Disability and impairment
- Among Concordia students, 15% identify as living with a disability or impairment.
- For the vast majority, the disability or impairment is invisible (87%), while 25% indicated having an ongoing medical condition. Finally, a lower proportion (16%) reported having a physical disability or impairment.
- Concordia has a higher proportion of graduate students living with a disability or impairment (9%) compared to Canadian universities overall (5%). The proportion of undergraduate students living with a disability or impairment is lower (16%) compared to Canadian universities overall (22%).
- Students who identified as a member of a gender-diverse community (49%) and/or 2SLGBTQIA+ communities (32%) or who mentioned being caregivers (26%) are more likely to report a disability or impairment. The same is true for part-time students (19%), undergraduate students (16%) and those from the Faculty of Fine Arts (26%) or the Faculty of Arts and Science (19%).