1. To organize students on a democratic, co-operative basis in advancing our interests and those of our community;
  2. To provide a common framework within which students can communicate, exchange information and share experiences, skills and ideas;
  3. To ensure the effective use and distribution of the resources of the student movement
  4. To bring students together to discuss and to achieve necessary educational, administrative, or legislative change wherever decision-making affects students;
  5. To facilitate co-operation among students in organizing services that supplement our academic experience, provide for our human needs and that develop a sense of community with our peers and other members of society;
  6. To articulate the real desire of students to fulfill the duties, and be accorded the rights of citizens in our society and in the international community; and
  7. To achieve our ultimate goal–a system of post-secondary education that is accessible to all, which is of high quality, which is nationally planned, which recognizes that the legitimacy of student representation and the validity of student rights, and whose role in society is clearly recognized and appreciated.