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Trans and Racialized Student Healthcare Experiences on Campus

 

*Please note this survey is only to be filled out by UWaterloo students who have accessed Health Services or Counselling Services* 

 

This survey is one part of a larger project to research the experiences of trans and racialized students when seeking care through Campus Wellness at the University of Waterloo. Based on your feedback, we will then compile a report of recommendations for Campus Wellness, with opportunities to improve the experiences of these groups.  

 

The Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) believes all students deserve access to quality and inclusive services on campus, that set them up for success both in and outside the classroom. WUSA firmly believes in advocating for students to ensure those needs are met. 

 

At the end of this survey, enter our contest for a chance to win 1 of 3 $100 prizes! You do not need to complete this survey to win. Participating in this survey is anonymous, voluntary, and confidential. The data will be aggregated to ensure anonymity. You're welcome to complete the survey more than once, especially if you would like to comment on both Health Services and Counselling Services. 

 

Please note: 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). 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. Public reports of the survey will include only summarized results ensuring that no individual student can be identified. 

 

The survey includes questions in the following content areas: 1) Experience with health and counselling services on campus 2) Demographics – there may be some personal discomfort with the content of certain questions. For example, access to and experience with health care for vulnerable populations. If you’d like to talk with someone about issues that may arise as a result of participation in the survey, please access the following services: 

 

The Glow Centre for Sexual and Gender Identity, Racial Advocacy for Inclusion Solidarity and Equity (RAISE), The Women’s Centre, and MATES.  

 

WUSA also recently created a Trans Student Bursary program to help students fund a legal name change in their home province and/or sex designation change on their birth registration or certificate. If you would like to be considered, fill out our application form! 

 

For more information, email your VP Student Life, Amanda FitzPatrick, and/or equity@wusa.ca 
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