The Board of Governors Finance Committee voted on Monday to recommend tuition increases of 5 per cent for new international undergraduate students, 3 per cent for continuing undergraduate international students and 2 per cent for new and continuing domestic undergraduate and graduate students.
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The statement repeated that the stickers stand at odds with the organization’s values and said they are concerned the campaign “will fuel an already incendiary environment and jeopardize student safety.”
On November 15, the Senate met for the first time under new President Benoit-Antoine Bacon to receive the student senate caucus’ Senate 2026 priorities memorandum and the UBC Library annual report.
The university’s budget assumes a total operating revenue of $3.65 billion, and a total operating expense of $3.57 billion — leaving a consolidated surplus of $85 million.
Linda Greenhouse has spent over four decades watching the United States Supreme Court.
The new policy limits digital assessment tools' cost to 12 per cent of the per credit tuition fee, and says that digital assessments can be used for only up to 20 per cent of their final grade.
Tong, a third-year newcomer to the AMS, ran on a platform of advocating around affordability and accessibility issues.
Remy, inspired by the Open Kitchen rat infamously spotted in January 2022, is running on a platform centred on climate justice, food security, and making the AMS “a student union again.”
Tong is running on a platform that focuses on affordability and accessibility, with an emphasis on lobbying targeted at the provincial government.
Lone VP external candidate Tina Tong discussed her platform proposals and faced some criticism from audience questions at last night's Great Debate.
The Vancouver City Council voted in January to close the City of Vancouver’s Renter’s Office, a body established by the previous council in 2018 to promote and advocate for tenants’ rights.
CUPE 2278 President Emily Cadger said the campaign saw a slowdown over the break as students’ attention turned towards exams but expects energy to return following organizer meetings held at the start of the semester.
The policy move, announced in October, is intended to help address Canada’s labour shortage, according to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Minister Sean Fraser.
For the first time ever, UBC is revisiting its 45-year-old Academic Freedom Policy.
The Vancouver Senate convened this Wednesday to welcome Interim President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Deborah Buszard, say goodbye to longtime administrator Dr. Kate Ross, and discuss a series of Admissions Committee motions.