Provost Wallace discusses four-year graduation
On Sunday the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s editorial staff praised UW System President Kevin Reilly’s call for encouraging four-year graduation as a way for students to save money. In the editorial UW-Green Bay Provost Julia Wallace was quoted as saying the University established its “four-year contract” for students a dozen years ago. The contract states that if students take classes when they’re supposed to, they’ll graduate in four years. Wallace pointed out that at UW-Green Bay class size limits have been lifted on 20 percent of upper-level courses to make sure hard-pressed students graduate on time. Here’s a link to the editorial.