The Dean of Student Affairs and Services is the senior person responsible for the coordination and implementation of support services for students and serves as a liaison between the student body and university administration. The primary goal of the Dean is to promote a welcoming and supportive environment so that students are able to maximize their opportunities for learning and personal development. The Dean provides leadership and direction so that students' educational experiences are enriched by the provision of programmes that respond to their intellectual, emotional, occupational, financial, personal, physical and social needs. The Dean is administratively responsible for the divisions of Career Development and Experiential Learning, Counselling, Student Health Service, Student Support Programs and Housing, Food and Conference Services. As an advocate for students, the Dean works collaboratively with all members of the university community to ensure that policies, procedures and programmes foster the optimal development for all students.

Last modified on June 4, 2003 by R. Bruce

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