In 2012-2013, there has been a great deal to celebrate at Ontario’s universities. Our graduates are finding success in the job market, entrepreneurship and experiential learning opportunities are on ...

Serving Ontario Universities: COU’s 2012-2013 Annual Report

Published: July 29, 2014

In 2012-2013, there has been a great deal to celebrate at Ontario’s universities. Our graduates are finding success in the job market, entrepreneurship and experiential learning opportunities are on the rise, and universities are continuing to create more accessible campuses and develop resources to support the mental health needs of students. The annual report captures these efforts, along with the diverse research efforts of universities across the province, the leading and award winning scholarship, and the ways universities are creating cleaner, greener campuses and supporting healthier communities.

Through COU, universities are working together to make Ontario even more technologically innovative, culturally rich and socially progressive. Universities truly lay the groundwork for success in this province, and act as engines for the economy. — Dr. Max Blouw COU Chair

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