Thoughtful leadership.

 The authority to operate as a public post-secondary institution and an undergraduate university is granted to Grant MacEwan University through the Post-secondary Learning Act (PSLA). The university is governed by a bicameral governance structure with shared authorities between the Board of Governors (Board) and the General Faculties Council (GFC).

Governance

Generally, while the Board has oversight of the institution and focuses upon long-range planning and business affairs, the GFC, subject to the authority of the Board, is responsible for the academic affairs of the University. The day-to-day operations of the University are delegated to the President and Vice-Chancellor, and the Office of University Governance manages the logistics of both the Board and the GFC.


Board of Governors


General Faculties Council


Senior leadership

MacEwan University's leadership is responsible for inspiring students, staff and faculty while providing an innovative and exciting learning environment. The President and Vice-Chancellor works together with a group of senior leaders to ensure the University fulfills its mandate. The President and Vice Chancellor, along with four vice-presidents, is responsible for managing the educational and business affairs with the best interests of the university in mind.


Office of the President


Senior Administration