The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union executive has been hard at work this summer in preparation for the 2014-15 school year. The executive has set some ambitious goals which they hope will enhance the student experience.
From seven possible candidates, University of Saskatchewan undergraduates have chosen four students to represent them as members of the U of S Students’ Union
Buzzwords are used to impress so it’s no surprise this year’s USSU candidates all embraced certain slogans.
Members of students’ council voted unanimously in favour of passing the 2014–15 University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union budgets.
Announced in Upper Place Riel on March 27, the University of Saskatchewan undergraduate student body has chosen its students’ union executive members for the 2014–15 academic year.
Take a look at your candidates for the USSU elections!
Tuition for the 2014–15 academic year at the University of Saskatchewan has been met with disappointment from its student union.
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.
With budget cuts becoming a reality for the University of Saskatchewan, students need to be consulted now more than ever.
The University Students’ Council unanimously voted in favour of a motion of non-confidence in the TransformUS process after the university’s lax consultation with students became an issue at the Jan. 15 town hall meeting.