Experiential Learning Advisory Committee

The Experiential Learning Advisory Committee (ELAC) plays a leadership role in developing and evaluating experiential education programming at the University of Guelph, identifying gaps and areas for enrichment, assessing outcomes, and determining opportunities for collaboration within and outside of the institution. The overarching goal of ELAC is to provide advice to the University on ways to enhance and enrich experiential learning opportunities, both in and outside of the classroom.

ELAC is co-chaired by the Vice-Provost (Student Affairs) and the Associate Vice-President (Academic), and is comprised of faculty, staff and students.

Advisory Committee Membership

  • Vice Provost, Student Affairs (Co-chair)
  • Associate Vice-President, Academic (Co-chair)
  • Executive Assistant to the Vice Provost, Student Affairs (Secretary)
  • Director, Experiential Learning
  • At least one representative from each of:
    • U of G's seven Academic Colleges
    • Office of Graduate Studies
    • University of Guelph-Humber
    • University of Guelph - Ridgetown Campus
    • Office of Academic Programs and Policy
    • Office of Institutional Planning and Research
    • Office of Teaching and Learning
    • Office of the University Librarian
    • Central Student Association
    • Graduate Students’ Association
  • Staff from the Experiential Learning Hub (as needed)

Experience Profiles

  • Andrew was a highly engaged student at the University of Guelph. He worked as student staff on campus in Athletics, Admissions and Student Experience. In addition to this, he was a student leader, engaging in the Board of Governors, Student Senate, the Central Students Association, College of Arts Student Union and other organizations.