The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) welcomes Reza Moridi as Ontario’s new Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities. A former Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities from 2007-2009, Minister Moridi will also serve Ontario’s Minister of Research and Innovation in Premier Kathleen Wynne’s new Cabinet.
The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) congratulates the Ontario Liberal Party and Premier Wynne on their re-election in Ontario. Students are eager to begin working with all elected Members of Provincial Parliament to address many of the challenges currently facing post-secondary students in Ontario.
The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) is proud to announce the release of We Work Hard for Our Money: Student Employment and the University Experience in Ontario, the third report of the 2014 What Students Want Report Series. In November 2013, OUSA launched its biennial Ontario Post-Secondary Student Survey and received approximately 9,000 responses to a series of 140 post-secondary related questions. Today’s report launch examines the experiences undergraduate students have had with summer employment and work undertaken during the academic term.
The affordability of a university education remains an important priority for a majority of Ontarians during the current provincial election according to the results of a recent survey released by the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) today. Ipsos Canada conducted a random sample survey of 1008 Ontarians aged 18 or older regarding their views on the affordability and utility of a post-secondary education within the province as part of OUSA’s It’s Your Vote election campaign.