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Innovative, High-Quality Undergraduate and Graduate Student Experience & Success

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Overview

U of T Scarborough faculty are widely recognized for their innovation in teaching practices. They have helped to make the campus a leader in experiential, work-integrated learning for over 50 years, and have launched dynamic academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels that highlight a progressive, entrepreneurial approach to learning.

We will build on these successes by helping to advance the University-wide priority of re-imagining undergraduate education and by strengthening graduate education and enriching the graduate student experience.

Priority 1 - Student Experience & Success

Strategic Direction 1.1

Provide all students with transformative, experiential and holistic curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular learning opportunities.

Objective: Foster global leadership, promote well-being, nurture resilience, and sustain community

Strategic Direction 1.2

Undertake comprehensive curriculum renewal that builds upon our top-tier teaching, prepare students for the world of work and the disruptions of the future, and supports innovations in inclusive teaching and learning.

Objective: Ensure that graduating students have intellectual and intercultural competencies to be responsible, adaptable global citizens and leaders, equipped with tools and transferrable skills that enable them to thrive and to influence the world.

Samridhi Singh

"Success is an inch outside your comfort zone and an inch inside your effort zone. Everyone is not born a genius but discipline will help you strive for your goal when motivation is scarce. Be true to your work and it shall always be rewarded."

Samridhi Singh - Undergrad - Major Public Policy and Psychology

Strategic Direction 1.3

Develop and implement a balanced and robust multi-year strategic enrolment management plan that maintains the integrity and viability of our academic mission.

Objective: Attract and facilitate access for an appropriate complement of intellectually curious and motivated domestic and international students from all backgrounds, thereby enabling us to create rich learning experiences for them, to support them to thrive, and to engender in them a strong sense of affinity for our campus.

Strategic Direction 1.4

Develop academic programs that make University of Toronto Scarborough an exemplar of life-long learning and expand opportunities for non-traditional students.

Objective: Provide enriched continuing professional and other types of education to members of our community, particularly in the Eastern Greater Toronto Area.


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