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You will receive an email with all the information you provided – this initial email does not confirm that your hamper is being built.
Books and course materials can add another $1,000 to the tally, and covering housing, food and other costs adds thousands more.
Raham said while it’s understandable some students consider such transactions as a potential solution to financial struggles, it could come with unintended consequences.“I’m concerned about power dynamics in relationships like this,” he said.“When you’re a student, you’re definitely more vulnerable and you’re getting involved with someone who might be a bit more established in their life and career, and (the student) might be negatively impacted.”Alexis German, a spokeswoman for Seeking Arrangement, noted the average monthly “allowance” agreed upon by clients (gleaned via user surveys) is about $2,700, not including gifts or other boons.“That number varies.
- There have been no changes to my household since that time [i.e.
I have the same number of family members accessing this food hamper].
In 2016, the University of Alberta topped the list for new sign-ups in Canada, with 138 new students logging on.
Facing staggering debt loads, hundreds of Alberta post-secondary students are logging on to a website connecting them with “sugar daddies,” who can provide them a monthly allowance and gifts in exchange for negotiated relationships.But student advocates warn such arrangements can be fraught with peril, exposing them to potential exploitation or abuse with few avenues to disentangle themselves from a bad situation.
- I have received a food hamper from the Food Bank within the last 6 months.Fahim Rahman, president of the University of Alberta’s Students’ Union, said it’s troubling that so many students are concerned enough about covering their tuition, books and other expenses that they have to find wealthy benefactors willing to pay for their schooling, usually with the expectation of sexual relationships.“I’m not surprised more students are signing up,” he said.“The really interesting thing is how the website is actively recruiting students from post-secondary schools, knowing many will unlikely be able to afford all the costs.”According to Statistics Canada, the average tuition fees for an undergraduate student in Alberta were $5,730 in 2015.For those studying medicine or dentistry, those annual fees can triple or even quadruple.- I have used Food Bank services less than five times within the last 6 months. - My address has not changed since I last used the Food Bank.- There are no changes to my household or IDs [identifications].Once the form is completed it is sent in for processing.