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About the U of T Student Equity Census
The U of T Student Equity Census is a voluntary demographic data collection initiative that involves a set of seven questions. The census launched in November 2020.
About this Initiative
The U of T Student Equity Census Advisory Roundtable includes a wide range of members of the U of T community. Members will be tasked with reviewing feedback on the census and developing a framework and best practices on how the University will report, share and use this identity-based data to support meaningful change. The Advisory Roundtable will meet from January 2021 through to June 2021 and will compile a report of census feedback, which is set to be published by the end of the summer.
Advisory Roundtable Membership
The Advisory Roundtable was lead by four co-convenors: one faculty member, one senior staff member and two students. The membership of the group included a wide range of staff, faulty and students representatives from across the three U of T campuses. A detailed list of members can be found in the final report.
The Advisory Roundtable met from January to June 2021, submitting their final report to the Vice-Provost, Students in early July 2021. The report and the administrative response are available below.
Understanding the Demographic Makeup of our Students to Address Systemic Discrimination and Advance Equity and Inclusion at the University of Toronto. Final report from the U of T Student Equity Census Advisory Roundtable.
Administrative Response – U of T Student Equity Census Advisory Roundtable Report 2021.
The Advisory Roundtable completed their work in June 2021. You may direct any questions about the Advisory Roundtable or the final report to Jessie Metcalfe, Assistant Director, Office of the Vice-Provost, Students at email@example.com.