Current faculty and staff
Budget information session Dec. 12, 2013
VP Academic and Provost Reeta Tremblay and VP Finance and Operations Gayle Gorrill will present the next in their series of budget information sessions on Dec. 12 at 11:30 a.m. in the David Strong Building, room C103.
It will provide an opportunity to offer comment and advice and ask questions. Topics for the session include the university's financial circumstances, our anticipated planning processes and the provincial government's core review process.
For more information visit the Budget planning website.
Additionally, President Jamie Cassels has provided an update on 2014-15 budget planning, including a tentative budget forecast, and on anticipated planning processes.
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