AREAS OF STRATEGIC PRIORITY
- Student development and engagement: Expand opportunities for student learning through diverse experiences.
- Internationalization: Opportunities for international mobility through study and research programs that strengthen global partnerships and encourage a unique approach to learning.
- Health and wellness: Support the physical, emotional, social and spiritual health and well-being of students.
- Programs and services for graduate students: Expand programs and services to meet the diverse needs of graduate students.
- Academic support: Support students in achieving their academic goals.
- Divisional and University support services: Enhance, support and coordinate quality services for students.
In addition, the strategic frameworks and University documents that guide our programs are:
- Innovation Hub
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report
- Experiential learning white paper
- Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment
- Mental Health Framework
- Institutional Priorities
- Themes from the Strategic Mandate Agreement (PDF)
STUDENT LIFE BY THE NUMBERS
- 4275 students, staff and faculty have completed the online Identify, Assist, Refer (IAR) online training
- 4686 students registered with Accessibility Services, an 11% increase
- 3500 Exam Ready kits distributed
- 14,230 students visited Health & Wellness 72,794 times, a 23.5% increase in visits
- 2725 work study students hired, a 15% increase
- 4839 students completed learning abroad activities – a 12% increase
- 12,408 students recorded 18,004 validations for 7666 opportunities on their CCR
- 360 student employees in Student Life with a combined salary of $988,425
- 13.6% increase in on-campus job postings on CLNx
- 15% increase in safeTALK course offerings
- 20 Mindful Moments drop in sessions a week – increased from 14
- 10,475 appointments or interactions at Student Life on-location services