Arts & Science Calendar 97-98: Table of Contents: Programs and Courses
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New College


Principal
D. Clandfield, MA, D IIIe C

Assistant Principal and Registrar
S.J. Walker, MA

Associate Registrar (Administrative)
N.L. Bliss, BA

Associate Registrar (Counselling and Financial Aid)
R.J. Norton, BA, B Ed, M Ed

Assistant Registrar
P.W. Russell, B Ed, MA

Dean of Students
A. Yeoman, MA, Ph D

Associate Program Director
M.F.N. Dixon, MA, Ph D

Director of Administration
D.A.E. Pelteret, MA, B Ed, Ph D

Librarian
J. Guillaume, BA, MS

New College, established in 1962, is open to students of all Faculties and Schools in the University. Approximately 3,000 of its students are in the Faculty of Arts and Science, and 500 in other divisions. Members of the College, whether in humanities, social science, science or professional programs, may broaden their university experience by meeting others from different fields and subject areas.

Arts and Science students have the full range of the Faculty curriculum open to them. The College takes part in their instruction through University courses taught by cross-appointed staff, including College lecture and tutorial sections in some large courses; and also through interdisciplinary courses (listed with the prefix ``NEW" in the Calendar) designed to interest students in all Faculties. Individual tutoring is offered in Mathematics, and the Writing Laboratory and the French Writing Lab give help with written assignments and reports. The College Registrar's Office provides academic, financial, and personal counselling.

The College's two modern, conveniently-located buildings provide academic, library, computing, dining and social facilities for all members, and also house the College residences. This creates an atmosphere of community, promoting contacts among students and staff and encouraging non-residents to become involved in college life. The residences accommodate over 600 students and welcome applicants from the Toronto area as well as from out-of-town. Residence application is made through the University Office of Admissions and Awards; further information about residence may be obtained from the Dean of Students, New College. Illustrated brochures describing the College and residences in more detail are available in secondary school guidance departments and from the Registrar, New College, 300 Huron Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 3J6.


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