Advanced Degree Students' Association

The Advanced Degree Students’ Association (ADSA) exists for the benefit of all Advanced Degree (AD) students at the Toronto School of Theology. Whether full-time or part-time, all AD students enroled at any TST college are members of the ADSA, pay fees to the ADSA and can nominate and elect their fellow students to the ADSA Board. 

According to the ADSA Constitution (available below), ADSA provides a forum for the expression of student concerns, acts as a liaison with the TST administration in regards to complaints, proposals and procedures, and ensures student representation on the TST Board of Trustees and all advanced degree committees. ADSA also encourages cooperation and community between students and faculty, promotes the social and political participation of students, and organizes opportunities for academic and professional development for students. 

ADSA communicates with the TST community through the TST listervs, its website, and its Facebook group. To contact ADSA, you can approach any board member, comment on our website or Facebook group, or email the current president, Becca Spellacy.
2015-2016 ADSA MEMBERS 
President – Becca Spellacy
Vice-President External – Michael Buttrey
Vice-President Academic – Beth McCutcheon
Vice-President Conferences – Jonathan Lofft
Treasurer – Matthew Charlesworth
Secretary – Anthony Spellacy
Bible Department – Bruce Worthington
History Department – Jonathan Lofft
Pastoral Department – Anthony Spellacy
Theology Department – Nick Olkovich
Doctor of Ministry – (vacant)
Library Committee – Rachel Ball
Master of Arts/Theology –(vacant)
Emmanuel – Allison Murray
Knox – Gordon Brown
Regis – Matthew Charlesworth
St. Michael’s – Fiona Li
Trinity – (vacant)
Wycliffe – Steve Hewko


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