The Forestry Undergraduate Society (FUS) consists of the undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Forestry at UBC. The UBC Faculty of Forestry is one of the top Forestry programs in the world. The foundation of the Faculty’s reputation can be attributed to the FUS’s academic, professional, and societal contributions.
The FUS Council directs the FUS and represents the Alma Mater Society (AMS) of UBC for the Faculty of Forestry. About 20 elected student members embody the Council and are made up of individuals in all years and degree programs. The FUS Council shines with their enthusiasm for their fellow colleagues by providing professional, educational, recreational and social opportunities. They coordinate events to allow students to achieve certificates, participate in intramural sports teams, benefit from social events, partake in engaging presentations, and much more. The FUS ensures that each student will leave UBC with experiences they will treasure for the rest of their lives.
Feel free to approach the members of the FUS Council or attend a meeting to see how you can get involved. Find out more about the FUS with the links below.
Motivated by helping each UBC Forestry student get the most out of their undergraduate experience., the FUS’s goals are designed with students best interests in mind.
The FUS Council is a dynamic and outgoing group of individuals. They are very approachable, and can be contacted any time by email. Learn more about them here.
Get to know the people who represent your year, program, and the ones who take part in committees to help maximize your taste of UBC Forestry.
Old executive foresters who played an important role in the creation and development of today’s undergraduate society.