Aboriginal Council of Queen's University

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Aboriginal Council of Queen's University

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The Aboriginal Council of Queen's University was established in 1992, in conjunction with the five year Aboriginal Education and Training Strategy introduced by the Ministry of Education and Training. The purpose of the Council as stated in its terms of reference, are "to ensure that for generations hereafter Aboriginal peoples will have access to higher education at Queen's University, and that the institution will be responsive to the broader needs of Aboriginal peoples. According to its mandate, the Council shall be involved in all decisions affecting Aboriginal programs and services at Queen's University. The Council is composed of representatives from Aboriginal communities in Ontario, Queen's Aboriginal student representatives, and senior University personnel. Other members of the University serve on the Council as needed. The Council reports directly to the Senate and the Board of Trustees. The Council has also established the Four Directions Student Centre.


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CA QUA02220

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