Faculty & Staff

Experiential learning opportunities engage students in learning by doing. This allows for development of competencies and skills that will prepare them for the world of work and for active engagement in community capacity building. Whether students are looking to pursue an experiential learning opportunity independently, within a course or program, or through formalized options in a lab, workplace or community organization this section of the website showcases some of the resources available at Guelph.

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. 

  • Madison is a recent graduate from the University of Guelph. During her time here, she engaged in experiential learning as a way to solidify her future career choice and develop her professional skills. Madison signed up for course-integrated experiential learning and did a practicum placement.