The National Survey of Student Experience (NSSE) is developed by the Centre for Postsecondary Research at Indiana University. More than 1,500 higher education institutions in the United States and Canada have used the survey to measure the quality of the student experience both inside and alongside the classroom. The survey is sent to first- and final-year students at all North American peer universities, asking students how they engage with faculty, staff, and services across U of T. The University of Toronto has participated in NSSE since 2004.
The Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey provides a powerful way for students to tell us about what’s working well, and what not so well, in classrooms, labs, and campus life.
Initiated by the Center for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) and the University of Minnesota’s Office of Institutional Research, SERU is a comprehensive, longitudinal study designed to help answer questions about the potential relationship between education experiences, program characteristics, and development outcomes of undergraduate students at leading research universities across the globe. Based on the data collected, comparative benchmarks can be used to help institutions understand student experiences, and to provide context to influence meaningful change and improvements.
This report is an inventory of all compulsory non-academic fees (and designated portions thereof) approved by the University Affairs Board and charged by the University. Similar Fees charged by the federated universities and are included for reference.
These reports are an inventory of all Category 5 and Category 6 ancillary fees reviewed by the Business Board and charged by the University.
For more information about these reports, visit the U of T Planning and Budget website section on Tuition and Ancillary Fees.
Students, staff, and faculty are invited to provide feedback on the University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy.
The online consultation form is open until April 2, 2021
Visit the University of Toronto Student Consultation website for details and to provide feedback.
The website also lists information on past campaigns.