Despite programs for lower income students that cover most of their costs to attend UW-Madison, some students who do not qualify for aid based on income struggle to fund their college expenses.
Several pieces of key legislation were passed by the Associated Students of Madison Tuesday night.
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The WPP initially received $3 million in May 2020 for COVID-19 projects, but got additional funding last week.
UW recently announced that fully vaccinated employees and staff are exempt from COVID-19 testing upon the release of updated CDC guidelines.
As COVID-19 vaccination eligibility in Wisconsin expands, UHS is allowing the UW-Madison community to check their eligibility status and schedule appointments through their online portal.
In order to minimize the spread of the coronavirus caused by traveling or activity, UW-Madison opted out of having a spring break during the Spring 2021 semester, but students are facing burnout and exhaustion.
Library Mall, positioned between Memorial Library, State Street Mall, the Wisconsin Historical Society and Langdon Street, has been a space for students to study outside, hang out and do yoga.
The UW-Madison student organization PAVE-UW strives to stop sexual assault, stalking and dating violence on campus.
The UW-Madison student COVID-19 positivity rate fell to 0.1 percent Friday, marking the lowest it’s ever been since the university began collecting data.
Student Council and Student Services Finance Committee seats have been secured for the 28th session of the Associated Students of Madison.
As university and county restrictions affecting gatherings begin to ease, frustrations and concerns about large student gatherings with the onset of warmer weather have surfaced.
The student governance body voted unanimously to endorse three new pieces of legislation at their meeting Tuesday.
The Associated Students of Madison’s annual election allows students to pick the representatives that execute shared governance.
UW-Madison effort aims to increase diversity among staff and student body, support an inclusive campus, increase academic and career support for students and research injustices.
UW-Madison report highlights diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, but some student leaders are not impressed.
First-year PharmD students will be able to administer vaccines with an accelerated course designed to better address the need for vaccine distribution.
UW urged to divest from fossil fuels to reduce its impact on climate change.
In an effort to address campus food insecurity, the Wisconsin Union distributed free meals to students on campus.