1. All seniority accrued by employees in “Educational Counseling” will be transferred to “Educational Advising”.
  2. Employees who have split appointments and/or assignments will continue to accrue seniority in their appropriate seniority groups.
  3. The qualification for ‘Counsellor’ can be distinguished from the qualification for ‘Advisor’.
  4. The University may distinguish the two professions in terms of its internal organization and services to the University community.
  5. It is to be noted that these two professional designations may also be used within these additional seniority groups: “Access Services”, “International Education Student Advising”, “First Nations Student Services”.

The roles and salary levels of employees will not change as a result of the implementation of these changes.