2 edition of University Student Expenditure and Income in Canada, 1961-62. Part 2 found in the catalog.
University Student Expenditure and Income in Canada, 1961-62. Part 2
Written in English
|Other titles||Canadian Undergraduate Students. (Part 2 of University Student Expenditure and Income in Canada, 1961-62).|
|Series||Dbs Catalogue -- 81-520|
§Mr. Hugh Gaitskell (Leeds, South) I beg to move, That this House regrets the rejection by Her Majesty's Government of the recommendations of the University Grants Committee and their refusal to agree to an adequate increase in the salaries of university teachers, since these decisions will seriously prejudice the rapid expansion of university education which is urgently needed in the. A written request signed by the student whose name appears on the transcript and that contains information such as date of birth and/or the Trine University student identification number, is required before a University transcript or other information from the student’s academic record may be released.
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