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

P.J.G.O. Perron, BA, DdeL'U, ChPA


G.A. Loney, MA, Ph D

Associate Registrar (Administrative)
C. Shook, BA, MA

Assistant Registrar
J. Rodriguez

Dean of Students
J.L. Luker, M Ed

C.K. Murray, MA, MLS

Writing Workshop Director
M. Procter, Phil M, Ph D

D.S. Richardson, MA, Ph D

University College was established in 1853 as the Provincial Arts College (the successor to King's College, founded in 1827); it still occupies its original building near the centre of the St. George Campus. The College's students may enrol in any of the courses offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science. In addition, University College offers several interdisciplinary programs, including Canadian Studies, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, Drama, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Sexual Diversity Studies. College courses in these and other areas are listed in the Calendar with the prefix ARC, DRM, UNI, JPU, JUM or JUP.

University College offers residence accommodation for 441 undergraduates in both single and double rooms in its two co-educational residences, the Sir Daniel Wilson Residence and Whitney Hall. Enquiries should be addressed to the Residence Office, 79 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2E7.

University College offers the services of a Computing Centre, a Math Aid Centre and a Writing Workshop. Other amenities include the University College Library, which comprises a convenient circulating library and spacious reading room; the U.C. Union with its dining hall and common rooms; the Playhouse, a theatre for student productions; the Refectory and Junior Common Room; and the University College Literary and Athletic Society which sponsors a great variety of athletic, intellectual and social activities.

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