A judge has ruled against the University of Calgary Students’ Union in their fight to retain control of MacHall.
The students union has managed MacHall for more than 40 years, but now the university will take control as building manager and all revenue from food court leases will revert to the U of C.
Stephen Guscott, president of the students union says while the university has committed to giving it some of that revenue for its student programs, there is no concrete plan in place.
The students union received notice from the U of C in September, 2014 that the university was terminating the operating agreement.
Officials say this does not affect the lawsuit against the U of C and the Board of Governors related to student ownership of MacHall.
Guscott says administration has failed to produce proof of their claims that students are not co-owners of the building.