- UW–Madison and the State Budget — Provides ongoing news, context and other information on the budget process
- State Budget Toolkit — The UW–Madison state budget toolkit covers the basics of the 2019-2021 state budget, including the process, the requests from UW–Madison and UW System, details on how you can get involved and important resources.
- UW System Overview of State of Wisconsin Biennial Budget Process — Outline of budget cycle process
- Budget in Brief — Illustrates UW–Madison’s revenue sources and how they are distributed. Provides information about funding sources, expenditures, student financial aid, fund balances, and the university’s economic impact.
- Data Digest — comprehensive quantitative information on the major dimensions of the UW–Madison, including students, faculty, staff, and budget
Staying informed and aware is key to your advocacy efforts. UW–Madison aims to share the work of the university in many ways.
- Get the message from the top. UW Chancellor Rebecca Blank shares perspective on issues, challenges, and opportunities for the university. Sign up to receive her blog, Blank’s Slate.
- Know the university’s unique story. UW–Madison has made it our mission to benefit all citizens of the Badger state. Learn how UW–Madison is Working for Wisconsin.
- The Wisconsin Alumni Association® has a dedicated group working to create a public dialogue about the importance of higher education in our state and generate support for UW–Madison. Learn more about these efforts.
In addition to supporting the university as public citizens, many at UW–Madison bolster the image of the university through outreach. Each day, members of our campus community extend the knowledge, expertise, and resources of campus through outreach activities held throughout the state.
Read more about statewide outreach activities.
Track and add “statewide outreach” activities to the UW Events calendar.
There are many ways to be an advocate for UW–Madison. As state employees, faculty and staff follow guidelines regarding advocacy. A general rule of thumb is advocacy activities must be done separately from work time or work locations, and employees must use only personal resources. Learn more about guidance for UW employees.