Established in 2005, the Health Studies Departmental Student Council represents students in all HLTH degree plans and reports to the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS), which is the student governing body of the Faculty of Arts and Science. The Society was founded in 1891 and is one of the oldest faculty societies in Canada with a mandate to provide opportunities for students outside of the classroom to enrich their experience at Queen’s.
To this end, the HLTH DSC has two Co-Chairs who oversee a variety of volunteers who provide social and academic experiences for their constituents, including (but not limited to) the following:
The HLTH DSC is made up of approximately twenty elected members, who meet weekly. Normally all positions are filled by election at the end of the previous academic year. Questions should be directed to the Co-Chairs.
Be sure to watch for HLTH DSC notices in the UG News bi-weekly during the Fall-Winter academic session. They are also posted on the Queen’s Health Studies DSC Facebook page.
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