Large payments put students at disadvantage

Steve Fruehauf, News Editor

October 3, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Ever since I was little, my parents have always preached about the need for self-reliability. So, whenever there was something big I was interested in buying, they would suggest I save up my own money. They said that way, it would... Read more »

Surplus spurs dispute amongst UW System schools

Nate Beck, Staff Writer

May 2, 2013

Filed under News

State lawmakers are talking of freezing UW System tuition in light of a recently exposed budget surplus. The Legislative Fiscal Bureau issued a report on April 19, unfolding a UW System reserve account balance of about $648... Read more »

Q and A with new Chancellor Jim Schmidt

David Heiling, News Editor

April 17, 2013

Filed under News

David Heiling: What are your plans on your first day of classes as UW-Eau Claire’s newchancellor? Jim Schmidt: I could tell on my visit that the energy on this campus is fantastic. For my first day I just want to immerse... Read more »

Where does our money go?

Haley Zblewski and Alex Zank

November 1, 2012

Filed under News

Last year, students paid more than $4 million in student segregated fees. For the 2012-13 year, each student is paying $419 in student segregated fees. These fees are allocated to various organizations, activities and services... Read more »

Education granted

Education granted

October 6, 2011