GSA COVID-19 Impact Survey
The COVID-19 Impact Survey for Fall 2020 is now closed.
Thank you to all graduate students who have completed the survey. A report of the results will be provided as soon as possible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had major impacts on all individuals across the globe.
The Graduate Student Association – University of Waterloo (GSA-UW) understands that our fellow graduate students are facing significant challenges during this unprecedented time.
Our survey was made in collaboration with Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA) to better identify and understand the experience, concerns, and issues that our grad community is facing due to the pandemic. It is part 2 of our COVID-19 Impact Survey that was issued in April 2020.
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will be available until WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020 at 4:00 PM.
To begin the survey, click on the link below:
Thank you for supporting the GSA-UW. We hope you are staying safe and healthy.
Please note the following:
- Participation in this survey is voluntary and confidential. Your responses are not going to be associated with your email address or any other potential identifier. Reports of this survey will include summarized results, ensuring that no individual can be identified.
- When information is transmitted over the internet, privacy cannot be guaranteed. There is always a risk your responses may be intercepted by a third party (e.g., government agencies, hackers). University of Waterloo researchers will not collect or use internet protocol (IP) addresses or other information which could link your participation to your computer or electronic device without first informing you.
- This survey includes questions pertaining to race and ethnicity. These questions are optional, and it is entirely up to you to choose whether you want to answer these or not. We are interested in better understanding whether and how ethnicity and race are linked to the experiences of our graduate students.
- Some of the survey questions may include sensitive matter and could be potentially triggering, in relation to topics such as discrimination and mental health. If you need support concerning these matters, please consider visiting the following resources:
University of Waterloo Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
University of Waterloo Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion Kitchener-Waterloo Community Resources
University of Waterloo Campus Wellness Counselling Services
University of Waterloo MATES
Crisis Services Canada
University of Waterloo Occupational Health
University of Waterloo Police