The SA is collecting monetary donations that will go directly to students in need. We will be providing e-gift cards to students in each hamper we hand out. Last year we helped and handed out over 500 e-gift card hampers to students during the holiday season.


Your executive is hard at work trying to meet the needs of every student during these very stressful times.  Following the link below you can see your executive’s availability and book a meeting with them.

Why are you still paying SA fees?

The RRCSA is still working hard for you during the COVID-19 crisis. We have shifted and almost everything we are doing is virtual and remote. While the physical offices remain closed, our board, student leaders and full-time staff continue to work to support students remotely. As the administrators of your student health and dental plans, and as advocates to ensure students’ interests are heard, advocacy and representation are important now more than ever. We are working hard at all levels of government and with RRC’s administration to address student concerns. However, with students’ access to campus being limited, there are barriers to our ability to deliver our services and on-campus activities like you have been accustomed to.

Since most classes have shifted from ‘Face-to-Face’ to ‘Blended or Online/Home’ delivery, our virtual presence has been elevated. We implemented an online ‘chat’ function on our website to address any real-time questions during our office hours 9 – 3:30pm, Monday – Friday. Stay connected with us on our social media to be up to date on our events and activities. By continuing to collect our SA fee, we ensure the RRCSA can continue to provide students with the many services, student supports, health benefits and advocacy students expect from us.

Throughout the many changes that have taken place during this crisis, the RRCSA has and will continue to support and assist Red River College students. We will continue to make sure students stay informed about resources, scholarship and financial support opportunities, mental health supports, and anything else that may be of benefit to you the student.

Please connect with our SA President if you have any questions.


Your Students’ Association




Your Students’ Association is here for you.

The SA exists for its members, so if you have any concerns, problems or suggestions, please visit our Notre Dame Campus office in CM20 or call us at 632-2375 or The Roblin Centre (Exchange District Campus) office, P110 call us at 949-8475.

What do we do?

On June 10, 1974, the Students’ Association was incorporated by an act of the Manitoba Legislature making it an independent legal and business entity.

The Students’ Association acts primarily as an advocate for student concerns. We develop spaces such as the Cave Lounge, Workshop, Coffee Shop in STTC,The Spectrum and many others. 

Throughout the school year, we organize events and activities ANY student can participate in and most of them completely free.  Some jammed packed weeks to keep an eye out for are Disorientation Week and Melt Down Week!

yOur executives


Avery Halldorson



VP Academic

Jahnavi Jahnavi




VP External Affairs

Austin Burtniak





VP Internal

Mandeep Sidhu