This paper sets out Ontario universities’ proposals for planning and funding of enrolment changes that will help meet the province’s goals of improving access to university education and ensuring 70 ...

Framework for planning and funding of enrolment

Published: June 10, 2010

This paper sets out Ontario universities’ proposals for planning and funding of enrolment changes that will help meet the province’s goals of improving access to university education and ensuring 70 per cent of Ontarians have postsecondary credentials. The report recommends a transparent, consistent and accountable framework that would provide appropriate incentives for growth.

Ontario universities support the province’s goals to improve access to university education and to ensure that 70 per cent of Ontarians have postsecondary credentials to support Ontario’s prosperity.
  1. COU recommends the following six principles for enrolment planning and funding:

    • Stability
    • Predictability
    • Equity
    • Accountability
    • Simplicity
    • No Dislocation
In the 2010 Ontario budget, the province announced its goal to increase university enrolment to help ensure that 70 per cent of Ontarians have postsecondary credentials.
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