1. UW System Board of Regents suspends use of back-up appointments

    MADISON-The practice of granting back-up appointments for administrative employees within the University of Wisconsin System will be suspended, pending a review of employment policies and practices by the Board of Regents’ Business and Finance Committee. Board of Regents President David G. Walsh and UW System President Kevin P. Reilly ordered the immediate suspension and directed

  2. Statement on Signing of 2005-07 State Budget

    Donald J. Mash, Executive Senior Vice President University of Wisconsin System

    “The final 2005-07 state budget signed today will make it possible for the University of Wisconsin System to further the Board of Regents’ priorities of student access and Wisconsin success. “The Board of Regents, President Reilly and our campuses are acutely aware of the impacts of rising college costs, and that’s why we’re pleased this

  3. UW System Backgrounder: Appointment, Payroll and Benefits System-July 2005

    The University of Wisconsin System is working to implement a state-of-the-art Appointment, Payroll and Benefits System (APBS) to manage payroll and benefits, human resource functions, and meet reporting requirements. The State of Wisconsin may also be considering a similar project in the near future. Planning for the UW’s project began more than five years ago,

  4. Statement on Governor’s Vetoes

    Kevin P. Reilly, President University of Wisconsin System

    “The vetoes announced by Governor Doyle on UW campuses today recognize that the University of Wisconsin System and the students we educate are vital to the state’s future. “With this restored financial aid, the university’s neediest students can be assured they will have more financial help to attend college, and to stay enrolled after working

  5. UW System Board of Regents approves 2005-06 budget

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents July 2005 Meeting News Summary

    MADISON-By a vote of 10-6, the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved on Thursday (July 7) an operating budget that will guide spending levels and tuition rates within the UW System for fiscal year 2005-06. The budget was approved Thursday following solemn discussion about the priorities of the state and the university, and

  6. UW System Board of Regents approves 2005-06 budget

    MADISON ― By a vote of 10-6, the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has approved an operating budget that will guide spending levels and tuition rates within the UW System for fiscal year 2005-06. The action came Thursday (July 7) during the Board’s regularly scheduled July meeting. The university budget is based upon

  7. Statement on Wisconsin State Senate Budget Action

    Kevin P. Reilly, President, University of Wisconsin System

    “By requiring an additional $34 million cut to the University of Wisconsin System, the budget narrowly approved by the Wisconsin State Senate this morning will further harm the university’s ability to serve the best interests of Wisconsin students and the state. “I am deeply disappointed that the Senate did not restore $13 million in funds