Doyle's Regents to Screw Wisconsin Families Again
The Regents have the wrong priorities.
According to Madison's WISC-TV.
MADISON, Wis. -- Resident students in the University of Wisconsin System would see a 6.8 percent tuition increase next fall under a plan released on Thursday.
The increases would translate to $382 more per year for students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, $374 more at UW-Milwaukee and $291 more at all other UW campuses.
The plan would also lower out-of-state tuition at all campuses except UW-Madison as part of a plan to attract more students from other states.
The UW System Board of Regents is expected to consider the plan at a meeting at UW-Milwaukee next week.
UW System officials said that the tuition hike will generate $44 million in revenue, which will be used to pay for utilities, technology improvements and employee salary and benefits.
What part of University of WISCONSIN do they not understand?
If any tuition has to be raised, OUT OF STATE tuition should be the first.