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Rolf Wegenke

Dr. Rolf Wegenke, president of the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

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Senate Debates High School Sports Eligibility

Senate Debates High School Sports Eligibility

Should virtual and charter school students be able to participate in district school’s extracurriculars?

Republicans Dare Evers to Veto Bill

Republicans Dare Evers to Veto Bill

Their COVID-19 bill includes immunity from liability for businesses violating pandemic restrictions.

State’s Colleges, Universities To Get More Pandemic Aid

State’s Colleges, Universities To Get More Pandemic Aid

New federal stimulus package includes $23 billion for higher education.

Midwest Colleges Experience 5.7% Enrollment Drop

Midwest Colleges Experience 5.7% Enrollment Drop

Marquette University saw 16.5% drop in new freshman enrollment.

Gov. Evers Announces $8.3 Million for COVID-19 Testing at Wisconsin’s Private, Non-Profit, and Tribal Colleges and Universities
Carthage College Slashing Tuition by 30%

Carthage College Slashing Tuition by 30%

To reduce “sticker shock,” Kenosha college will cut tuition from $45,100 to $31,500.

“Smart Cities—Smart Futures” Competition Draws Hundreds of Submissions, Supports Wisconsin Innovation
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“Smart Cities—Smart Futures” Competition Draws Hundreds of Submissions, Supports Wisconsin Innovation

Wisconsin higher education community submits ideas aiming to help shape and change the future of health care, transportation, housing, and education

Governor Walker Announces Wisconsin Career Creator Plan to Support Long-Term Workforce Development Needs
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Governor Walker Announces Wisconsin Career Creator Plan to Support Long-Term Workforce Development Needs

$20 million investment will improve worker training and education opportunities