Tag: student debt

A call for interest-free student loans

Wherever I go to Ontario, I hear from young people and recent graduates how they are scrambling to pay off massive student loans, while...

OSAP to become more accessible

Deputy Premier, chair of the cabinet, the minister responsible for Digital Government, and the minister of advanced education and skills development Deb Matthews, stated...

Candidates debate student issues

More than half of the attendees at last Wednesday’s #UTMSPEAKS: Federal Elections Forum attended as undecided voters ahead of the October 19 national election. Hosted...

Balancing life and loans

Last Thursday, students gathered in the Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre to hear The Globe and Mail columnists Rob Carrick and Roma Luciw...

Refugee student lands at UTM

The World University Service of Canada is a student refugee program dedicated to furthering access to education. WUSC opened a branch at UTM in...

What are you going to do with that degree?

There really isn’t any way to defend myself when people ask, “What do you plan on doing with an English degree?” The answer, “To...

Students share budgeting tips

Have you heard about Alex Kenjeev? Kenjeev, a U of T law school graduate, paid off a $114,460 student loan in cash back in...
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