By: O’Niel Barrington Blair Today is the deadline to drop out of college and receive a full tuition refund, under special arrangements worked out after the five-week faculty strike. One of the students who has chosen to drop out is Clint Kuci, a first-year journalism student, who said his routine was heavily disrupted by the strike.
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By Chelsea Howard The Canadian Federation of Students met with MPPs in Ontario on Tuesday, pushing for a 35 per cent reduction in tuition fees. The lobbying action comes as students across the province face tuition increases of upwards to five per cent next year. “We’re currently asking for about a 35 per cent reduction
By Maria Josee Martinez Ontario students have until March 1 to apply for 30 per cent off tuition for their winter semester at colleges and universities. The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities is offering the rebate for all Ontario students who have been out of high school four years or less. So far this year, a total
The Vital Signs report released today by the Toronto Federation shows post-secondary school tuition rates are rising in Canada. The annual report gave students a glimpse of how tuitions at the nation’s universities and colleges isn’t going to get any cheaper. With the high school graduation rate rising in Toronto to 83 per cent, Ontario
By Marco Di Meo For the first time in seven years, post-secondary tuition in Ontario could see an increase of five per cent. The Toronto Star reported on Sunday that The Council of Ontario Universities are arguing for a five per cent tuition increase to battle the lowest per-student grants in the country. Post-secondary
By Brandon Humber The deadline to apply for the Ontario 30 per cent tuition rebate has been extended to March 1 in an attempt to allow more students to apply, but many are still being overlooked. Executive director of the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance Rylan Kinnon said although the government has been cooperative, and has
By Alex Fuller and Meagan Malloch Students from across Canada will meet with Members of Parliament and Senators this week to discuss improving the quality and accessibility of post secondary education — and reducing what the Canadian Federation of Students says are unreasonable levels of student debt. The CFS published a document called Public Education