BASS [BAS] /BÆS/

— n acronym for
Business Administration Student Society

Definition:

An entirely volunteer-run student organization, Business Administration Student Society (BASS)  represents the 4,336 students within the Bachelor of Business Administration program. Through a variety of social events, networking events, a mentorship program, an online publication and more, BASS provides countless leadership opportunities, while bridging together students, alumni, faculty members, and industry. BASS actively supports its affiliates such as SFU JDC West, as well as its 9 Beedie clubs to add utmost value to the Beedie experience.


VISION

To connect, inspire, and empower all students at the Beedie School of Business by enhancing the undergraduate experience through co-curricular events and programs.

MISSION

The Business Administration Student Society exists to create a connected experience through quality, student-run events and programs for undergraduate students at the Beedie School of Business.


FACULTY STUDENT UNION

As the Faculty Student Union (FSU), BASS helps bridge the gap between students, faculty and SFSS. BASS membership consists of those who are admitted into the Beedie School of Business. 

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

Read the Constitution and By-Laws here.