NBSA releases second edition of The State of Student Affairs in New Brunswick
Fredericton, N.B. — The New Brunswick Student Alliance today released the second edition of The State of Student Affairs in New Brunswick. The report, an analysis of the province’s public postsecondary sector, takes the form of a public letter to the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, the Honourable Jocelyne Roy Vienneau.
“Her Honour has been very generous to meet with our Alliance during our previous Advocacy Weeks,” said Brianna Workman, the NBSA’s Board Chair. “This report allows us to update Her Honour on the progress we have made and the challenges we have faced in the last year.”
This annual report serves as the Alliance’s response to government actions, the issues facing postsecondary students, and the general wellbeing of the sector in the province.
“We stand proudly behind our accomplishments, but are eager to continue to overcome the barriers that are still facing current and prospective postsecondary students in New Brunswick,” said NBSA Executive Director Emily Blue. “The State of Student Affairs allows us to ensure that our member’s voice is presented to the public, independent of their institutions and government.”
University presidents have been invited to respond to the report.