVID-19 email resource to stay informed.

For inquiries related to COVID-19:
Fill out and submit this form

FINANCIAL INQUIRIES

The CSU will now make all reimbursements and payments by e-transfers. Please go to our Reimbursement Forms page for updates. For any specific inquiries, contact finance@csu.qc.ca

OTHER RESOURCES

Concordia FAQ
https://www.concordia.ca/covid19info.html
covid19info@concordia.ca

Quebec helpline
1-877-644-4545

CSU Open Letter Regarding
REOPENING PLANS AND ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE FALL 2021 SEMESTER

To President Carr, Provost and Vice-President Academic Whitelaw, and the whole Concordia Administration,

With the Fall 2021 semester just around the corner, Concordia students at large do not feel like the safety measures and accommodations put in place by the University are enough to ensure a safe and successful return to campus for all.

CSU Statement on
LGBTQIA2+ APOLOGY


As we marched among our Montreal community for Pride this past weekend and celebrated queer joy, we want to take the time to acknowledge and once again reaffirm the importance of fighting for the LGBTQIA2+ community. At the CSU, it is our mandate to always do our best to support and uplift marginalized communities. But we need to acknowledge that, too often, we have let you down. We have allowed for a hostile and unsafe environment to be created and have not done enough for the LGBTQIA2+ students that needed our support. Particularly in regards to transphobia, we have allowed harm to be inflicted upon trans and non-binary students.

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