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Video versions of the UW-Madison College of Engineering annual report, as well as of content featured in the report.
Unlike "regular" UW-Madison tuition, differential tuition "follows" each engineering student into the the UW-Madison College of Engineering, where the funding benefits students in a variety of ways. For example, it supports increased technology use in the classroom, expanded course enrollments or additional sections in high-demand courses, upgrades in undergraduate labs in several engineering departments, and student services such as advising and the Student Leadership Center. Differential tuition enables the college to provide a high-quality learning experience and engineering education to meet 21st-century needs. It aims to increase the number of engineering graduates annually while reducing bottlenecks that inhibit students from graduating on time.