USSU general manager believes government grants are a start but more can be done for accessible post-secondary education.
Undergraduates will pay more to the Infrastructure Fee, the USSU Student Fee, the Transit Fee and the Health and Dental Plan.
If you’re an undergraduate student at the University of Saskatchewan, you’re paying student fees, so it would probably be good to know if you’re getting all you can out of the exchange.
At the Jan. 30 University of Saskathewan Students’ Council meeting, councillors unanimously voted in favour of increasing student fees for the 2014–15 school year.
A dental clinic slated to set up shop in Lower Place Riel in December could balloon the cost of the undergraduate dental plan, says a representative from the students’ union’s insurance provider.
The University of Saskatchewan has a plan to double its number of childcare spaces by 2014, says Associate Vice-President Student Affairs David Hannah. The design, which consists of two separate components, is projected to cost between $4 and $5 million and would increase the university’s total licensed childcare spaces to 220, up from 110. The first