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About 800 state residents admitted to the University of Wisconsin-Madison next fall will get free tuition and fees, depending on income.
For some UW-Madison students, last week’s campus-wide climate survey results were no surprise.
Survey data showed that while 81 percent of UW-Madison’s overall student population often feel welcome on campus, just 69 percent of LGBQ students, 67 percent of students with a disability and 65 percent of black students feel similarly.
“Latino students, documented and undocumented, feel left out,” MollyJo Bautch said during the question-and-answer period following a informational presentation on a federal program that has protected undocumented students from deportation. “What steps are you taking to bridge the gap and reach out?”
Improving the climate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for underrepresented and disadvantaged students is going to rely on efforts in departments, classrooms and social circles around campus, officials told a luncheon gathering Tuesday at the school’s 2017 Diversity Forum.