The Facilities Management Division is the latest department to be put through budget cuts at the University of Saskatchewan.
The University of Saskatchewan is set to lay off about 40 employees over the next three weeks as part of a campus-wide audit of its workforce meant to axe spending in the face of a growing budget deficit.
Budget cuts are on the way for the University of Saskatchewan, according to a letter from the university president sent to all students, faculty and staff today.
University of Saskatchewan biology students have been left out to dry with the temporary closure of the Emma Lake Kenderdine campus where a required honours course in fieldwork was offered. The satellite campus was put under immediate suspension Nov. 15 and will remain closed until 2016 when the fate of the facility will be reconsidered.
hen Stephen Harper famously declared that "ordinary people" don't care about arts funding during the 2008 election campaign, artists and arts groups were quickly forced to prove their worth. In 2009, $45 million was cut from the federal arts budget, and not long after, the government of B.C. made serious cuts of its own. Since those
The Saskatoon Theological Union will offer Japanese among its other introductory language courses.Â After receiving a request from a member of the Religious Studies department, the Union decided to go ahead with the program.
Languages at the University of Saskatchewan are suffering under the budget cuts being implemented across the College of Arts and Science. Though neither the university nor the college budgets have officially been released, students have caught wind of likely funding cuts from tutorial leaders and professors as well as the two town hall meetings
Art and art history students have tuition increases and sessional lecturer cuts to look forward to next year.
The University of Saskatchewan received a smaller grant increase to the operating budget from the provincial government than it had hoped for the 2010-11 school year.
The Sask Party is proposing a cut of educational assistants by 75 per cent over the course of the next seven years. This position was created in an attempt to integrate children with special needs into the classroom setting while ensuring that both the special needs student and others in the class could be educated