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Minutes of a meeting between Dean Moran and students re: tution, Oct 8, 2013

Minutes of a meeting between Dean Moran and students re: tution, Oct 8, 2013

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Published by Marcus McCann
Students asked Dean Mayo Moran outright whether tuition was a problem and whether she has a plan for an alternative to tuition fee increases. See what she had to say.
Students asked Dean Mayo Moran outright whether tuition was a problem and whether she has a plan for an alternative to tuition fee increases. See what she had to say.

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October 8, 2013, 5:05pmPurpose:Over the summer, students wrote to Dean Mayo Moran regarding the April 2013 Governing Councilvote to raise tuition for this year by the maximum allowed by the province. The Dean granted our request for a meeting to address concerns about the vote.Present:Mayo MoranAlexis ArchboldLisa Wilder Padraigin MurphyRiaz Sayani-MuljiEnoch GuimondMarcus McCann Note takers:Padraigin MurphyMarcus McCannIssues raised by students:1. Students acknowledged the work done so far by the Dean on the tuition file, including the white paper, listening sessions and town halls.2. However, the underlying problems of high tuition remain, including accessibility, pressure on career choice, and affect on mental health of current students.3. Problem is getting worse: Students are deferring their acceptances. Some are considering the half time program for economic reasons.4. Students would like an acknowledgement from the Dean that tuition is unacceptably high. Failingthat, students would like an acknowledgement that the escalating trajectory of tuition is unacceptable.5. The February petition asked the dean to make a plan for tuition and financial aid, and to freezetuition until such a plan were in place.Response from the Dean:1. The Dean thanked students for the time and energy they have put into this issue. It has been an

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