Student Development in the office of Student Affairs and Services includes the research, development and administration of programmes and activities relating to students, the evaluation of existing programmes, the identification and assessment of emerging campus trends; long range planning, development and fostering of organizational goals as they relate to student governments, clubs, campus societies, development programmes, student discipline code and student complaints.

The Student Development Centre, is located in the TSC-2005. This centre contains the Wellness Education, the Student Affairs Liaison Officer, Peer Orientation Programme, Peer Helper Programme, Off-Campus Housing, Student Volunteer Bureau, Orientation, Quality of Student Life Forum Coordinator, Leadership Awards, and First Year Services Centre. This Centre also houses an association of chaplains who offer individual and joint programmes including denominational and weekly inter-faith worship, seasonal services, discussion groups and full-time pastoral counselling. The chaplains and students work together with common values to improve the quality of life on campus


St. Augustine's Church
Sunday 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 p.m. Faith Sharing


Friday 7:30
Education Building, E1020

Roman Catholic

St. John's College Chapel
Sunday 4:00 p.m. Mass
Monday 7:00 p.m. Faith Sharing

United Church

St. James United Church
Sunday 11:00 a.m.

Salvation Army

Friday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study
9:00 p.m. Social/Recreation Activities

Three additional Centres have been developed to respond to changing student needs. 1) CONTACS - The Centre for Orientation of Non-Traditional and Commuter students, located in TSC-3036 houses the Higher Education Research and Assessment Unit which focues on research and retention services; 2) The Blundon Centre, TSC-2008 coordinates on-campus services for students with disabilities and students with short-term illnesses and injuries; and 3) the Student Employment Services Centre is designed to assist graduates and undergraduates to obtain permanent, summer or part time employment; to provide employment counselling and labour market information; and to assist employers wishing to recruit at Memorial. Students seeking graduate employment should contact the Centre early in September of their graduating year. Students requiring summer or part time positions should contact the Centre on a weekly basis during the academic year. In preparation of the job search the Centre can provide assistance with interview skills, resume preparation and job search assistance. A resource library of recruiter materials is available. Students are requested to contact the Centre staff for assistance. Appointments are requested. For further information please contact the Employment Services Centre on the 1st floor, CL 1000, Coughlan College.

The Native Liaison Office in cooperation with the Labrador Inuit Association assists native students in their university careers.

For further information about the above services, contact the Office of the Director in the Office of Student Affairs and Services A-3039, 737-7594.

Last modified on October 8, 1997 by MaryJane Puxley

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