Recent Reports

The University of Toronto regularly makes available updated data regarding its key activities. Some of this information is available below. Further information is available at Measuring our Performance.

  • Canadian Graduate and Professional Student Survey (CGPSS): Along with other Canadian universities the University of Toronto participates in the Canadian Graduate and Professional Student Survey (CGPSS). The survey measures graduate student satisfaction on areas such as program delivery, departmental support, the advisor-student relationship, and university resources.
  • Enrolment Reports: These current and past reports describe actual and projected enrolments across the University. These projections are the basis for the University's long-range budget guidelines and Budget Report. 
  • Performance Indicators: An annual Performance Indicators Report has been presented to the University of Toronto Governing Council since 1998. The University continues to be a leader in the post-secondary sector in Ontario in providing reports of this nature.
  • Student Access and Financial Aid Reports: The Vice-Provost, Students gives annual reports on Student Financial Support to the Committee on Academic Policy and Programs.

The reports of University-wide task forces, committees and review teams provide recommendations regarding strategic directions for discrete topics. In addition, review reports commissioned under the University of Toronto Quality Assurance Process provide recommendations regarding the strategic directions of individual academic programs and units.

  • Classroom Technology Standards (2007): Final report of the Subcommittee on Classroom Technology Standards recommending minimum classroom technology standards for all U of T classrooms by 2010.
  • Federated Universities: Review of the Memorandum of Agreement Between the University of Toronto and the Federated Universities (2007)
  • International Studies (2008): Final report of the Committee on International Studies at the University of Toronto and the Role of the Munk Centre.
  • Library Review (2008): Announcement and Terms of Reference of the review.
  • Outreach Activities (2008):  Report of the Task Force on Outreach Activities, providing a description of the University of Toronto's diverse engagements with various communities, comparing these initiatives to what is being done at other universities, and making recommendations regarding the coordination of these activities moving forward.
  • Tri-Campus Framework (2002): Framework setting out principles to guide the design of an academic administrative framework for the University of Toronto at Mississauga (UTM) and the University of Toronto at Scarborough (UTSC), and the re-structuring of the relationship between these two campuses and academic divisions on the St. George campus.