As a public institution, George Brown College is subject to Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Consequently, you have the right to request information and records held by George Brown College. You can request information even if you attended many years ago. This includes internal and external correspondence to, from and about you. It also includes any of your previous evaluation reports and any correspondence with the College about you by guest instructors.
Anyone can make a Freedom of Information request. You do not have to be a former student. To protect privacy, there are limitations to the types of information that you can request and obtain. For example, you cannot obtain someone else’s personal records and no one else can obtain your personal records.
To make a Freedom of Information (FOI) Request to George Brown College, visit this link.
The FOI Coordinator has 30 calendar days upon receipt of your request to reply. Depending on the scope of your request, you may receive a processing fee estimate by mail within this time period. The processing fee estimate will tell you how much the FOI Coordinator anticipates it will cost to access the records you have requested. The FOI Coordinator will also likely tell you whether there may be any anticipated challenges or legal limitations to accessing the records you have requested. You may be required to make a payment for the processing fee. You may wish to modify your request to reduce your processing fee. Modifications can be discussed with the FOI Coordinator. If a large volume of records is requested, the FOI Coordinator may request a time extension to properly fulfill the request.
This information is intended as a guideline only and was written by the creator of this site, not George Brown College. Your Freedom of Information request may proceed differently.
Click here for further information about making a Freedom of Information request.