KPU students who do not wish to be members of KPIRG can receive a membership fee refund. Students who receive this refund will no longer be members of KPIRG and will not be able to access the resources available.
WHAT DO PIRGs Do?
Since PIRGs are student-directed, what PIRGs do depends on the interests of the students who are involved. Most PIRG projects are coordinated by student-initiated Working Groups. While board members, as student volunteers, may identify projects and programs for the PIRG, their primary role, among with staff members, is to support the interests of students in the working groups.
PIRGs give busy students the opportunity to take effective action to improve their communities. By providing resources, training, ideas, and support. PIRGs allow students to devote their time to the issues that they choose. Also, PIRGs work with students to organize educational events on public interest issues and coordinate research in collaboration with university departments, professors, and the community.
May 16,17,18,19, 2016
12PM to 4PM
KPU Surrey – Birch Building – Social Justice Space
12666 7nd Avenue, Surrey, BC
Unceded Coast Salish Territories
Refund amounts will be calculated based on credit registration per semester.
In order to receive a refund, students must come by in person and provide the following:
- Receipt of fee payment
- Registration form indicating total tuition credits paid (the detailed breakdown of tuition and frees available from the KPU/myKwantlen website)
- Valid Student I.D card
Students cannot collect a fee refund on another student’s behalf.
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