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Published on Mar 14, 2013
Differential tuition adds value to a UW-Madison undergraduate engineering education in a variety of ways. It gives more students access to spots in high-demand courses. It enables instructors to implement teaching tools, practices and technology that help students learn the material more deeply. It offers students team-based hands-on design opportunities and access to laboratories and shops with state-of-the-art instrumentation and equipment. And it provides students an unparalleled suite of student services, from academic and career advising to approximately 55 student organizations in which to participate. All told, these are among the facets that make a UW-Madison education unique—and UW-Madison engineering students among those employers seek as immediate contributors and future leaders in their companies.