SFU Personal Information Bank (PIB)
Staff and Dependent Tuition Fee Waivers

Title of PIB

Staff and Dependent Tuition Fee Waivers

Location of PIB (Department)

Student Services

Types of personal information in the PIB

Name, date of birth, family status, student number, social insurance number, financial information, and educational information.

Purpose for which personal information obtained / compiled and used / disclosed

The University collects and uses the personal information contained in these records to administer the tuition waiver benefit and to report the taxable income of University employees to the Canada Revenue Agency.

Individuals using personal information or to whom it is disclosed

Staff members of Student Services, Payroll, Human Resources, and eligible employees' home departments use the personal information contained in the tuition fee waivers. The University discloses the personal information to the Canada Revenue Agency to report employees' taxable income.

Individuals included in PIB

Individuals taking courses at the University whose fees are waived pursuant to collective agreements between the University and its unions.

Legal authority for the collection and use of personal information

University Act (RSBC 1996, c. 468).
Income Tax Act (RSC 1985, c. I-3.3).
SFU Collective Bargaining Agreements.
Tuition Waiver (SFU Policy AD 9-10).
Tuition Waiver (SFU Policy AD 10-12), Tuition Waiver (SFU Policy A 21-05).

Applicable Records Retention Schedule and Dispoal Authority (RRSDA)

RRSDA 1997-028

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