Washington Senate proposes tuition cuts

After a year of paying the highest tuition in the UW’s history, students may finally see some financial relief. In late March, both the Washington House Democrats and the Senate Republicans released their draft budgets for the next two years; neither suggested a tuition increase. “All the signals are at least on the right sideContinue reading “Washington Senate proposes tuition cuts”

Majors compete to become competitive

While many students are anxiously awaiting their acceptance letters from the UW, they may face an even tougher application process later, when it comes time to declare a major. On Friday, the Faculty Council on Academic Standards (FCAS) met in Gerberding Hall and discussed the desire of many departments to shift their majors from openContinue reading “Majors compete to become competitive”