Working at the institutional level, the University Registrar plays an integral role in strategic and academic plans across the University’s tri-campus system. The University Registrar is a strategic leader, convener, subject matter expert, advocate, and service provider for tri-campus registrarial services & systems, student financial aid & awards, student records, learning space management and student accounts. The University Registrar:
- advises and consults with senior leadership on policy and planning decisions;
- provides tri-campus leadership and advice on matters related to registration, student records management, financial aid and awards, fee assessment, academic discipline and access to information;
- develops and maintains systems that support all functions across enrolment services;
- provides leadership and direction to ensure an effective service culture and create a positive experience for current and prospective students;
- brings strategic leadership to student services and financial aid and awards by developing policy and procedures for undergraduate financial assistance programs, ensuring that the communication and administration of these programs is effective and accountable;
- convenes and champions transparent and collaborative decision-making across our three campuses; and
- provides a coordinated and seamless approach to the University’s provision of the best student experience.
Angelique Saweczko brings over two decades of registrarial and enrolment management experience to the University, having served at York University, the University of Regina, Thompson Rivers University and the University of Calgary, where she was most recently the University Registrar. She has extensive expertise in student recruitment, strategic enrolment management, financial aid and awards, records and registration, student accounts, convocation, student systems and scheduling, academic policies and curriculum governance. As the University.
Known for her capacity to combine and leverage her skills in strategic planning with a collaborative and student-centric approach, Angelique establishes a culture of collaboration and support within the Registrar’s Office with a focus on improving staff retention, and enhancing awareness of registrarial functions across the institution. She is known for developing transparent and sustainable enrolment models, improving relationships with Faculties; and upgrading service delivery through technological and procedural enhancements.
Angelique contributes to the registrarial community through her involvement in various national and international registrarial organizations including ARUCC, AACRAO and the AAU. She is currently the Ontario University Representative in the ARUCC Board.