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Campus policies

Campus Policies

January 23, 2014

Michelle Olding

Su-Ting Teo

Campus policies

  • Policies set how things are done

  • They articulate priorities, values, and beliefs

  • They have direct impact on the students, staff, and faculty (learning, teaching, working)

Policy backgrounder
Policy Backgrounder


  • To better understand the scope and content of policies related to mental health

  • To identify any promising practices in post-secondary policy development and review

  • To identify some common challenges and debates underlying the development of student mental health policy

Policy backgrounder1
Policy Backgrounder


  • Review of academic and grey literature

  • Institutional policy review

  • Key Informant Discussions (directors of student counselling services, accommodation services,

Ryerson university
Ryerson University

  • Statement of Commitment

    • Ryerson is committed to the success of all its community members by creating an environment that is supportive of mental well-being. This includes an ongoing dedication to creating and sustaining a supportive campus culture and institutional ethos without stigmatization and discrimination with regard to mental health. …

  • Policy Principles

    • be respectful of human dignity, the whole person, multiple perspectives and experience, as well as individual privacy and confidentiality

    • establish flexible responses with processes that do not impose undue barriers and stress for all involved parties

    • promote a collaborative, compassionate and flexible approach to problem resolution and avoid creating more adversarial processes


  • Statement of commitment to mental health and well-being:

    • is it intended to have any force? (ie what is its purpose?)

  • Over arching policy principles:

    • What force and effect would they have and who would approve them?

    • How would this document influence the policies that are developed across the university?

    • How does intersect with the Accessibility inclusion lens work being done?

    • Policy principles are general good policy development, how does this add?