There is no comparable experience for Canadian senior university administrators. SUAC’s rich mixture of participants and course leaders from various institutional, disciplinary and professional backgrounds presents a unique opportunity. Immersed in the Canadian university context, participants work on topics of common interest, sharing insights and experiences and developing new approaches to their own problems.
This program has been part of the tradition of higher education administration for over 20 years and was redeveloped in 2007. It embraces a more integrated approach to the multi-faceted problems confronting today’s university leaders. It is committed to active learning, taking full advantage of the wealth of skills and experience that participants and course leaders bring to the program.
SUAC is an advanced program for senior post-secondary leaders with significant responsibility for strategy and policy matters. Individuals with senior decision-making responsibilities in both academic and professional roles are accepted, including:
- presidents, rectors and principals
- provosts, vice-presidents and associate vice-presidents
- registrars, chief librarians and senior directors of services
Upcoming sessions of SUAC:
- June 14 - 21, 2013 - Banff Park Lodge, Banff, Alberta
**Currently accepting applications. Space is limited.
For additional information:
Other Annual Programs:
- University Management Course (UMC)
- Institute on the Student Experience (ISE)
- Heads and Chairs - Challenges in Academic Leadership
Past Participants' Comments
"Every new Dean should be required to take this course."
"SUAC fulfilled all of my requirements – leadership training, an opportunity to network with colleagues from across the country, and a chance to reenergize and remind myself about the importance of the work that I do."
"Sound leadership is best learned through example and shared wisdom. SUAC provides both."
"Working at post-secondary institutions is all about relationships. SUAC provides both content and understanding more relationships. Highly recommended!"
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