The Anti-Calender is a collection of student evaluations of over 1700 courses and instructors in the Faculty of Arts & Science.Course Unions have been evaluating courses since the mid-1960s and ASSU has been co-ordinating and producing the Anti-Calendar since 1981. This annual compilation of course evaluations has proven itself to be a valuable resource for students who may be unsure of the courses in which they are registering and for instructors to review thier teaching abilities.The 2011-12 edition of the Anti-Calendar is now available for pick up from the ASSU Office –  or you can click here to view it online.  This is our Final Edition as the University moves to an online evaluation system.Online archives of the Anti-Calendar are available for your convenience. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the files. Also available are back-copies of the Anti-Calendar that must remain in the office.anti-calendar 2011-12