Take the Ontario Post-Secondary Student Survey for a chance to win an iPad

November 14, 2017 at 09:00 am

The MSU and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) are currently conducting a survey that assesses the post-secondary experience of students. McMaster and the other member schools that comprise OUSA work together to lobby the provincial government on issues relating to post-secondary education. The data and information gathered through this research will help the MSU and OUSA work together to advocate for university students.

OUSA has conducted this study every two years since 2009, with past results contributing to lobbying efforts that have resulted in positive changes for students. Some of these successes include the repurposing of tax credits into upfront grants for low-income students (New Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)), $190 million invested into the expansion of work-integrated learning opportunities across disciplines, and systematized access to information on support services for students with disabilities (Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC) and eINFO).

Students can access the survey by checking their McMaster email account for the link to the survey, or click here for additional information and the link. The survey will ask questions that cover topics such as financial aid, employment, and learning environments. Students that complete the survey have a chance to win one of two iPad Mini 4s.

For more information, please contact:

Ryan Deshpande
MSU Vice President (Education)
vped@msu.mcmaster.ca

905-525-9140 ext. 24017

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