Education Students' Society

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Education Students' Society

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The Education Students Society was established in 1927 as the Education Club. The mandate of the club reflected the broad range of student interests, and is expressed in the founding constitution as "to further the social, athletic and professional interests of the members." Full club membership was opened to all College of Education students registered in three or more classes, while associate membership was reserved for those enrolled in less than three classes. In 1946, the Club was reorganized, and the name changed to the Education Students' Society. The Education Students' Society continues to advocate for student interests within the College of Education.


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