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YorkU offers tuition credits, bursaries as strike continues | Academica Group - Research and Consulting for Higher Education
York University’s administration is offering tuition credits and bursaries for undergraduate students affected by a six-week work stoppage, CBC reports. While some classes have proceeded as scheduled, other departments reportedly chose to suspend classes altogether until the end of the strike. In a letter to students, YorkU Interim Provost and VP Academic Lisa Philipps stated that the university will provide tuition credits for any Fall/Winter 2017-18 course or 2018 Winter course from which a student has withdrawn. Students in demonstrable financial hardship because of the strike may also apply for a $1.5K bursary, Philipps added.
april 2018 by sechilds
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