EduCativ Posted July 31, 2020 Share Posted July 31, 2020 Founded in 1971, MacEwan University provides student-focused instruction in a warm and supportive atmosphere. We focus on teaching, so our students can focus on learning. It has been a cornerstone of who we are for more than 40 years. Moreover, we continue to build on that reputation. Offering over 65 programs, the University provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here through research and innovation that engages students, faculty, and the community. MacEwan University has an intentional focus on teaching and, as a result, has scored very well in the Globe and Mail's Canadian University Report. In the 2014 Report, our students gave us top marks – awarding us "A+" grades for our instructors' teaching style and class sizes, along with "A" grades for the quality of our teaching and student-faculty interaction. MacEwan University offers eight four-year bachelor programs, two applied degrees, and 43 diploma and certificate programs. The University provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here—through research and innovation that engages students, faculty, and the community. We are focused on our students—providing them with choice and opportunities for success with a dynamic mix of undergraduate degrees, certificates, diplomas, and degree-transfer programming. People who teach. People who research. People who support. People who inspire. We hear time and time again that it is our people who make us great. They create a sense of community, a feeling of belonging. Our students cannot just talk to our faculty, but to get to know them. We invite you to do the same—get to know our people. We have a lot to celebrate. With the relocation of our Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications to City Centre Campus, our university community has come together in downtown Edmonton. The University functions under the authority of the Postsecondary Learning Act and operates under a shared governance structure between the Board of Governors (Board) and the Academic Governance Council (AGC). Although the Board has the ultimate authority, the Board and AGC share and balance power within the University. The Board has senior oversight of the institution and concerns itself with long-range planning and business affairs. Academic Governance Council is responsible for the academic affairs of the University. MacEwan University's leadership is responsible for inspiring students, staff, and faculty while providing an innovative and exciting learning environment. The President works together with a group of senior leaders to ensure the University fulfills its mandate. The President, along with five vice presidents, is responsible for managing the educational and business affairs with the University's best interests. View full university Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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