Student Diversity Self-ID
“By learning who’s here and who’s not, we can begin to make changes that break down barriers.”
Toronto Met undergraduate and graduate students are asked to fill out the Student Diversity Self-ID after signing in to RAMSS.
The data creates a picture of the diversity of students in an academic year and the success of students from equity groups, to help improve access to education and the experience of all students at Toronto Met.
The Diversity Self-ID Program counts women, racialized people, Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities and 2SLGBTQ+ people. Within each group there is also a rich diversity. The Student Diversity Self-ID captures some of this by asking students who identify in an equity group if they identify in specific racialized or Indigenous groups, with categories of disability or specific sexual or gender identity groups.
With self-identification, students choose how they identify
It is voluntary to self-identify and there is a "prefer not to answer" option for each question. You may also update your responses at any time in RAMSS.
Complete the Student Diversity Self-ID
- It’s easy! It takes about two minutes to complete.
- It will help us see who’s here and who isn’t, at the university and in specific faculties and programs.
- It will help improve access to the university and the experience of all students.
- Aggregated data will be published in regular reports and online in data visualizations, so we can track our progress.