Royal Roads University acknowledges that the campus is
located on the traditional lands of the Xwsepsum (Esquimalt) and Lkwungen
(Songhees) ancestors and families who have lived here for thousands of years. This land has been part of the fabric of the life of
Indigenous communities long before Hatley Castle was built, and it will be long
into the future. It is with gratitude that we now learn and work here, where
the past, present and future of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, faculty
and staff come together. Hay'sxw'qa si'em!
Purpose of site
This resource serves as a curator of information for our new and current Associate Faculty members as well as other academic contractors who support our programs.
The responsibility for the oversight and academic integrity of a program rests with the "program head". The program head is usually the person that an Associate Faculty member is hired by and reports to, and is the person who will provide the initial academic orientation. Your program head is the first point of contact for all academic-related questions and concerns and should be consulted with regarding any proposed course changes.
Please contact your Program Head and/or School Director if you need any assistance with academic matters, and your program staff for administrative matters. This Get HELP page provides key university contacts for further assistance and also provides links to program contacts.
Supervisor qualifications: Potential candidates for supervision and assessment of theses, dissertations, major papers, internships, projects, and other student activities may be identified by the student(s) to the program/school office, which will verify that appropriate experience and qualifications/credentials exist to provide such services. Academic units and/or programs may also maintain their own lists or databases of approved potential supervisors.
CTET Studio is a collaboration space where you can work with CTET, learn about educational technologies, and get help with Moodle and other tools. Studio offers remote and in-person support.Once a course is live, Studio is your first avenue of support.
The goal of the Communicable Disease Plan is to promote the health and safety of the campus community. This plan provides information that can be used to manage exposure to communicable diseases by mitigating the risk of transmission and possibility of infection on campus. It also provides guidance for the appropriate response to a communicable disease outbreak.