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One-in-two (53%) of students say they have personally witnessed cheating within the past year, 15% say it happens all the time

The 2022 Canadian Student Wellbeing Study examined the current state of student wellbeing in Canada through the lens of student stress, study habits, intent to withdraw, propensity to cheat, and more. This study analyzes year over year results from the 2021 study, and identifies areas of opportunity for administrators.

This research is based on data collected in 2022 and surveys 1,014 current postsecondary students. The sample frame was balanced to ensure representation of gender in proportion to their overall share of the Canadian postsecondary student population, as well as to ensure statistically significant representation from different regions across the country.

The report is divided in chapters, outlined below:

  • Chapter 1: Student Commitment, Motivation, & Engagement 
  • Chapter 2: Academic Integrity, Cheating, & Assessment 
  • Chapter 3: Student Stress, Intent to Withdraw, & Optimism 
  • Chapter 4: Study Habits & Transitioning to Postsecondary 

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