2023-2025 State Budget Priorities
UW–Madison's budget request, which includes a new College of Engineering building and catching up with deferred maintenance on aging structures, will help meet the state's growing workforce demands, decrease future costs and mitigate the risks of badly aging structures.
An Investment for Wisconsin's Future
In the face of unprecedented inflation and a tight labor market, UW–Madison and UW System are seeking a 4 percent increase to our operating budget and employee compensation plan fully funded by the state. The modest increase is an investment in Wisconsin’s future that ensures the university can continue its essential work.
Reduce Costly Delays for Projects
UW–Madison seeks modification to current law to allow UW System to approve building projects funded entirely by university-generated revenue. This will provide flexibility for essential projects and position UW–Madison to better meet the needs of our students and the state without costly delays.
Governor’s budget proposal includes new engineering building and needed infrastructure advancements across campus
Governor Tony Evers today introduced his proposed 2023-25 capital budget to legislators, enumerating a number of University of Wisconsin—Madison building projects in the next two fiscal years.February 28, 2023
UW–Madison reacts to Evers biennial budget proposal
Governor Tony Evers announced his proposed budget for the 2023-25 biennium on Wednesday, including an increase in state support for UW System and a compensation plan to help state and university employees keep pace with …February 15, 2023
Need for new Engineering building covered in Wisconsin State Journal
The Sunday, February 12, 2023 edition of the Wisconsin State Journal included a front-page article on the need for a new Engineering building at UW–Madison, excerpted below. Read the full article on WSJ’s website. In …February 13, 2023
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