On Monday, Sept. 25 the University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors (BOG) met to discuss its latest financial numbers, the university’s academic ranking, and more.
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BOG vice-president resources Marc Joyal started his presentation by talking about how the U of O is facing an estimated $14.6-million deficit for the current fiscal year, a period that ends on April 30, 2017.
According to a memo sent to U of O staff from president Jacques Frémont, the university is facing a $15-million deficit this fiscal year and has been consulting with the heads of faculties and services to see how they can soften the blow.
The construction, however inconvenient, is necessary, and the university should be applauded for trying to improve our campus’ infrastructure.
Moody’s Investors Service, which provides credit ratings and risk analyses to organizations around the world, released a report on Sept. 29 that characterizes the University of Ottawa’s recent debt issuance as “stable.”
When asked about what he thought about the wall’s erection, Richard Head, a first-year sociology student, replied: “Haha, erection.”