The 2014-16 Biennial Report showcases exciting initiatives at Ontario universities that support student success now and into the future. The biennial report also captures the diverse research efforts ...

Preparing our Students for Tomorrow’s World: 2014-16 Biennial Report

Published: February 21, 2017

The 2014-16 Biennial Report showcases exciting initiatives at Ontario universities that support student success now and into the future. The biennial report also captures the diverse research efforts of universities across the province, award winning scholarship, advancement of accessible campuses and efforts to create safer, healthier communities. It includes COU’s financial reports from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016.

Our students will go on to shape the world of tomorrow and our universities are working harder than ever to set them up for success. At COU, and collectively at our universities, much good work is being done. — David Lindsay COU President and CEO

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