Members of students’ council voted unanimously in favour of passing the 2014–15 University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union budgets.
Four of the University of Saskatchewan’s highest paid executives earn over $300,000 per year.
The greatest risk foreign aid faces today is the threat of abandoning the successes and progress we have made because they are wrongly thought of as failures.
University Council gave no response to a motion of non-confidence in the TransformUS process that University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union President Max FineDay presented at the Jan. 23 council meeting.
The University of Saskatchewan has begun gathering responses and recommendations to the TransformUS taskforce reports as the first two of three town halls were held on Jan. 8 and 9.
Even with financial issues at the University of Saskatchewan, the arts are as worthwhile as ever.
The Facilities Management Division is the latest department to be put through budget cuts at the University of Saskatchewan.
One year after the University of Saskatchewan announced a looming deficit of $44.5 million for 2016, a total of $15.5 million has been trimmed from the shortfall.
The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors has approved an average 4.5 per cent tuition hike. Undergraduates will see an average tuition increase of 4.8 per cent next year, while graduate students will pay an extra 3.4 per cent.
Unless you have been living under a rock you probably know our school has a money problem to the tune of a projected $44.5-million budgetary shortfall. My interest was naturally piqued when I heard that the province and PotashCorp will fork over $50 million to the University of Saskatchewan.