With lower-than-expected international tuition rates and a domestic tuition freeze, TMU struggles to bridge the budget gap.
Newly admitted students in 2023 will receive 25% less in scholarship funds.
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The government of Ontario announced that it will extend its tuition freeze for post-secondary students through the 2022-2023 academic year. According to Minister of Colleges and Universities, Jill Dunlop, the …
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Tuition fees for domestic students in the upcoming year are projected to remain the same, according to a series of town halls hosted by Ryerson to discuss the operating budget …
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Finances have become a major talking point in the era of COVID-19, with many Ryerson students facing tough decisions about their education and some businesses near campus worrying about their …
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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, …
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Salad King will be supporting Ryerson students with funding over the next five years.