Sexual Assault Procedures
The Sexual Assault Procedures document sets out procedures and a response protocol to incidents of sexual assault and sexual misconduct at the University of Saskatchewan.
The U of S’s third integrated plan commits the institution to “[establish] a baseline and [increase] by 20% the number of students engaging in experiential learning, including community-service learning, internships, undergraduate research, international student exchanges, and co-op experiences within their academic programs.” (Institutional Planning and Assessment 2012, 17) To that end the provost’s office has produced an experiential learning section of its achievement record since 2010.
The mandate of the Student Forum is:
… is to provide a venue in which students can discuss important issues of the day so that university administration, governing bodies, and representatives of the university’s key stakeholder groups hear and consider the perspective of students on institution-wide issues that affect the nature and quality of the student experience at the University of Saskatchewan. The Student Forum will provide leadership on behalf of the university community regarding best practices in education, student retention and success, and other aspects of the student experience on our campus. It will also develop recommendations for policy development and the coordinated application of existing policies across the university. Matters for consideration by the forum can be brought forward by any interested group, including student groups, University Council and/or its committees, and colleges and administrative units.
The student forum meets up to five times each academic year.
Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Questionnaire (SETLQ)
In 2015/16 the Teaching, Learning and Academic Resources Committee of University Council (TLARC) reviewed, as part of a larger teaching quality project, the fit of our current institutionally supported student evaluation of teaching tool (SEEQ) against our institutional policies and documentation describing teaching quality.
The findings of this work identified a lack of alignment between the SEEQ and some of our institutional values and priorities related to teaching and learning. TLARC made the decision, therefore, to find a replacement for SEEQ and ultimately request University Council approval for a new student evaluation of teaching and learning questionnaire (SETLQ). For more information about the shift to a new SETLQ called Blue visit the SETLQ webpage, linked below.