Read about how Ontario universities are streamlining administrative processes and enhancing productivity to ensure that every public dollar is maximized for the benefit of the high quality programs ...

Innovative Ideas: Improving Efficiency at Ontario Universities

Published: May 24, 2011

Read about how Ontario universities are streamlining administrative processes and enhancing productivity to ensure that every public dollar is maximized for the benefit of the high quality programs provided to students.

Ontario universities are committed to the efficient use of public funds. — Innovative Ideas
  1. Ontario universities moved the Inter-University Transit System (IUTS), which facilitates the movement of library material between institutions, to a private-sector provider, resulting in an almost 30 per cent cut in costs to date.

Ontario universities came together in 1971 to establish the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) to process all university undergraduate applications, making the application process more efficient.
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