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.
- to understand the nature of Royal Roads University and our programs as well as our Learning, Teaching, and Research model;
- to communicate key administrative details, including contracting information, academic resources, policies, and troubleshooting resources in place to support your work;
- to support you to achieve teaching and research excellence;
- to connect you with the larger community of faculty and staff; and
- to encourage you to contact us for any Associate Faculty related matter.
We also invite prospective Associate Faculty members:
- to explore "About RRU" to help you determine your fit in terms of your teaching philosophy, expertise, and experience;
- to understand the role of Associate Faculty at RRU;
- to review "How to become Associate Faculty" if you are interested in working with us; and
- to contact us with any questions you may have.
Who are "Associate Faculty"
Navigating this Site
- This site has been developed in Moodle, RRU's Learning Platform.
- The site is only 2 layers deep: 1) 8 main sections, and 2) a set of sub-pages in each section.
- Note: Links with arrow icons will open a new tab.