FASS Coordinators: Lauren Larmour and Sarah Cooper

Contact: fass [at] casg.ca


About the Office of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Coordinators:

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Coordinators are responsible for organizing, scheduling and facilitating meetings with the departmental and first year FASS representatives. It is the responsibility of the FASS Coordinators to ensure accuracy in the submission of minutes (to the VP Internal), as well as the attendance of its members at Departmental Meetings, Faculty Board Meetings, Faculty Representative Meetings and CASG General Assembly Meetings.

FASS Coordinators must recruit, train and encourage all of its members to actively participate in the Carleton Academic Student Government organization by performing class talks, speaking with departmental societies, administration, faculty and students.

In addition, FASS Coordinators are responsible for meeting with their representatives once a month (i.e. Faculty Representative Meetings). The Faculty Rep Meetings are to be organized in a joint effort by the Coordinators. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): formulating and distributing the agenda in advance, scheduling, room booking, ordering food/refreshments, and keeping track of attendances.

FASS Coordinators are leaders who are passionate for Carleton Academics; the position of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Coordinator demands well-organized, enthusiastic, intellectual, and hardworking individuals who are capable of facilitating over thirty CASG student representatives.

Departmental Positions under the FASS Coordinators:

About the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Coordinators:


Hey fellow Ravens! My name is Sarah Cooper and I am your 2013/2014 FASS Coordinator. This is my second year holding this position, and I couldn’t be more excited to work with FASS representatives again. I’ve been a member of CASG for the last 5 years, have previously worked as the GLBTQ Service Centre Coordinator, have been elected to Senate for the last 3 years and am currently elected as your student Board of Governors Representative. I love to get involved in the wide variety of things Carleton has to offer and have had some incredible experiences working with professors, fellow students and the administration. I like to think I know a bit about our campus, so if you ever have any questions, no matter the topic, feel free to shoot me an email and I’ll see what I can do to help.