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Student and Enrolment Services

Enhancing the Student Experience

Student and Enrolment Services (SES) is committed to fostering a community that values student engagement, challenges students to explore their potential and supports each student's success through the provision of best practice services and programs that enhance the student experience in support of the Academic Foundations of the U of C.

Our services exist so that you, as a University of Calgary student, can make the most of your experience at our university. We see students through from the moment they make contact with us as a prospective student through to graduation and beyond.

To achieve our mission we adhere to the highest standards of personal, interpersonal and professional behaviour and we comply with all institutional and legal requirements.

We stand on four core values:

  • Community: We endeavour to develop a University community that promotes lifelong citizenship and societal engagement.
  • Development: We foster an environment that inspires self-confidence, nurtures personal achievement and actively connects the student experience and the classroom.
  • Diversity: We recognize that our campus community is diverse and we celebrate this rich environment.
  • Accountability: We recognize that as individuals we are responsible for our actions, learning, development and the impact we have on others.
    We are committed to involving students in our planning and our decision-making, and encourage you to make contact with our departments and staff members if you have any ideas, comments or questions.

Susan Barker 
Vice-Provost (Student Experience)

Contact Information:
Vice-Provost (Student Experience): Susan Barker, PhD
Telephone: 403.220.6580
Fax: 403.220.6800
Location: Suite A 100

Associate Vice-Provost (Enrolment) and Registrar: David Johnston, BA, MA
Telephone: 403.220.3833
Fax: 403.289.1253
Location: Mackimmie Library Block 117