University of Toronto

Innis Alumni & Friends

Student Affairs Board

 

Upcoming Meetings

  • Student Affairs Board – Thursday, October 26, 10:30am – 12pm, Innis Residence Events Room (agenda)

Agendas, Minutes, Documentation

 

2017/18 Membership

  • Student Affairs Board
    • Moderator: TBD
    • Secretary: TBD
    • Ex Officio Members: Yolanda Alfaro, Elspeth Arbow, Donald Boere (Assessor), Sarah Burley Hollows, Charlie Keil, Miranda Lees, Ashlee Redmond, Joanne Uyede, Tim Worgan (Assessor)
    • General Members: Ibraheem Aziz, Jannie Chien, Zakerie Farah, Helen Fu, Lucas Granger, Alathea Hayes, Kate Johnson, Alice Liu, Troy Peschke, Lesli Ransom, Marta Switzer, Lukas Van Arragon, Carol Ye, Joe Yule
    • Assessors: Ben Weststrate (ICC Secretary, Communications Officer)
  • Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee
    • Moderator: TBD
    • Secretary: TBD
    • Ex Officio Members: Yolanda Alfaro, Elspeth Arbow, Donald Boere (Assessor), Charlie Keil, Miranda Lees, Joanne Uyede
    • General Members: Sarah Burley Hollows, Jannie Chien, Zakerie Farah, Lucas Granger, Alathea Hayes, Alice Liu, Troy Peschke, Lesli Ransom, Ashlee Redmond, Marta Switzer, Lukas Van Arragon, Tim Worgan, Carol Ye, Joe Yule
    • Assessors: Ben Weststrate (ICC Secretary, Communications Officer), Tim Worgan (Dean of Students & Residence)

Composition, Powers & Responsibilities

(excerpt from Innis College Council Constitution, pp. 5-7)

  1. Composition: The Student Affairs Board shall consist of at least sixteen members:
    • ex officio: four members defined in By-Law II.D.3, Assistant Principal and
      Registrar, Dean of Students and Residence, Assistant to the Dean, Student Life,
      ICSS Vice-President, IRC President, or their designates;
    • at least four student members of Council;
    • at least three other members of Council;
  2. Powers and Responsibilities: The Student Affairs Board shall:
    • monitor the operations and effectiveness of the College’s non-academic services to
      students;
    • encourage the development of responsive interaction between students and other
      members of the College community;
    • help the College to identify the needs of special groups of students and to develop
      strategies for meeting those needs;
    • establish a Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee which shall have the
      following composition and powers and responsibilities:
      The Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee shall consist of at least
      twelve members, including:

      • ex officio: four members defined in By-Law II.D.3, the Assistant Principal and
        Registrar, and the IRC President, or their designates;
      • at least six members of the Student Affairs Board;
        The Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee shall:
      • advise the Student Affairs Board on policies pertaining to the recruitment and
        admission of students to Innis College;
      • advise the Student Affairs Board on policies pertaining to Innis College
        scholarships and awards and recommend for consideration by Council decisions
        regarding the granting or establishment of specific awards;
      • establish a Bursary Subcommittee composed of at least five members of the
        Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee;
      • approve the decisions of the Bursary Subcommittee.
    • approve reports of the Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee;
    • establish the Student Services Committee which shall have the following composition and powers and responsibilities:
      The Student Services Committee shall consist of at least sixteen members, including:

      • ex officio: four members defined in By-Law II.D.3, the Assistant Principal and
        Registrar, the Chief Administrative Officer, the Dean of Students and Residence,
        the Associate Director, Advancement, an ICSS Vice-President, the IRC
        President, or their designates;
      • at least four other members of the ICSS;
      • the Library Coordinator;
      • a Principal’s Appointee.
        The Student Services Committee shall:
      • advise the Principal and Council on policy for student services offered in the
        College;
      • review in detail the annual operating plans, including budgets, for any service funded or subsidized by the fees covered by the Memorandum of Agreement
        between Innis College and the ICSS on the introduction or the increase of compulsory non-tuition related fees (26 February 1997), and any
        supplementary spending plans for any unexpended revenue from the Student Services Fees, and to offer its advice to the Principal and to College Council
        on these plans;
      • receive information on student services and regular reports on the services
        from the Principal or the appropriate College officer, in order to consider
        current issues within and among the services and to serve as a mechanism of
        information, communication, and co-operation between the student services
        and students;
      • advise Council on proposals for expansion or reduction of student services,
        including recommendations for new services and for the elimination of
        services;
      • consider and make recommendations to the appropriate body regarding the allocation of space for student services and student societies;
      • serve as a forum for discussion of student life at Innis College.
    • approve the reports of the Student Services Committee;
    • receive the reports of the ICSS.