The Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Student Services (USS) Office is excited to announce that it will be moving to the 1st floor Humanities Centre in the next couple of months. The purpose of this move is to better serve our students by having first floor accessibility (no elevators or stairs!), and a larger and more comfortable lobby and waiting area.

The USS Office is anticipating moving this March, but due to construction schedules, there is no firm move date just yet.

For more information, including when move dates are confirmed, please watch your UAlberta email.

If you have any questions, please contact: arts.undergrad@ualberta.ca

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Message from the Dean

Whether you’re an undergraduate student with dreams of continuing your studies, a current graduate student who’s starting to think about job prospects or a faculty member who mentors the next generation of academics, we are all aware that postsecondary institutions in the 21st century face challenges when it comes to graduate education.

My colleague Tom Spalding, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, is organizing a conference that will explore some of these challenges as they relate specifically to the arts. “Future of the PhD in the Arts: Changing conditions for graduate education in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Fine Arts” takes place March 20th in Lister Centre.

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