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Racialized peoples

  • 39% of Concordia students in the census self-identified as a racialized person. This is similar to what we observe among other Canadian universities (40%).
  • Census respondents who are members of a linguistic minority group (60%) or a member of a religious or faith community (51%), Canadian citizens by naturalization (57%), immigrants (54%), refugees (61%) or those with a temporary resident status (42%) are more likely to identify as a racialized person.
  • We also observe a higher proportion of racialized students in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science (76%), the John Molson School of Business (62%) and among graduate students (71%).
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