It can be stressful when you start adding up the cost of tuition, textbooks and everything else.
The University of Saskatchewan is gearing up to execute a second and more extensive round of job cuts between now and the end of April. Soon the remaining 75 per cent of colleges and units that have so far gone unaffected by cuts will see layoffs.
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.
Universities are corporations, my friend. Or at least that’s what the University of Regina’s Academic Program Review would have us believe. In its conclusions, the U of R’s review is illustrative of wider Canadian post-secondary trends.