The next general election will take place on June 7, 2018. With e‑Registration, you can confirm, update or add your information to the Voters List in just a few easy steps. To register to vote in an Ontario election, you must be: 18 years of age or older, and a Canadian citizen, and a resident of […]
We’re working with the university to develop a new, ACORN-based opt-out system for the UTSU health and dental plan. The goal is for students to opt out through ACORN, and to have their refunds deposited directly into their student accounts. This is a long-term project, and the new system would be in place by fall […]
Starting next year, the UTSU will have an ombudsperson. If you’re familiar with the U of T ombudsperson, you’ll know that the role of an ombudsperson is to investigate and propose solutions to systemic problems. The UTSU’s ombudsperson will be appointed by the Board of Directors, serve a two-year term, and act independently of the […]
Mathias Memmel | firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday March 15h, 2018 Full Report: Financial Projections and Analysis: 2018-2027 Executive Summary The Student Commons will open in September 2018. Last year, the Student Commons was projected to run a deficit of $500,000 in its first year of operation. As a result, the UTSU was projected to have an accumulated […]
The UTSU is expanding its vision coverage! As of September 2018, the UTSU Health and Dental Plan will cover eyeglasses 🤓! You’ll be able to claim up to $150 for vision care in any two-year period. There will also be no premium increase beyond inflation 💰 for the first time in many years! Here’s the […]
Joshua Grondin | email@example.com Anne Boucher | firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday March 5th, 2018 Full Report: Online Voting Report Preface This is an overview of online voting as it pertains to various elections at the organizational and municipal levels. Based on extensive research and case studies, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) recommends the widespread implementation […]
The U-Commute campaign set to release a survey in mid-August 2017, through to mid-September 2017. The survey received over 16 000 responses, with 9946 responses from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Overall, the U-Commute survey saw a 23% response rate from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Read the Report here. […]
We started the year with a Statement of Priorities laying out our goals for the year. The End-Of-Term Report tracks our progress toward those goals. It will also be an important accountability mechanism going forward. Read the Report here. Questions may be sent to email@example.com.