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Board of Regents approve undergraduate tuition increase for 2024-25 academic year to keep pace with inflation

April 4, 2024

At UW–Madison, resident undergraduate tuition will increase by $362 to $10,006 annually in fall 2024.

Regents support legislative compromise resolution

December 14, 2023

The Board of Regents approved by an 11-6 vote an agreement between the Universities of Wisconsin and state legislative leadership that moves forward critical priorities of UW campuses across Wisconsin, including the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Regents vote against legislative compromise resolution

December 12, 2023

On Dec. 9, the Board of Regents voted against a resolution that would have endorsed a compromise proposal between the Universities of Wisconsin, UW–Madison and legislative leadership.

Regents approve 4% tuition increase

March 30, 2023

The decision by the UW System Board of Regents marks the the first increase in in-state tuition since 2012.

Regents approve lease that will expand UW lab space

October 10, 2022

The lease with Element Labs provides critical research laboratory space needed to expand UW–Madison’s ability to recruit world-class faculty.

Regents approve University Research Park agreement

October 8, 2021

Goals of the program include promotion of economic development and innovation, expansion of the university’s economic impact, creation of more opportunities for local commerce, and strengthening the long-term fiscal health of UW–Madison.

New online bachelor’s in liberal studies adds to growing list of UW–Madison Online degrees

October 8, 2021

“Students who want to complete their degree but cannot be a traditional residential student should look at what UW–Madison Online has to offer.”

Sifting and winnowing turns 125: The tumultuous story of three little words

September 17, 2019

Sifting and winnowing has a special meaning at UW–Madison. Those words were first shared on Sept. 18, 1894, by the UW Board of Regents in defense of a professor named Richard Ely. How did an agricultural phrase come to symbolize academic freedom?

Know before you go: Campus policies on free speech and protests

August 28, 2019

As the new academic year gets underway, university officials are reminding students of guidelines that will help keep them safe and in good standing as they exercise their rights to free speech and free expression.

UW-Madison to launch online Master’s in clinical nutrition to meet growing demand

October 10, 2016

The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has approved an online master of science degree with a focus on clinical nutrition, among the first of its kind in the U.S.