With lower-than-expected international tuition rates and a domestic tuition freeze, TMU struggles to bridge the budget gap.
Provincial NDP leader is eager to fight for student and youth rights despite pushback.
Newly admitted students in 2023 will receive 25% less in scholarship funds.
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TMU Says Wait Times Will Improve If Students Pay More for Health Care — Will They?
8.5% of students voted to increase student health service fees by 888%.
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TMU to Vote on 888% Health and Wellness Fee Increase
Students will vote this week in a referendum on whether to increase the levy to nearly $39 per semester.
Critics of Premier Doug Ford’s post-secondary education policies say he’s doing damage control ahead of the June election, trying to make up for three years of decisions they say have…
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Demand for Lower Tuition Continues Despite Return to In-person Classes
With a gradual return to in-person learning starting Jan. 31, Ryerson University must address high tuition costs and outstanding pandemic-related issues, say members of a student organization. “‘Back to normal’…
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One of Canada’s Tallest Residential Buildings Set to Be Built at Yonge and Gerrard
Ryerson University’s campus is about to be home to one of Canada’s tallest residential buildings. Set to be built at the corner of Yonge Street and Gerrard Street, the 95-storey…
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‘i Didn’t Have a Choice’: How the Pandemic Pushed Long-frustrated Students to the Edge
Even though Tara Mulcahy Konop considers herself one of the lucky ones, the pandemic still upended her life. The 21-year-old Ryerson student started the pandemic at Concordia University in Montreal,…