Posts Tagged: student fees

AU-Thentic Events

Proposed Student Fee Increase – Member Consulation Mon, March 26, 5:00 pm MDT Online Hosted by AUSU No pre-registration required Introduction to Open Access Tues, March 27, 10:00 to 11:00 am MDT Online Hosted by AU Library No pre-registration required MBA in Hockey Management Info Session Tues, March 27, 10:00 to 11:00 am… Read more »

Council Connection

The first meeting of January 2018 proved to be another marathon session but contained many important issues for council and AU undergraduates.  The meeting was called to order at 5:31.  The minutes from the December 2017 meeting were carried unanimously, but AUSU President Shawna Wasylyshyn clarified a couple of points on them.  The meeting notes… Read more »

Council Connection

The AUSU monthly meeting, held on December 12, 2017, was the last council meeting of the year and the marathon meeting—almost three hours long—dealt with some weighty topics that affected AU students.  All councillors were present except Amanda Lipinski, who was absent due to a scheduled vacation. Council unanimously approved November’s minutes, and the action… Read more »

Editorial—Dealing with Fee Time

AUSU has just announced their proposed fee increase.  While this has been expected for some time, what we haven’t known is the amount the fees were going up.  The first reading of the policy that will increase the fees by $1.50 per credit has been scheduled for the January 15, 2017.  This is an increase… Read more »

Council Connection

The revision of AUSU Bylaws, The Voice, and the finance policies were the main topics covered at AUSU’s latest monthly meeting, held on Tuesday, November 14th. All current AUSU councillors were present at the meeting, except Vice-Present External and Student Affairs Julian Teterenko, due to a personal commitment.  President Shawna Wasylyshyn called the meeting to… Read more »

Blast from Voices Past

In last week’s article, Back to the Future, we examined some of the headline issues for The Voice readers of 1994.  This week, we take a look at how quaintly archaic 1994 seems to be—now. In addition to the apparent gloomy financial situation at AU, The Voice in 1994 brims with quaintly outdated details: In… Read more »