Welcome to the Office of the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Success in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS)!
What we do:
- Approving final grades at the end of the each semester.
- Reviewing course overload, course exceptions, late voluntary withdrawals, course repetitions, grade appeals and aegrotat standing.
- Reviewing applications for undergraduate program changes for those on academic probation.
- Administering and coordinating the FAHSS student support initiatives and programs.
- Assisting first year FAHSS students with their transition from high school to university.
- Monitoring the academic progress of first-year students.
- Advising students about academic regulations, requirements, and procedures.
- Auditing academic degrees to track student's progress towards graduation.
- Revieiwng the academic standing of all FAHSS students.
- Chairing the Undergraduate Academic Standing Committee and Academic Appeals Committee.
- Providing education and resources to help promote student success.
A message from the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Success
Hello and welcome to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS)! My name is Dr. Danielle Soulliere and I am the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Success. Here in FAHSS, you will have many opportunities to explore your interests in the arts, humanities and social sciences while gaining skills and experiences that will enhance your future potential. As a first-year student, here are three tips that I would like to provide you.
- Have an open mind.
- Interact with your professors and classmates.
- Have fun!
If you're a second, third or fourth year student, then try to get involved on campus! Join a club, participate in the Volunteer Internship Program, or even take part of Mentorship and Learning. The possibilities are endless. If you're in need of assistance, then my office door is always open to welcome you. Have yourself a FAHSSome year!
Dr. Danielle Soulliere, PhD
Associate Dean, Academic and Student Success
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology