UWindsor Gives Students Money For Patience During CUPE Strike
Tuesday December 10th, 2013
Posted at 2:00pm
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University of Windsor students are between $10 and $15 richer today.
The University’s chief communications officer Holly Ward announced to students this morning that, in appreciation for students’ patience during the CUPE 1393 strike, students were receiving a “surprise bonus”.
Full-time students received $15 and part-time students received $10.
The University says funds were added to the balances on students’s UWin cards.
The funds can be used at:
- At all on-campus Food Services, including Tim Horton’s, Second Cup, and Subway
- The Book Store
- Vending Machines
- Laundry Machines
- Off Campus partners: Swiss Chalet, Applebees, Harvey’s, and PizzaPizza
- On-line to pay at Parking Services, Registrar’s and Software Depot.