Welcome to the University of Alberta’s Education Students’ Association!

We begin by respectfully acknowledging that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 territory. We are grateful to be on Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Métis, Blackfoot, and Nakota Sioux territory; specifically the ancestral space of the Papaschase Cree. These Nations are our family, friends, faculty, staff, students, and peers. As members of the University of Alberta Education Students’ Association we honour the nation-to-nation treaty relationship. We aspire for our learning, research, teaching, and governance to acknowledge and work towards the decolonization of Indigenous knowledge and traditions.

The University of Alberta’s Education Students’ Association is an ATA Student Local that strives to create a sense of community by offering services that enhance academic, professional, and social experiences for students within the Faculty of Education here at the UofA.

The ESA strives to connect education students to multiple resources, provide them with opportunities to expand their academic experience by offering workshops and PD session resources, and aim to unite fellow education students by hosting and participating in a variety of awesome social and athletic events!

Interested in an ESA membership or just want to say hi? Come by our office in 4th floor lounge – ED North, 4-110

Education Week Events!

Undergraduate Research Initiative

Want to get involved in undergraduate research related to education and do not know how? Attend a short presentation by the Undergraduate Research Initiative on January 31st at 4pm to get all the information you need! The location is TBD

Want to stay updated about events, PD session, and volunteer opportunities without coming to our website? Enrol yourself in the ESA Eclass page using your CCID! Go to this link, login using your CCID and click “Enrol Me”. It’s that simple!

Don’t miss out on our PD sessions!

Interested in becoming a volunteer? Email esavolun@ualberta.ca or fill out the volunteer form.

Interested in becoming a member? CLICK HERE for more information on why you should join the ESA!

Attending meetings is a great way to stay informed and get involved in your faculty of Education community!