Student Services (Forms, Registration, Career Info, etc.)
Red River College Transfers
Brigitte Wiebe, Student Services Coordinator
email or (204) 474-9298
I am responsible for the coordination of all services for Undergraduate students in the Faculty of Human Ecology. I make sure the Calendar (Web and paper) is accurate. I schedule all Human Ecology courses (UG and G) and organize all aspects of registration. The development of the Aurora Student Information System is conducted in this office and I make sure the programs chosen are accessible to the students admitted to those programs. Recruitment of potential students is an ongoing part of my role, as is the coordination of UG admissions to this Faculty. Questions about program exemptions, problems with courses or programming, and reviews of student programs are an important aspect. I am responsible to ensure that scholarships, awards and bursaries are given to the right people! I serve on the Faculty-based committees that affect undergraduate student progress and programming, and represent the Faculty at University-level committees.
Maria Knaus; Community Based Learning Coordinator
email or (204) 474-8207
My main responsibility is to assist academic staff and students by coordinating learning activities and opportunities for students with community based organizations and agencies. I act as a liaison between the faculty and agencies to establish site visits, interviews, practicum placements and ensure that the necessary documentation is in place. The Faculty holds an annual Career Day, which I coordinate along with a student representative from HESO and faculty staff. I also sit on the University Undergraduate Dietetics Program Committee and act as a resource person for those students interested in applying for a dietetic internship. Lastly, I also serve as a resource person for students who are interested in community based volunteer work.
Drop In Times
Subject to change without notice.
Monday, May 27 – 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, May 28 – 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Wed., May 29 – 10 – 11:30 a.m.
The Faculty of Human Ecology is accepting applications for the following programs:
DEADLINE: May 31, 2013
Admission for the Textile Sciences and General Human Ecology program are suspended due to a program review until further notice.
24 credit hours
6 of the 24 from Arts
6 of the 24 from Science
Minimum grade point average of 2.00 (C)
We take the top 80 applicants for each program based on GPA
*90 for Human Nutritional Sciences
Apply online or in-person at the Admissions Office, Room 424 University Centre