Posts Tagged ‘student services’

What does the Dalplex do with our money?

A full-time Dalhousie student pays $153.20 per term for so-called “student service fees.” The university’s website says those fees go to administrative, athletic, and health services, but doesn’t provide a further breakdown of how those funds are distributed. According to the Student Accounts office, $100.70 of that fee goes to “athletics” each term. They couldn’t…

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Dal looking to increase student health services—but at a price

Verity Turpin hopes a fee increase will see more students' needs being met. (Photo by Josh Fraser)

Students could start paying upwards of $34 per term beginning this fall for health services, an increase that could mean moving the current health clinic and expanding its student-specific services. The impending relocation of Dal Health Services to the LeMarchant mixed-use building is giving executive director of student wellness Verity Turpin a chance to envision…

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