Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity
Schulich Medicine Class of 2022
- 171 seats
- 1.75% Indigenous students
- 50.88% Female students
- 42.10% Southwestern Ontario students
Schulich Dentistry Class of 2022
- 56 seats
- 1.78% Indigenous students
- 62.50% Female students
Our Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is committed to providing a welcoming and accommodating environment for all. We recognize that diversity is a source of strength that promotes a culture of excellence, innovation, flexibility and adaptability that thrives from the contributions of all our members. We accept, value, nurture and celebrate diversity.
Diversity in our learning environments allows for a rich educational experience and propels innovation in clinical care and research by developing culturally competent future physicians, dentists, researchers, and health care leaders. Given Canada’s social fabric, diversity in our classrooms ensures ongoing health care excellence at a national level.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry identifies the following diversity categories which are under-represented within health care environments:
- Indigenous populations
- Rural communities
- Lower socioeconomic status
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry is committed to outreach and recruitment activities, as there remains much work to be done to ensure applicants from these groups are well-represented as future physicians and dentists.
Please refer to the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry Diversity Statement for further details.