Tag: Mark Overton

Goat yoga: a chance to say ‘nnnnaammastte’

Students, faculty, and staff got the chance to explore a new form of exercise last Friday with bleating, cuddly baby goats.

QSS meets & talks

The QSS plans to have an additional advisory group get together to discuss the departments with “opt-outable” fees.The second Quality...

Edibles available in Canada (in Dec)

On October 17, exactly one year after the legalization of cannabis, cannabis edibles and other products were officially made legal to buy and sell...

Campus Council confronts campus issues

The Campus Council held their first meeting for the 2019-2020 academic year last Wednesday, in which they discussed Vice-President & Principal Ulrich Krull’s permanent leave,...

SCI guidelines released

Last week, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities published an official guideline to the tuition fee and ancillary fee changes that will be...

Major changes to student services

Last month, the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Quality Service to Students (QSS) committee made various changes to services offered to students by...

UTM updates policies

With the use of cannabis now legal in Canada, Universities and Colleges have begun to finalize their policies for cannabis use on campus.Following the...

Cannabis on Campus

The University of Toronto Mississauga has released information about the upcoming legalization of cannabis this week.According to current university regulations, UTM students will be...

More shuttle buses on the way

The Quality Service to Students’ first meeting of the academic year announced four new shuttle buses running from the University of Toronto Mississauga with...

O-Week prepares first years

The Office of Student Transition sought to welcome students and provide them with academic advice to help them succeed during the last week of...

Campus Council passes student services fee increase

The Campus Council convened last Thursday and voted to raise the Student Services Fee, which was debated on during the last Campus Affairs Committee’s...

Fee increase recommendations

The Quality Services to Students rejected to endorse a motion proposed by the administration at the Campus Affairs meeting last Thursday to raise the...
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