tuition

Low-income students should have the right to pay tuition themselves

Using student loans to pay tuition fees enables students to spend money responsibly. Taking that ability away manifests stereotypes about how low-income students can’t manage their money.Continue...

6,000 Kingston students receiving free tuition this year with new OSAP

This year more than 6,000 postsecondary students in Kingston received free tuition through new changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), according to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.Continue...

Getting to the core of food insecurity: we have to start somewhere

There are many factors that feed into food insecurity on our campuses — but when it comes to solving the issue, the hunger will only be satisfied if someone takes the first bite.Continue...

Tuition rates rising rapidly as tuition cap nears expiry

Canadian tuition costs continue to rise, according to a recent Statistics Canada (StatsCan) report. In Ontario, they’re rising faster — with Queen’s well above the national averages — and the province’s tuition cap has nearly expired.Continue...

Masters of Science in Healthcare Quality tuition increased by 36 per cent

The Board of Trustees passed a series of tuition increases on March 4 for domestic and international students for the 2016-17 school year.Continue...

UPDATED: Ontario’s new budget to cover tuition for post-secondary students

Post-secondary students from lower income houses will soon be paying little to nothing to attend universities and colleges in Ontario.Continue...

What Ontario’s “free” tuition actually means for students

You’ve probably read the headlines: Free tuition for college or university promised to students from low-income families.Continue...

AMS joins alliance for tuition freezes

The AMS has joined the provincial-wide “Time Out” Tuition campaign to freeze tuition in Ontario.Continue...

You go, Chicago

The University of Chicago’s plan to increase the economic diversity of its undergraduate population helps establish equal opportunities for students of all economic backgrounds.Continue...

Law school looks to expand

Last Tuesday, the Faculty of Law announced its plan to increase enrolment by up to 50 students per year – an initiative set to garner more revenue for the Faculty.Continue...

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