Wow – I can’t believe the semester is almost over! The past few months have flown by and it’s almost time for exams.
We know that the end of the semester is crunch time and you`re no doubt pulling all-nighters and spending every spare moment studying for exams, so we’re going to finish the semester with the newest SU event, Stress Less Week! We have a week full of stress-relieving and fun activities in MacHall to give you a little break before you get back at it. From PUPPY ROOMS to PAJAMA DAY – there’s something for everyone this week. Be sure to follow us on twitter to get updates on the activities or click here for a schedule of events http://www.su.ucalgary.ca/stressless
Due to popular demand we are proud to present the 2013 Orientation Week video. Students’ Union (SU) President, Raphael Jacob, and the student executive officials, highlight everything that makes the SU and the U of C a great place to be a student. There’s valuable information for all first year students, as well as some useful nuggets for those veteran students’ as well.
On Wednesday April 24, 2013, the Students’ Union (SU) honoured faculty members and instructors for their commitment to student success at its annual Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony. The awards recognize individuals who make significant contributions in assisting students in reaching their highest potential. The Teaching Excellence Awards is a campus-wide recognition program for instructors who make a long-lasting impact on students - and most importantly, it is the students that determine the nominees and winners.
Hey U of C – This is Hardave Birk – your U of C Students’ Union President with a few thoughts before we finish out what has been a fantastic year. I know it’s a busy time of the year for all of us as we approach exams, but there are just a couple final messages and information we want to get to you before exams begin ...
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Submitted by gene.baines on Fri, 04/12/2013 - 10:47
Edmonton, Alberta – Alberta's post-secondary institutions and student organizations were told Thursday that tuition for the 2013/14 academic year will be frozen at current levels, supplemented by $16 million in additional funding. Alberta's universities, colleges, and technical institutions are being challenged by the Government of Alberta to find financial efficiencies without resorting to student tuition or fees and today's announcement is a part of that plan.