UW-Green Bay’s room and board costs will remain flat and segregated fees will increase by 6 percent under the 2014-15 UW System operating budget passed today (Thursday, June 5) by the Board of Regents in Milwaukee. The increase, coupled with a legislatively mandated tuition freeze, means the average UW-Green Bay undergrad will pay a total […]
President Heba Mohammad and some UW-Green Bay Student Government leaders are making a push for subsidized childcare for students, faculty and staff. A Childcare Q&A was scheduled to take place at 11:30 a.m. today (Monday, April 7) in the University Union, followed by a rally in support at the Weidner Memorial Carillon outside the Union […]
UW-Green Bay’s segregated fees will increase by 0.4 percent, and room and board costs by 4.2 percent, under the 2013-14 UW System operating budget unanimously approved during Thursday’s (July 11) Board of Regents meeting. The increases mean UW-Green Bay students will pay $28 more in segregated fees and $250 more for housing and meals in […]
Dean of Enrollment Services Mike Stearney did a great job explaining the intricacies of student segregated fees for a story in Monday’s (July 16) Green Bay Press-Gazette. The story explored why UW-Green Bay has long been on the high side of UW System schools in terms of annual student activity fees (although not tuition). Economies […]
As we told you Monday, the Board of Regents this week also will consider board president Kevin Reilly’s proposal to increase tuition at UW System schools by 5.5 percent for the 2012-13 academic year. That means an increase of $328 at UW-Green Bay, from $5,970 in 2011-12 to $6,298 for 2012-13. Factor in segregated fees, […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s annual tuition and student fees would increase almost 5 percent to nearly $7,650 for a Wisconsin resident attending school full time, according to a proposal that will be considered Thursday.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s annual tuition and student fees would increase 4.5 percent to nearly $7,300 for a Wisconsin resident attending school full time, according to a proposal that will be considered Thursday.