Ontario University Registrars' Association

Session Slides

Plenary Papers
Plenary Session I – Leading with Grit, Passion and People
Plenary Session II – Remarks from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development
Plenary Session III – Supporting LGBTQ Youth and Their Allies
Block A Papers
A1 – COU, OURA, OUCA & More – Who Does What?
A2 – Understanding “Icky”: Resilience in Tough Situations in Student Affairs and Services
A3 – Attracting and Admitting Home-Schooled Applicants
A4 – Approaches to Net Tuition
A5 – Turning Policy into Practice: Name and Legal Status at the University of Toronto
A6 – Facebook Live: Engaging in 2017
Block B Papers
B1 – In Transition: Ontario University Funding
B2 – From the Registrar’s Office to the Front Line: Collaborating with Academic Advising to Improve Student Success
B3 – How to Authenticate Academic Documents from China
B4 – Net Tuition Roundtable
B5 – How to Say “No”
B6 – Teaching Students to be in Control of Their Digital Identity
Block C Papers
C1 – In Transition: Ontario University Funding (Repeat of B1)
C2 – Academic Advising for Graduate Students
C3 – OSAP Update
C4 – Education in France and French-Speaking Africa
C5 – Core Concepts in Strategic Enrolment Management
C6 – Exam Invigilation: Exam I.D. Validation Using Student Photos
Block D Papers
D1 – Enrolment Modeling and Forecasting with @Risk
D2 – OUAC Roundtable: Update and Brainstorming
D3 – Academic Advising: An Introduction to Models, Theories, and Key Terminologies
D4 – How to Say “NO” (Repeat of B5)
D5 – A High-Tech Approach to a High-Touch Profession: Evolving Admissions at CMCC
D6 – Case Study: McMaster’s One-Stop Convocation Management System
Block E Papers
E1 – Admissions Roundtable and Annual General Meeting
E2 – Graduate Studies Roundtable and Annual General Meeting
E3 – Records & Systems Roundtable and Annual General Meeting
E4 – Scholarships & Awards Roundtable and Annual General Meeting
E5 – Undergraduate Recruitment Roundtable and Annual General Meeting
E6 – Academic Advising Roundtable
Block F Papers
F1 – Leader Series: Prove It! How to Use Research to Support Policy and Process Proposals
F2 – Ask Not What the New SAT Can Do for You; Ask What Questions You Have About the New SAT – Panel Discussion
F3 – Admissions Adjudication: From Paper to Digitization – Lessons Learned
F4 – CIS: University of Toronto’s New Course Information System
F5 – Message Received! Your Role in Effective Communications
F6 – Launch Your Own Social Media Ambassador Program
Block G Papers
G1 – Supporting Next Generation Credentialing Activities for Student Success and Transfer
G2 – Ryerson’s ServiceHUB: An Innovative and Integrated Approach to Student Service
G3 – Alternative Academic Credential Evaluation for Refugees in Canada
G4 – Financial Literacy
G5 – Engaging Audiences Using Interactive Polls
G6 – Space Management: What Happens After the Final Timetable?
Block H Papers
H1 – A Tale of Three Departmental Reorganizations
H2 – Private Schools in Ontario
H3 – Facebook Live: Engaging In 2017 (Repeat of A6)
H4 – Examining Examinations and Student Experience
H5 – What to Expect When the Ontario Ombudsman Calls
H6 – Teaching Students to be in Control of Their Digital Identity (Repeat of B6)
H7 – VENDOR SESSION: Campus Scheduling at Ontario Universities
Block J Papers
J1 – Project Management for the Non-Project Manager
J2 – How to Give Students (almost) Everything They Want in a Campus Visit
J3 – Scholarships and Awards Roundtable
J4 – Delivering an Innovative Approach to Academic Advisement
J5 – The Nuts and Bolts of 101 Admissions – Roundtable
J6 – Enrolment Services and IT – A Match Made in Heaven
Block K Papers
K1 – COU, OURA, OUCA & More – Who Does What? (Repeat of A1)
K2 – Putting the Pieces of ACE@UTM Together: Growing Pains and Evolution of a Student Recruitment/Retention Initiative
K3 – Message Received! Your Role in Effective Communications (Repeat of F5)
K4 – One Stop Shops: The Evolution of Service Laurier and Trent’s Registrar’s Services – Part I
K5 – Turning Policy into Practice: Name and Legal Status at University of Toronto (Repeat of A5)
K6 – Navigating Challenge: How to Have Tough Conversations That Will Help Prospective and Current Students Deal with Difficult Situations – Part I
Block L Papers
L1 – The In Their Shoes Project: Chapter 3 – Organic Chemistry and Empathy
L2 – From the Registrar’s Office to the Front Line: Collaborating with Academic Advising to Improve Student Success (Repeat of B2)
L3 – CEGEP: More Than an R Score
L4 – One Stop Shops: The Evolution of Service Laurier and Trent’s Registrar’s Services – Part II: Roundtable
L6 – Navigating Challenge: How to Have Tough Conversations That Will Help Prospective and Current Students Deal with Difficult Situations – Part II

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