University of Saskatchewan is reporting its new Childcare Centre as being on schedule and potentially under budget.
On Oct. 14 the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors approved a new childcare centre to address the growing demand for daycare spots on campus.
The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors has approved a new 90-spot childcare facility to be built in the university’s College Quarter.
Following the announcement that the University of Saskatchewan would be re-examining all of its options for childcare expansion, Vice-President Finance and Resources Greg Fowler said they had never made a commitment to a proposed daycare facility next to Souris Hall.
With the future of a proposed childcare facility at the University of Saskatchewan in limbo, frustrations among those in need of childcare spots on campus are growing.
University of Saskatchewan students wanting a new childcare centre on campus may have to wait even longer, as plans to expand the existing facilities appear to have stalled for the time being.
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