It can be stressful when you start adding up the cost of tuition, textbooks and everything else.
Time and time again, both on and off campuses, the question has been debated: Is higher education a right or a privilege? Both the riots in London over dramatic post-secondary education tuition increases almost two years ago and more recently the province of Quebec coming to a near standstill over a proposed tuition hike make
Working students, an ever-growing portion of the university population, worry constantly about their work loads. If you’re one of those students, you will probably find that making it to class every day, working several shifts a week, volunteering and staying active make for a very busy life.
Canadian students returning to universities this week are more worried about simply paying for school than receiving good grades.
Higher education in the context of research and innovation stole much of the spotlight in the federal government’s latest budget, but students and youth seeking greater financial aid were otherwise left in the dark.