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Teaching and Learning Committee

​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Teaching and Learning Committee makes recommendations and reports to the Faculty Board on a variety of issues related to student success. The committee aligns its work with the Teaching And Learning policy​ of Stellenbosch University that "aims to promote quality teaching and learning that embraces the rich potential of an increasingly diverse student body and the need for graduates who can contribute to a complex society​".

Institutional policies and regulations on teaching and learning can be accessed from the Centre for Teaching and Learning


​Document repository


Procedure for the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
FASS RPL policy (English).pdf
​Rapport of the result of the RPL process for access to postgraduate programmes in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
FASS RPL assessment form (English).docx
​Regulation for internal and external moderation and the processing of results​
Internal and external moderation and the processing of results.pdf
​Policy on plagiarism (in support of academic integrity)
SU Plagiarism Policy.pdf
​Stellenbosch University (“SU”) Procedure for the investigation and management of allegations of plagiarism.
SU Procedure for the investigation and management of allegations of plagiarism.pdf


​​​Members of the Teaching and Learning Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Prof Anthony Leysens (Dean)
Prof Catherine du Toit (Vice-dean: Research)
Prof Pieter Fourie (Vice-dean: Teaching)

Dr Marenet Jordaan (Chair, Social Sciences)​
​Ms Amy Daniels (Vice-chair, Languages)
Dr Doret Jordaan (Languages)​
Dr Tasneemah Cornelissen-Nordien (Social Sciences)
Dr Karolien Perold-Bull​ (Arts)
Ms Lauren Dasappa (Arts)​
Ms Nabeela Fife (BAS​C representative)​
​Dr Taryn Bernard (Extended Degree Programme)
Me Shona Lombard (Extended Degree Programme)
Dr Anita Jonker (Academic Support Coordinator)
Dr Karin Catell-Holden (Centre for Teaching and Learning)
Ms Leana Loxton (Assistant registrar: Humaniora)