Open Forum for Student Concerns about the APR

RPIRG, in conjunction with Students Against Austerity – Regina, presents the following forum. As well, scroll down to see related activities leading up to the forum.

Academic Program Review: Open Forum for Student Concerns

Thursday, January 24, 2013

10:30-12:00pm

Multipurpose Room, Riddell Centre

By now, many students know that the University of Regina is currently undergoing an Academic Program Review. This is a years-long process where the University is responding to a tightening budget by looking at cutting and/or consolidating many programs that are now offered. This means that in coming years, options for class selections, majors and minors, or even entire degree programs may no longer be available.

Many students are concerned about this. On Thursday the 24th, join us to relay your concerns to Tom Chase, VP Academic and Provost for the APR process. This will be a chance for you to explain your concerns and raise your questions directly to the APR team.

We believe that student input should be a valuable and critical aspect of any decisions made about the future of our University. Make sure your voice is heard.

For background info on what the APR process has done so far, check out the U of R website at http://www.uregina.ca/president/executive-team/provost-vp-academic/academic-program-review/updates.html

Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/542180365801400/

Small Group Discussions to learn and share ideas about the APR and university’s future

Wednesday, January 23 in CK 185 at 10:30 and in the URSU boardroom at 1:30 and 3:30.

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