Current Consultations

“Review of the University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy”

Summary

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to provide feedback on the University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy.

The University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy was approved by Governing Council in 2018. The Policy includes a provision which requires that a review of the Policy be conducted in the third academic year of its operation, and that the Provost report to the Governing Council about that review. As this is the third year of the Policy, the Provost has initiated a review process.

Your feedback is very important to us as we engage in this review and we encourage you to participate in the online consultation process.

Applicable to:

University of Toronto Students

Status:

The on-line consultation form will be open until Fall 2021. The Reviewers will share their report with Governing Council during the 2021-2022 academic year.


Past Consultations

Policy on the Recognition of Student Groups

Summary

We invited students, staff, and faculty to provide comments on the proposed changes to the Policy on the Recognition of Campus Groups (proposed new name: Policy on the Recognition of Student Groups). The consultation period on the proposed changes to the Policy was February 11 to May 4, 2020.

Applicable to:

University of Toronto students

Status:

Approved by Governing Council on June 25, 2020.


“University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy”

Summary

We invited students, staff and faculty to provide comments on the latest version of the University-Mandated Leave of Absence Policy.

Applicable to:

University of Toronto students (see Policy for definition of “Student”)

Status:

Approved by Governing Council on June 27, 2018.


“Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment”

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence and requires assistance, please access the safety programs and resources available to students, staff, and faculty both on- and off-campus.

Applicable to:

All members of the University of Toronto community

Status:

Approved by Governing Council on December 15, 2016.


“Policy on Open, Accessible and Democratic Autonomous Student Organizations”

Applicable to:

University of Toronto Student Societies and Recognized Campus Groups

Status:

Approved by Governing Council on June 23, 2016