Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Tag: fees

Same fees, new health and dental plan

On January 1, 2019, the UTSU and UTMSU separation came into effect through UTM students’ official invoices. All the fees listed under UTSU on the 2019...

Campus affairs committee raises fees

The first Campus Affairs Committee meeting of the year was held this past Wednesday, January 16. The meeting provided an overview of extra-departmental units (EDUs) and their...

Breakdown: UTSU fees paid by UTM students

On April 30, 2008, the UTSU and UTMSU drew up the Associate Membership Agreement (AMA) in the hopes of improving services for both UTSG...

UTMSU renegotiating health and dental plan

On October 30, members of the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) voted to endorse separation from the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union...

Parking pass fees increase

Last Wednesday, the UTM’s Campus Council had its final meeting of the 2018 semester. Topics included enrollment rates, future construction plans, and fee increases...

Students to pay for future expansion?

UTM held its first “mega” commission meeting of the year, comprised of the Student Life commission, Services Commission, and the Campaigns and Advocacy commission...

UTMSU to lobby new AV pricelist

UTMSU is undertaking lobbying efforts to encourage clubs and societies to write letters and sign petitions expressing their views about recent changes to the...

Alternative policy to tution hikes

The budget cites that tuition fees have increased at more than double the rate of inflation since the 1990s.

Parking vote confusion resolved

Erindale College Council recommends fee increases.

The “Drop Fees” benefit

Despite the absurdity of the event itself, it is nice to see our union go out and take some initiative.

Parking fees are not a barrier to education

Gilbert Cassar, president of UTMSU, responded to the ECC proposal with an outrageous claim: “Parking fees are a barrier to education.”

Tensions run high at the Erindale College Council

On November 24, the UTM Students Union emailed the chair and secretary of the Erindale College Council to inform them that the constitution had been violated by three hours.

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