1. Regents await further state budget action, will make tuition decision in August

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents July Meeting Day Two News Summary

    With the state’s 2007-09 biennial budget still chock-full of uncertainties, the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will wait until August to decide on an annual operating budget and set tuition for the 2007-08 school year. The Board heard a budget update Friday from Freda Harris, UW System associate vice president for budget and

  2. Expert lauds effectiveness of Board of Regents, UW System Administration

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents July Meeting Day One News Summary

    The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents received praise Thursday for its service to the state and its citizens from a national expert on the topic. As part of its strategic planning retreat, the Board invited Richard T. Ingram to lead a discussion on the effectiveness of public governing boards in the 21st century.

  3. Statement on the State Assembly Proposed Budget

    Mark J. Bradley, President, University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Kevin P. Reilly, President, University of Wisconsin System “Legislators face challenges in setting fiscal priorities for Wisconsin, but this version of the budget stands in stark contrast to what we’ve heard from hard-working families, business owners, and community leaders across the state. They love their

  4. UW System Regents Work to Keep Tuition Affordable

    Fall 2007 tuition to be set in August

    MADISON, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will meet in early August to approve the annual operating budget for its 26 campuses. As part of that budget action, the Regents will set tuition rates for the Fall 2007 semester. The Regents anticipate that the state Senate and Assembly will approve different

  5. Statement on the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute’s Report

    Don Mash, Executive Senior Vice President for Administration, University of Wisconsin System

    “The Wisconsin Policy Research Institute’s (WPRI) report on the UW System, released today, contains a lot of information upon which it bases its views about what is required to maximize the UW’s impact for the state and its citizens. “While one can take issue with aspects of the report, the timing of the report is