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Debts determined by choice of faculty

When they graduate, many students will leave Queen’s with a diploma in one hand and thousands of dollars of student debts in the other.Continue...

Student strikes raise concerns

The Quebec student strikes have highlighted important concerns about accessibility, affordability, and cost-sharing, situations relatable to Ontario students burdened by unfairly shifting costs.Continue...

Rebate a success, for some

The 30 per cent Off Ontario Tuition Grant announced by Premier Dalton McGuinty on Jan. 9 is a win for students.Continue...

Risks and returns of RESP investments

The value of stock-invested RESPs fluctuates in a changing market and can leave students high-and-dry come tuition payment time.Continue...

University launches Promise fund for low-income students

Next fall, five low-income students will start their academic careers at Queen’s debt-free.Continue...

Federal budget 2019 tackles student loans

The federal government’s 2019 budget hopes to target rising student loans and relieve the payment process.Continue...

Cutting tuition wouldn’t translate to more affordable education

While on the surface free tuition for all post-secondary students seems like a progressive change, as a whole, it wouldn’t make a difference in the overall quality of education at Canadian universities.Continue...

Senate Recap: January 29

Senate addressed the potential hit to revenue stemming from Ontario’s recent OSAP changes on Tuesday’s meeting.Continue...

Tuition cuts miss the mark

The cost of higher education is arguably the most important political issue student’s face.Continue...

Province to cut tuition costs by 10 per cent, nix free tuition

The province announced new changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Plan (OSAP) on Thursday that—while proposing cuts to tuition—could see out-of-pocket studentfees increase.Continue...

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