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September 21, 2009 | by  | in News |
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Correction

Note: Salient would like to address an error from last week’s “Students see both sides of VSM coin” article. Due to an editing mishap, the following text was omitted:

“In 2009, full-time domestic students paid $131.90 each in VUWSA subscription fees. This payment goes towards a number of student services including orientation, class reps, Student Job Search and Salient. If the bill was passed, this payment would no longer be compulsory, as students would be allowed Voluntary Student Membership (VSM).

Fees that go directly to the University would still be compulsory, however.

These include the Student Services Levy, which pays for services such as Accommodation and Student Health, and the Student Technology Fee.”

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