Acronyms - I

IAC (i-a-c)
Intramural Advisory Council is a student based council that works alongside the University of Guelph’s Athletic Advisory Council, to improve and further develop the intramural program run by the Department of Athletics at the University of Guelph.
IAR (i-a-r)
Institutional Analysis and Research supports academic activities and decision making processes through the collection, analysis, dissemination, and interpretation of data. IAR is online at https://www.uoguelph.ca/iar/
iCAN (i-can)
Interactive Community Action Network is a searchable database of involvement opportunities on campus and in the community.
ICCI (i-c-c-i)
The Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation was established at the University in 2007. It is dedicated to providing comprehensive cancer care for companion animals and unlocking the deadly secrets of cancer for the benefit of all species, including humans.
ID
International Development is a Specialization offered at the undergraduate level. Refer to the Specializations and Their Degrees chart at the start of Section X--Degree Programs in the current Undergraduate Calendar for more information.
IHC (i-h-c)
Interhall Council is composed of student representation from each residence hall and deals with social, cultural, and political needs and concerns of students living in residence. IHC is responsible for a large part of Orientation Week and represents its membership on multiple campus committees. You can reach them by email at interhal@uoguelph.ca or by phone at 519-824-4120 extension 58304.
IMC
Investment Management Committee is the former name of the Investment Subcommittee that reported to the Board of Trustees.
IN
Individualized is a Specialization offered at the undergraduate level. Refer to the Specializations and Their Degrees chart at the start of Section X--Degree Programs in the current Undergraduate Calendar for more information.
Information Desk
A service provided by Peer Helpers, located at a desk inside the main entrance to the UC on the first floor that offers answers to general questions about the campus and the City of Guelph. The Information Desk is also the home of Tutor Connection, a service linking students requiring a tutor with those wanting to be a tutor. Desk hours are Monday to Friday, 8:45am to 4:15pm. They can be reached by e-mail at inform@uoguelph.ca or by phone at 519-824-4120 56200.
Inspect Your Gadget
A workshop offered by The Wellness Education Centre that offers the most up-to-date information regarding the risks and precautions associated with practicing safer sex.
IP
Integrated Planning is a strategic, multi-year effort to create a whole-campus framework for making choices and setting priorities in order to enhance the quality of a Guelph education.
IS
Individual Studies is a Specialization offered at the undergraduate level. Refer to the Specializations and Their Degrees chart at the start of Section X--Degree Programs in the current Undergraduate Calendar for more information.
IS
The Investment Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the Board of Governors that is responsible for oversight on investment of the Heritage Trust endowments as well as the University's General Endowment assets (via the Finance Committee), and pension assets (via the Pensions Committee).
ISC (i-s-c)
The Information Services Council is charged with fostering communication and coordination to ensure that users and providers of information services are aware of key issues and developments, and informed about the actions and activities of various IT constituent groups.
ISHB
Information Systems and Human Behaviour is a Specialization offered at the undergraduate level. Refer to the Specializations and Their Degrees chart at the start of Section X--Degree Programs in the current Undergraduate Calendar for more information.
ITAL
Italian is a Specialization offered at the undergraduate level. Refer to the Specializations and Their Degrees chart at the start of Section X--Degree Programs in the current Undergraduate Calendar for more information.
ITSAC (it-sac)
The Information Technology Student Advisory Committee was formed by CCS to provide a forum for students to share their concerns and priorities about information technology at the University of Guelph.