Programming refers to all of the Student Life activities and initiatives. Programming is broken down into two main streams: Life Skills- Skills 4 U and Leadership- Skills 4 Life. Within each stream there are various portfolios.
Portfolios are specific subject areas of programming. Currently we have nine portfolios: Leadership, Mentorship, Community Outreach, Health & Wellness, International Students, Food & Nutrition, Spirituality & Diversity, Arts & Culture, and Skills for Success. Each member of the student life team is responsible for a specific portfolio (see Don bios).
New this year, the Office of Student Life has expanded its programming structure to include more leadership opportunities for upper year students (commuters and residents) to get involved in. Each programming portfolio has a committee which is lead by a Committee Head. Any Innis College student regardless of what year they are in are welcome to join any committee they wish to participate in.
To sign up for a committee please email email@example.com.
We are now accepting applications for Committee Heads. The application can be viewed here.
Applications for Committee Heads are due by Monday March 17th, 2014.
A Programming Don is similar to a Residence Don however, they are responsible for coordinating all programming initiatives between the Office of Student Life, the ICSS and the IRC. A Programming Don is fully trained to assist with any emergency situations that may arise in the building.
Student Life Staff are available from 9AM-11PM, Monday- Friday in the Office of Student Life. For more information, or to contact us, click here.