News_UWOshkosh.jpgBy Courtesy of UW-Oshkosh | Feb. 3, 2020
UW-Oshkosh Titan Advantage Program supports more than 50 students this year — more than three times the previous amount in their five-year run — to increase accessibility to underrepresented students at the university.
Faculty criticism did not come far behind UW-Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s announcement of the potential cuts Friday.
The Titan Alumni Foundation will aid more than 16,000 students across campus.
Chancellor Richard Wells and Vice Chancellor Tom Sonnleitner are charged with five counts of misconduct, following a lawsuit filed last year.
A trial between the UW-Oshkosh Foundation and UW System will take place.
The UW System’s restructuring plan will go into effect in July, the same month that UW-Oshkosh will cut spending.
As the lawsuit between UW-Oshkosh's foundation and the UW System continues, taxpayers might still have to pay for the illegal real estate deals.