MADISON, Wis. (AP) — New in-state University of Wisconsin-Madison students from low-to-moderate income families will get free tuition and fees for four years under a new program, university officials announced Thursday.
Month: February 2018
Chancellor Blank remarks to the UW System Board of Regents
There are a lot of good things happening at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison to cover tuition and segregated fees for low-income Wisconsin students
Wisconsin students who want to attend UW-Madison and have a family income of $56,000 or less are now eligible to have four years of tuition and segregated fees covered by the university, Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Thursday.
UW-Madison pledges four years free tuition and fees for state students whose families earn $56,000 or less
If you’re a Wisconsin resident admitted as a new student to the University of Wisconsin-Madison next fall — and your family’s adjusted gross income is $56,000 or less — you’ve just been given a free ride.
UW-Madison to cover tuition, fees for in-state students from families below median income
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UW-Madison Announces Ambitious Public Commitment to Educate More High-Achieving Low-Income Students
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is among the first schools to announce public commitments through the American Talent Initiative (ATI), an initiative of Bloomberg Philanthropies Started in December 2016, ATI has grown from 30 to 86 …