For the first time since 2012, the price of in-state tuition at all UW system schools is going up.
“They might not have been the flashiest or gone to the most elite school, but they had a really strong work ethic and good training, and they’re smart."
The Wisconsin Tuition Promise will waive tuition for households making less than $62,000/year. Legislative Republicans are being asked to fund it beyond its first year.
The decision comes as Wisconsin's latest COVID wave rapidly subsides.
Professor responds that students “don’t have to agree with me, but they do have to think.”
UW leader swings a hammer and raises the goal for students to be protected from the coronavirus.
Any restrictions will first need approval from Republican lawmakers, who are certain to reject the rules.
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