Tagged Student Fees

Ontario’s new post-secondary regulations will devastate student life ­— and Alberta could be next

January 24, 2019 — Ontario’s post-secondary landscape was turned on its head on Jan. 17 when Premier Doug Ford’s government announced sweeping changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), as well as to tuition and fees. As Alberta prepares for a provincial election this year, students should demand to know how politicians jockeying for the student vote…

Provincial government opens door for new student fees

By Chris Adams, September 4, 2014 — Student lobby group Council for Alberta University Students (CAUS) released documents from the ministry of advanced education Thursday, Aug. 21. They reveal plans to open a submission process for post-secondary institutions to apply for tuition increases, known as market modifiers. Market modifiers are faculty-specific increases in tuition based…

Students get answers on market modifiers

By Chris Adams, May. 22, 2014 — Students in the Haskayne School of Business (HSB) paying an unpopular fee known as a market modifier now have answers about where their money is spent. Students’ Union representatives have questioned the lack of transparency surrounding the business school’s market modifier since it was added to course fees…

Hiring | Staff | Advertising | Contact | PDF version | Archive | Volunteer