Budget

Budget concerns restrict research

Due to budget restrictions, the University hasn’t subscribed to every scholarly journal requested by faculty and students.Continue...

University plans to delete deficit by 2013

The new fiscal year's operating budget plans to limit enrollment, fund faculties and solve the pension deficit.Continue...

Queen's shackled by small budget

Lack of funding restricts the University's ability to develop the former Prison for Women, purchased by Queen's in 2007 for $2.8 million.Continue...

Students say Queen’s School of Computing in “critical need” of funding

Students and faculty in the School of Computing say a shortage of funding is causing enrollment issues in required courses and preventing the recruitment of high-quality instructors.Continue...

AMS approves ORT budget after discussion at final Assembly

The final AMS Assembly of 2022 convened Dec. 1 in Mitchell Hall immediately following the Corporate General Meeting.Continue...

AMS transparency must extend to budgets

While the AMS budget for this school year looks somewhat promising compared to years past, The Journal only recently gained access to this document that should be public.Continue...

Looking inside the AMS services budget

Queen’s students can ride the bus for ‘free’ after the Alma Mater Society (AMS) reinstated their $3,142,500 contract with Kingston Transit.

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Queen's reputation needs maintenance, not complacency

The now infamous course “Taylor Swift’s Literary Legacy” is running this semester through the Queen’s English department.Continue...

Breaking down cheap Kingston eats

Living on your own can be really exciting, but it comes with one new, major responsibility: managing your own money.

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After budgeting for $24 million deficit, Queen’s projects $29.6 million in losses for 2020-21

At last Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting, Donna Janiec, vice-principal (finance and administration), provided a report on Queen’s financial projections for the 2020-21 year.Continue...

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