After graduation, paying off debt is not a foreign priority. But, for many graduates, socioeconomic status, nationality difference and degree programs factor into their ability to join the workforce immediately and pay off their loans.
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State Rep. Chris Taylor led a discussion with the Associated Students of Madison's Legislative Affairs Committee about the future of state support, as well as ensuring more power to the university and student body on Monday.
The order creates a bipartisan committee that will examine different ways to advance interests of women in Wisconsin.
DreamUp Wisconsin fosters community engagement as it looks to improve Dane County job outlook and economy, while closing the gap between racial and ethnic socioeconomic disparities.
When Eric Schmidt receives questions on defying financial instability, his positivity radiates as he eyes an equitable future in Dane County.
It is no secret — attending college is expensive.
Many graduates enter the job market with the intention of paying off their student loan debts.
Prior to capping off an election night of blue wave in Wisconsin, Governor-elect Tony Evers vocalized his desire to fill the empty spaces on the UW System Board of Regents.
Evers keen on making replacements to Board of Regents to re-establish postsecondary education value and improve state resources.
Now in its third year, UW-Green Bay is participating in a restoration project that seeds wild rice in various sites of the bay to improve ecosystems and strengthen coastal wetland habitats.
Former UW-Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala won a seat in the southern Florida congressional election, after flipping the typically Republican-held House district Tuesday.
To improve ecosystems and strengthen coastal wetland habitats, the UW-Green Bay community help seed the lower Green Bay with wild rice.
Former UW-Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala utilized her past resume along with advocacy for climate change policies to earn her a congressional seat in Florida.
After a slew of key absentee ballots arrived from Milwaukee, Governor-elect Tony Evers carried the lead throughout the night, eventually succeeding Scott Walker in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Following progressive support of education policy, Evers’ win means future changes to state funding, post-secondary investment and supporting innovation in STEM and liberal arts programs.
Reaching out to mental health services on campus proves difficult for many people, especially if there isn’t a counselor who speaks their native language. But for Mandarin-speaking students at UW-Madison, that barrier is one step closer to being broken.
UW-Milwaukee receives funding to combat a shortage of Native American educators and encourage more inclusive learning within the American Indian community.
Native community expands efforts to motivate STEM programs for both faculty and students with grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Bureau of Indian Education.
To continue UW-Madison’s long history in research, the Center for Financial Security will participate within a five-year agreement to study the fiscal well-being of those who are most financially vulnerable.