Support the School of Pharmacy and the UW MIA Recovery program

Support for a new bill in the Wisconsin State Assembly, AB 372, that will allow our pharmacy students to operate on the same calendar as other health professional students at UW–Madison. Also let your legislators know you support the work of UW – Madison students and faculty bringing home the lost remains of Wisconsin soldiers.

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Upcoming Events

04.01.20 — UW–Madison in Washington, DC

04.23.20 — UW–Madison Day at the State Capitol

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Wisconsin Policy

A critical moment for the State of Wisconsin and its flagship university

The state of Wisconsin and its flagship university have long worked together to improve life for all Wisconsinites. But facing declining state funds and rising educational costs, UW–Madison is at a crossroads. For the future students across this state — and for the future of this state — it’s time to reinvest in the UW.

  • State relations: Learn more about the issues and opportunities facing the University in the 2019-21 State Budget.
  • Animals need heroes: Learn more about the School of Veterinary Medicine’s campaign to build new facilities.

Federal Policy

Your voice was heard in Washington, DC

Key provisions in the new federal tax bill have benefited public universities such as UW–Madison. The new legislation retains the student load interest deduction and the Lifetime Learning Credit. It also maintains universities’ access to interest-free bonds and ensures that graduate-student tuition benefits will not be taxed.


Support the UW MIA Recovery program

Support Senate Bill 446, which will provide funding for the UW’s new Missing in Action Recovery and Identification Program (MIA RIP). MIA RIP is a collaboration between students and faculty of different disciplines to locate and recover the bodies of
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UW System Board of Regents approves updated free speech policy

The Board voted to approve the speech-protection policy amid disapproval from audience.
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An Important Message from UW Pharmacy Dean Steve Swanson

Last week’s vote in the Joint Committee on Finance was only one piece of the budget puzzle.
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Tele-Town Hall

On Wednesday, May 15, at 7:00 p.m. (Central time) the Wisconsin Alumni Association called a select audience of alumni advocates and active UW supporters.
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