1. Regents Approve Concept to Restructure UW Colleges and UW-Extension (news summary)

    MADISON – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved today a proposal to restructure UW Colleges and UW-Extension, joining the 13 two-year campuses with four-year comprehensive and research institutions. UW-Extension divisions will be joined within UW-Madison and UW System Administration. “This proposal empowers us to meet the challenges we face while upholding the

  2. Board of Regents Approves Restructure of UW Colleges and UW-Extension

    Today, the UW System Board of Regents passed a resolution approving a proposal to restructure UW Colleges and UW-Extension.  The resolution allows UW System President Ray Cross to proceed with planning and implementation to join the 13 two-year campuses with four-year comprehensive and research institutions.  UW-Extension divisions will be joined within UW-Madison and UW System

  3. UW System Recognizes Seven Institutions for Earning UW VETS Certification

    UW System Awarded Nearly $24 Million in UW-funded Veterans Tuition Benefits in Fiscal Year 2017

    Two days before Veteran’s Day, the University of Wisconsin (UW) System honored seven of its institutions at today’s Board of Regents meeting for achieving UW Veterans Education and Transition to Success (VETS) Certification.  In addition to the undergraduate and graduate tuition benefits the UW System awards to veterans under the Wisconsin G.I. Bill, this certification

  4. News Around the UW System – November 2017

    Report by President Ray Cross to the Board of Regents WisPolitics partnered with UW-Extension to offer economic roundtables in Hudson, Richland Center, and Sheboygan. Experts from the Department of Revenue, Division for Business & Entrepreneurship, and Cooperative Extension shared data with community leaders to help drive future economic growth. UW-Marshfield/Wood County celebrated the opening of