More than 3,000 College of Engineering graduates and their guests filled the Kohl Center for the inaugural College of Engineering Commencement ceremony May 17, 2014. Congratulations to all of our engineering graduates! And watch for details about the 2015 commencement.
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.