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RENSSELAER UNION One of the reasons why student life is so vibrant at Rensselaer is because it is entirely run by students. In fact the Rensselaer Union is one of the only student-run Unions in the country. Every enrolled activity fee-paying student is a member of the Rensselaer Union a self-supporting and a self- governing body that controls finances and organizes student activities. Students are responsible for the business operations of the Union including a convenience food store a full-service bank and a number of other retail operations. Student leaders at Rensselaer are elected in an all-campus student election each spring. Serving the greater community is an important value that the Rensselaer Union embraces wholeheartedly and our efforts take many forms. These include everything from raking leaves on Troys Earth Day to participating in Rensselaers Relay for Life which raises over 500000 for the American Cancer Society. Groups of Rensselaer students raise funds to buy holiday gifts for local elementary schoolchildren while others help build houses through our Habitat for Humanity chapter. Altogether there are 16 student organizations devoted to community service and to making a difference in the lives of our neighbors. students operate a 10000-watt radio station STUDENT UNION BUSINESSES 2800students live on campus BEN JERRYS COLLEGIATE STORE BARBER FOOD STORE BANK