Career and life success for students and graduates is at the core of education at Ontario’s universities. They offer a wide range of work-integrated and community opportunities, as well as in-person and online resources to set students up for success.
Ontario universities have partnered with the province’s colleges and student associations to produce In It Together, an action plan on postsecondary student mental health that recommends solutions based on a “whole of community” approach.
Sexual violence is a serious and systemic issue that impacts the individual, community, and society as a whole. Ontario universities are committed to ensuring student safety and supporting anyone on campus who has experienced sexual violence.
An education is an investment, and Ontario’s universities ensure that students take advantage of a myriad of grants, loans and scholarships available through the universities, government and external sources.
Ontario universities and colleges are collaborating on services that enhance the student experience, expand e-learning, create more pathways, and support career success for graduates, as we meet our shared commitment to meet the needs of the 700,000 students we serve and to help Ontario succeed.
Whether it’s creating a seamless experience for student transfers, streamlining loans, or expanding services for students with disabilities or mental health challenges, universities and colleges are collaborating for a better student experience.
From a matchmaking service for employers and graduates, to tracking the success of graduates in the job market, and joint job fairs, universities and colleges are partnering to enhance employment success for graduates.
This report is part of the Faculty at Work project initiated by the Ontario Council of Academic Vice-Presidents (OCAV) in 2011. The first phase of the project resulted in the 2014 report, Faculty at ...
This guideline was developed by the Council of Ontario Faculties of Medicine (COFM) to help facilitate restricted registration for residents who provide clinical services for remuneration outside of ...
Ontario universities share the Ontario government’s interest in protecting freedom of speech, and are committed to working with all stakeholders, including faculty, students, and the province, to provide opportunities for thoughtful debate and discussion on our campuses.
Ontario’s universities congratulate the ministers sworn in today to the cabinet of Premier Doug Ford, and we look forward to working with the new government as partners in building a better future for the people of Ontario.
Patrick Jachyra, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, and Kaitlyn Parks, a Master’s student at Western University, are the 2018 recipients of the Council of Ontario Universities’ Autism Scholarship Awards.
Ontario’s universities congratulate Premier-elect Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservative Party on a successful campaign in the provincial election. We look forward to partnering with the new government to help create a better future for students, communities and the province.