Eyes High Strategy
The Eyes High Strategy 2017-22 is the University of Calgary's strategic direction. By 2022, we will be recognized as one of Canada’s top five research universities, fully engaging the communities we both serve and lead.
The 2018-23 Academic Plan is a roadmap to the Eyes High Strategy 2017-22. The Academic Plan includes three academic priorities: prioritizing people, connecting communities, and driving innovation.
The 2018-23 Research Plan is a roadmap to the Eyes High Strategy 2017-22. The Research Plan has three priorities: matching strength with opportunities, increasing research capacity and driving innovation.
Global Engagement Plan
The university's Global Engagement Plan provides a direction toward increasing partnerships around the world to advance the university's position as an intellectual, social and cultural hub for academics and research.
Campus Mental Health Strategy
Launched in 2015, the Campus Mental Health Strategy is a bold commitment to the importance of mental health and well-being of our university family. Together we are creating a community of caring.
ii' taa'poh'to'p, the University of Calgary’s Indigenous Strategy, is a commitment to deep evolutionary transformation by reimagining ways of knowing, doing, connecting and being. Walking parallel paths together, ‘in a good way.’
The Institutional Sustainability Strategy provides a roadmap for continuous improvement in our pursuit of excellence and leadership in sustainability. We aim to become a leader in sustainability in our academic and engagement programs, administrative and operational practices.
Sexual Violence Prevention & Support
The University of Calgary is committed to creating a safe campus environment, where sexual violence is never tolerated. In June 2017, the university introduced a standalone sexual violence policy that applies to all community members including students, faculty, staff and volunteers.