Welcome, Current Students!

This section contains resources for students currently enrolled or taking courses in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Please use the links here or the navigation to the left to access these resources.

Current Graduate Students

Current graduate students can use the links here or the navigation to the left to learn more about TAshipsStudent Support, Student Resources and Forms, Awards Recipients, Thesis Supervision, and Notices of Defence. Please click here for information about our current graduate students.

Information about our graduate programs can be found on the Anthropology and Sociology program pages. Please also check out the frequently asked questions for current students in Anthropology and Sociology.

Drop in during office hours to speak with our Graduate Administrator, Darlene Moss, about registration, courses, and thesis supervision, among many other topics. The Graduate Program Coordinators are also available to help.

Current Undergraduate Students

Current undergraduate students can use the links here or the navigation to the left to learn more about Student Support, Student Resources and Forms, and the Departmental Style Guide.

A great way to get to know people in the department is to join our Undergraduate Student Association (SASA) or come to SASA events.

Information about our undergraduate programs can be found on the Anthropology and Sociology program pages. Please also check out the frequently asked questions for current students in Anthropology and Sociology.

Drop in during office hours to speak with our Undergraduate Administrator, Kim Mitchell, about registration, courses, planning your year, and reading your academic audit, among many other topics. The Undergraduate Program Coordinators are also available to help.

Announcements

The Conferences, Workshops, Grants, Positions page provides information about upcoming conferences, workshops, lectures, grants, and contests happening both on- and off-campus. It also provides information about tenure and non-tenure track positions, and postdoctoral fellowships. For information about events hosted by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology please visit our events page.

Please Stay in Touch After Graduating

We are keen to stay in touch with our graduates, and would love to stay in touch. We want to highlight your accomplishments and provide current and prospective students with an idea of the variety of career paths our alumni have taken. To simplify the process of featuring you on the Department of Sociology and Anthropology website, please fill out the Stay in Touch form.