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A variety of both student and non-student on-campus jobs have opened up at our Student Centres! Apply today! https://ncsac.bamboohr.com/jobs/
A number of cook and clerk opportunities have opened at The Armoury, The Core and The Shack Student Café. Follow each link for more information:
Day Cook Support – The Core
Day Cook Support – The Armoury
Night Cook – The Core
Café Clerk – Niagara-on-the-Lake
Lead Day Cook – The Armoury
Here we grow again!
We have two excellent on-campus opportunities which we are now accepting applications for:
The deadline to apply for both positions is June 23rd, 2015.
In order for us to advocate for changes to be made with the Ministry of Training College and Universities and the institution, we require your input and feedback on how this has impacted you.
Please fill out the form below, and we will bring your concerns to the appropriate contacts.
Thank you for your time.
A student must not make fraudulent use of a U-Pass, which includes, but is not limited to:
i. Allowing either directly or indirectly, another individual to use his or her U-Pass regardless of whether or not the individual is a student and entitled to a U-Pass.
ii. Failing to present his/her Niagara College ID card and U-Pass to bus driver concurrently or obstructing manner.
iii. Altering his/her U-Pass or Niagara College ID card for the purpose of fraudulent access to the transit services.
iv. Possessing or using an unauthorized U-Pass.
Any student that is violating the terms of the U-Pass will automatically lose any further privileges of the service and may lead to further disciplinary action.
Niagara College Student Administrative Council (NCSAC) President, Shane Malcolm, has a very busy year ahead of him.
The recently re-elected Malcolm has just been elected as a Director for the College Student Alliance (CSA) Board of Directors for the 2015-16 school year.
The CSA is an advocacy organization, which has been serving Ontario’s college students since 1975. The CSA currently represents approximately 110,000 full-time college students across the province. In the past the CSA has advocated for tuition freezes, limits on annual increases and have contributed to improvements in financial aid and OSAP in Ontario.
Malcolm, who was elected during the CSA May conference in Windsor this past weekend, was also the recipient of the CSA Leadership Award for the Southwest Region.
“I’m honoured and excited to be a part of the CSA Board of Directors this coming year,” said Shane Malcolm, President, NCSAC. “I look forward to bringing my regional student advocacy experience in Niagara and applying it provincially alongside a great group of student leaders.”
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Please note that there were some schedules listed under our “Reduced Service Bus Schedules” page at http://ncsac.ca/busschedulesreduced/ that indicated those schedules would be running this week. These schedules have since been replaced by the Spring/Summer 2015 Transit Schedules which can be viewed at http://ncsac.ca/summer-2015-transit-schedules/
We apologize for not catching this earlier.
College students are pleased the Ontario government’s 2015 budget includes the adoption of a key recommendation put forward by the Niagara College Student Administrative Council Inc. (NCSAC) through the College Student Alliance (CSA) on student support.
The government will be removing the student-owned vehicle asset exemption from OSAP’s needs assessment process. This means a student won’t face cuts in OSAP funding if the student owns a vehicle, as was previously the case. The recommendation to remove this exemption was in CSA’s 2015 pre-budget submission, “Strengthening Ontario’s College System for Students.”
“We’re very pleased that the voices of college students across Ontario have been heard and are helping to provide direction in the government’s strategy going forward to ensure access to a quality post-secondary education,” says Shane Malcolm, President of the NCSAC. “The adoption of CSA’s recommendation of eliminating the student-owned vehicle asset exemption from OSAP’s needs assessment process has the potential to benefit 356 Niagara College students. Prior to the 2015 Budget, these students would have been negatively affected due to the value of their vehicles.”
Currently, post-secondary students who own a vehicle receive less funding if the cost of their vehicle is over the allowed limit. By eliminating this process from OSAP, the Ontario Government is providing additional aid to over 7,300 college students.
An example cited in CSA’s pre-budget submission highlights a Sudbury student who had his OSAP funding reduced by $600 for every $1,000 that his vehicle was higher than the vehicle asset exemption threshold. The removal of the student-owned vehicle asset exemption will particularly benefit students living in Northern, rural and suburban areas as public transit is not an option in many of those communities.
“This year’s budget serves to improve the quality and accessibility of post-secondary education in Ontario. Quality education clearly remains a funding priority and we’re happy the government is investing in Ontario’s college students,” says Matt Caron, Director of Advocacy, CSA. “The inclusion of CSA’s recommendation of eliminating the requirement for students to report their vehicle as an asset will create opportunities for current and potential college students, making post-secondary education more accessible.”
For more information on the NCSAC or to view the CSA’s 2015 Pre-Budget submission, visit: www.collegestudentalliance.ca.
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Name: Shane Malcolm
President – NCSAC
Phone : 905-735-2211 ext. 4226/7256
Communications Manager – CSA
Students, please take note that effective Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 the Brock run #23 (West – Brock – Commuter) is no longer running as classes have wrapped up at Brock University for the term. This may have an impact on Niagara College students’ ability to get to classes, so please be aware of these changes and plan to make alternative arrangements if this is a route you rely upon.