Saturday, April 23, 2016

UW-Madison cuts student employment, undergrad advising, IT services to hit budget - PAT SCHNEIDER, The Capital Times

Student employment hours have been drastically cut back because of state funding cuts, University of Wisconsin-Madison officials reported last week to UW System administrators. Those cuts came in addition to paring of undergraduate advising services and reductions in information technology services to students, according to a campus budget impact statement that was to have been presented to the Board of Regents when it met last week in Green Bay. UW System president Ray Cross, after consulting with Board of Regents president Regina Millner and vice president John Behling, decided not to have all the chancellors report on how they were managing their shares of a $250 million reduction in funding to the system in the 2015-2017 budget, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.

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