Student Affairs is made up of the following departments:
Career Development and Experiential Learning includes:
- Career Services for Students--career education, individual advising and assessment
- Work Integrated Learning
- Graduate School Liaison
- Co-curricular liaison
Career Development and Experiential Learning offers services and resources at the appropriate time -- when a student is ready, keen to learn, and able to access the services.
Dorothy Ritz, Manager
Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) collaborates with the MacEwan University community to facilitate full access for students with disabilities. We accomplish this by sharing information and resources, providing a broad range of services including access to technology, and recommending academic accommodations for students who experience barriers related to a disability or medical condition.
Find out more at MacEwan.ca/SSD.
Abigail Parrish-Craig, Chair
Student Leadership Development and Community Engagement includes:
- Writing Centre and Writing & Learning Services
- First-Year Experience
- MacEwan University Ambassadors
- Golden Key Liaison
- New Student Orientation
- New Parent Transitional Support
Marg Ralstin, Manager
Academic Integrity Office
MacEwan University is committed to fostering an environment of academic integrity through education about academic integrity and compliance with academic integrity regulations. Suspected cases of academic dishonesty shall be investigated and adjudicated fairly. The policy for Academic Integrity is outlined in Policy C1000.
Paul Sopcak, Academic Integrity Coordinator