Stats Dashboard 2020/21
Below you will find a general reflection of the 2020-21 academic year.
The OAC community includes:
- 470 associate diploma students
- 2,520 undergraduate students
- 392 thesis-based master's students
- 163 course-based master's students
- 228 PhD students
- 600 staff
- 148 faculty
8.2 % of our student community are international students.
Our students identify as:
- 68.7% Female
- 29.6% Male
- 1.7% Other
They are studying in the following areas:
- Animals (33%)
- Environment (18%)
- Communities (12%)
- Agriculture (11%)
- Food (7%)
- Business/Economics (7%)
- Plants (7%)
- Equine (5%)
In 2020-21, we celebrated the graduation of :
- 232 associate diploma students
- 509 bachelor's degree students
- 237 graduate diploma and master's degree students
- 41 PhD students
Landscape Architecture Rankings
For landscape architecture programs, U of G is ranked:
- #12 in the world
- #7 in North America
- #1 in Canada
2 New Programs
- Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice
- Master of Dairy Technology Management
New Awards to Support BIPOC Students
- Seven awards valued at $15,100
OAC Space Visioning Study
OAC recently completed a Space Visioning Study of its 25+ physical spaces. The study supports concepts for investment in spaces that advance OAC’s strategic vision and support priorities of excellence in education and research. Investments include:
- Equine Barn Renovations. A heard of teaching horses arrived on campus for exclusive use by equine management students. Housed in a renovated section of the OVC Equine Sports Medicine and Reproduction Centre, the horses will enhance student experiential learning. Arrived 2020.
- Landscape Architecture Building. Studio spaces in the Landscape Architecture building received a complete refurbishing. The upgrades integrate new technology and modernize the collaborative environments and independent workstations. Arrived 2021 (and more to come!).
- Alumni Centre and Heritage Space. Johnston Hall is a campus landmark that facilitates interactions between alumni, industry and students. Renovations will enhance these interactions and increase inclusion and equity of the space. Coming 2022.
- Centre for Plant Health. This advanced horticulture interdisciplinary initiative is vital in terms of our teaching, research, knowledge translation and transfer (KTT) and commercialization leadership in vertical farming and high-fidelity medicinal plant production. In planning.