“We are the state’s flagship university, and as such, the makeup of our freshman class reflects both our appeal to home-state students and our vow to attract and enroll as many of these high-achieving students as we can,” says Steve Hahn, vice provost for enrollment management. “This is a robust and well-prepared class of Wisconsinites, and we’re thrilled to welcome these students to campus.”
- Bucky’s Tuition Promise, now in its second year, covers full tuition for residents whose families make less than the state median income.
- This year, UW–Madison welcomed 848 Bucky’s Tuition Promise freshmen to campus, up from 796 last year.
- Together, about one in five new Wisconsin resident students on campus this fall is receiving free tuition through either Bucky’s Tuition Promise or Badger Promise.
Read the full article online – https://news.wisc.edu/meet-the-class-of-2023/