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Queen’s now projects reduced deficit of $16.5 million

The University’s Operating Fund is now projecting a reduced deficit of $16.5 million, instead of the budgeted $24 million deficit , according to a report submitted to the Board of Trustees in March.Continue...

Queen’s meets enrolment targets with 26,309 total students

Despite risks posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Queen’s is meeting enrolment targets.Continue...

Senate: Applications up 14 per cent from last year

Queen’s Senate gathered Tuesday on Zoom to discuss the Harassment and Discrimination Policy, the Conversation, and the ongoing search for leadership roles at the University....Continue...

Pandemic’s impact on international enrolment threatens revenue stream at Canadian universities

Statistics Canada (StatsCan) released a report on Oct. 8 to show how Canadian post-secondary institutions haven’t escaped the economic impacts of COVID-19.Continue...

Undergraduate acceptances increase 14 per cent for 2020-21

Despite concerns about the possible impact of COVID-19 on enrolment in 2020-21, the University maintains it's on track to meet targets.Continue...

Queen’s plans to maintain tuition fees for remote learning, anticipating loss of international tuition

As Queen’s plans for a semester of remote learning , it also intends to maintain regular tuition fees for the fall term.Continue...

Despite unclear future of fall term, University maintains increase in BISC enrolment targets

Ahead of the June 1 acceptance deadline, COVID-19 is posing uncertainty for first-year enrolment at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC).Continue...

Castle saw “significantly reduced” enrollment in fall and winter semesters

The Bader International Study Centre (BISC) experienced “significantly reduced” student enrollment in the fall and winter semesters, leading to a decrease in the European campus’ revenue, according to financial projections submitted to the Board of Trustees ahead of its March 6 meeting.

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Direct entry applications up 15 per cent from last year

Undergraduate applications have increased by 15 per cent from 2017, according to Interim Provost Tom Harris’ Sept. 25 report to Senate.Continue...

It may be far, but U of M’s issues beg a far-reaching question

The labour strike at the University of Manitoba may seem a few provinces away, but over-enrolment, pressures on professors and suffering student experiences are problems that exist in our own backyard.Continue...

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