Roles and responsibilities

Nursing Student Affairs Office (NSAO): contact information and roles and responsibilities

NSAO offices are located on the 19th floor of 680 Sherbrooke.
 

TBD
Student Affairs Officer
514-398-4159 or student-affairs-officer.nursing [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Office 1944

  • Preliminary academic advising; (complex cases handled by faculty advisors- such as assessing transfer credit and credit equivalency)
  • Approval of forms on Minerva for study away, deferred and supplemental exams, grades and grade changes, permit overrides, graduation approvals
  • Primary contact for Enrolment Services Recruitment Office
  • Primary liaison for convocation, awards reception and other student related events such as in-campus and off campus recruitment events (e.g. Open House, Campus Connect and other yield events
  • ​ GDEU and Post GDEU requests
     

Joyce Crichlow
Undergraduate Student Affairs Coordinator
514-398-3784 or undergraduate.nursing [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Office 1941

  • Coordinates and schedules student appointments with academic advisors
  • Assists with student’s record related to course administration including equivalencies, recognition of courses from other institutions and transfer of credits, deferred and supplemental exams, grades and grade changes, permit overrides, etc.
  • Handles distribution and verification of mark submissions for courses.
  • Preparation of licensure documents
  • Assistance with registration issues
     

David Maris
Undergraduate Student Affairs Coordinator
514-398-3784 or undergraduate.nursing [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Office 1941

  • Coordinates and schedules student appointments with academic advisors
  • Assists with student’s record related to course administration including equivalencies, recognition of courses from other institutions and transfer of credits, deferred and supplemental exams, grades and grade changes, permit overrides, etc.
  • Handles distribution and verification of mark submissions for courses.
  • Preparation of licensure documents
  • Assistance with registration issues

Ana Tomaselli
Graduate Student Affairs Coordinator (Master’s Nurse Practitioner students, PhD students, Graduate Research Trainees (GRTs) and Postdoctoral fellows (Post Docs) )
514-398-4151 or graduate2.nursing [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Office 1940

  • Contact for Master’s Nurse Practitioner students, PhD students, Graduate Research Trainees (GRTs) and Postdoctoral fellows (Post Docs) 
  • Assists with student affairs related course administration including equivalencies, recognition of courses from other institutions and transfer of credits. 
  • Receives and processes all inquiries and applications 
  • Helps prepare admissions application dossiers for Admissions Committee decisions; corresponds with applicants. 
  • Handles foreign student matters including visas and fulfillment of entrance requirements such as receipt of TOEFL test scores.
  • Handles distribution and verification of mark submissions and add/drop and forwards to GPSO by deadline.
  • Prepares forms requesting diplomas and lists of graduating students.
  • Prepares documents for convocation
     

TBD
Graduate Student Affairs Coordinator (MScA -Qualifying Year, MScA - Nursing and MScA - Advanced Nursing)
514-398-4151 or gradaute.nursing [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Office 1940

  • Contact for Master’s Qualifying Year, Direct Entry (DE) and Nurse Entry (NE) programs
  • Assists with student affairs related course administration including equivalencies, recognition of courses from other institutions and transfer of credits.
  • Receives and processes all inquiries and applications
  • Helps prepare admissions application dossiers for Admissions Committee decisions; corresponds with applicants.
  • Handles international student matters including visas and fulfillment of entrance requirements such as receipt of TOEFL test scores.
  • Handles distribution and verification of mark submissions and add/drop and forwards to GPSO by deadline.
  • Prepares forms requesting diplomas and lists of graduating students.

 

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