University of Wisconsin System officials are pursuing a plan to merge the state’s two-year UW Colleges with its four-year institutions, turning the 13 small schools into branch campuses of the larger universities.
The wide-ranging restructuring plan System President Ray Cross announced Wednesday would also bring UW Extension programs under new administration.
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The University of Wisconsin System's 13 two-year colleges would merge next summer with UW's four-year institutions, under a proposal System leaders announced Wednesday.
Wisconsin's two-year UW Colleges are set to become branch campuses of nearby four-year universities by the start of 2018 school year.
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