tuition

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...

International PhD students to pay the same tuition as domestic students

Following community activism and consultations, Queen’s has lowered tuition fees for international PhD students.Continue...

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...

Queen’s maintains ancillary fees for 2020-21 academic year

Whether or not students choose to return to campus in September, they’re still expected to pay their mandatory ancillary fees this fall.

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Queen’s Rector and Undergraduate Trustee advocate for lower tuition in fall term

Undergraduate Trustee Shoshannah Bennett-Dwara and Rector Sam Hiemstra released a joint statement on May 25 calling for the University to lower tuition in the fall term.Continue...

While tuition unaltered, Queen’s reduces summer student fees

While tuition remains the same, the University has adjusted ancillary fees for the summer term to reflect current operations.Continue...

Students shouldn’t shoulder the financial burden of remote learning

As a result of COVID-19, students are facing cancelled internships and lost jobs. Now, they must shoulder the burden of regular tuition fees in the fall—despite classes going online.Continue...

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