The NBSA works closely with key stakeholders and decision-makers to advance our vision of an affordable, accessible, and high-quality postsecondary education system whose students enjoy an exceptional quality of life, and to turn our policy priorities into reality.

Board @ Parliament2

We believe that engaging in the political process by working with the New Brunswick government is key to ensuring that students’ concerns are heard. We work hard to communicate our positions to government clearly and transparently.

Min Monsef @ Reception

Our location in the heart of Fredericton allows us to meet with the Department of Postsecondary Education, Training and Labour on a regular basis and to participate in government committees, task forces, and working groups. Since 2014, the NBSA has also hosted an annual Advocacy Week where student leaders meet with Members of the Legislative Assembly and government staff to advance our policy recommendations.

David Coon

The NBSA’s stakeholder relations also extend beyond government to include university administrators, faculty associations, and other third-party allies including fellow non-profit organizations. The NBSA is constantly working on all fronts toward a better postsecondary education system for all.

Karen Ludwig

Stakeholders we have met with in the past year include:

  • Department of Postsecondary Education, Training, and Labour
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Justice and Public Safety
  • Executive Council Office
  • Premier’s Office
  • New Brunswick Human Rights Commission
  • Department of Finance
  • Treasury Board
  • Office of the Lieutenant-Governor
  • Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission
  • Office of the Official Opposition (Caucus)
  • Office of Government Members (Caucus)
  • Leader of the NB Green Party
  • Fredericton Chamber of Commerce
  • Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations
  • Mount Allison Faculty Association
  • University of New Brunswick
  • St Thomas University
  • Mount Allison University
  • Université de Moncton
  • Dialogue New Brunswick
  • Members of Parliament for Fredericton, New Brunswick Southwest, Fundy Royal, and Saint John – Rothesay
  • The Honourable Senator for Rothesay, New Brunswick
  • Canada Student Loans Program, Employment and Social Development Canada
  • Opportunities NB
  • Jobs Board Secretariat, Executive Council Office
  • New Brunswick Electoral Reform Commission
  • Conference Board of Canada
  • Fredericton Sexual Assault Centre
  • UNB Counselling Services
  • Partners for Youth
  • Mount Allison’s Meighen Centre for Learning Assistance & Research
  • Women’s Equality Branch, Executive Council Office
  • New Brunswick Experiential Education Task Force
  • New Brunswick Community College
  • New Brunswick Multicultural Council
  • Canadian Mental Health Association – New Brunswick
  • Mayor, City of Fredericton
  • Mayor’s Office, Ville de Moncton
  • Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre, University of New Brunswick
  • New Brunswick Women’s Council