The University of Wisconsin system wants to merge its 13 two-year colleges with its four-year institutions, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
Under the proposal, each two-year institution would merge with one of seven four-year campuses. It’s not immediately clear what the proposed mergers would mean for jobs and programs at the two-year colleges. Ray W. Cross, the system’s president, said the plan would take effect in July 2018, pending approval in November by the Board of Regents.
The university’s extension programs would also be restructured. For example, the Business and Entrepreneurship Division would be moved to the UW System Administration, and the conference centers would be merged with the Madison campus.Return to Top