In September 2013, as part of a periodic external review conducted by the University of Toronto, the Faculty of Information facilitated a consultative meeting with MI students to solicit feedback. Although this meeting was organized by the faculty, MISC felt it was a valuable opportunity to gauge student feedback about the MI program. As such, this report has been prepared to preserve these comments in detail for MISC and ensure they can be referred to beyond their inclusion in the faculty’s self-study document.
In March 2012, two "Conversations with the Dean" town hall meetings were held for feedback on the core courses (INF1001, INF1002, and INF1003). The MISC President facilitated the discussion, and the MISC Vice-President produced a report. For the following academic year, incoming students were no longer required to complete the core courses as part of the program.
In March 2015, MISC wrote a statement expressing solidarity with the members of CUPE 3902, Unit 1. MISC also urged university administration to return to negotiations with CUPE 3902 and end the strike.