Off-campus students can mail both parts of the fee statement provided in the registration package mailout along with a cheque or money order payable to the intended school (either UW, St. Jerome's or Renison). On-campus students can pay fees at the Cashier's Office in Needles Hall (room 1110). Students are advised that identification and their address should be written on the back of cheques.
The Registrar's Office has also announced times for the pick-up of new WatCards, the new UW student identification card:
-- New students can pick them up between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. from August 28 to September 1 in the Student Life Centre, Sept. 4 (Labour day Monday) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Village 1 and 11 and from 9 to 4 in Village 1 and the SLC from Sept. 5 to 8.
-- WatCards will be available to returning students in the SLC from Sept. 11 to 22 (except weekends). The normal closing time for pick-up will be 4 p.m., except on Tuesday Sept. 12 and Wednesday Sept. 13 when the site will be open until 7 p.m. to accommodate part-time students who might not be available during the daytime schedule.
The outlet -- on the third floor of the math and computer science building -- was open through August last summer, but this summer it was decided that "it wasn't worth our while [to keep it open] because there's hardly anyone around after the middle of August," says one outlet source. That's good business.
He added teachers should be more accountable to their "clients" and "customers." In his first major speech since taking office, he also said he supports "a new governing body for teachers, a new arms-length centre for province-wide testing and more computers in the classroom."
Understandably, considering his audience, he made little mention of universities. Stay tuned for any news on our front.
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