TAA’s Fall Fee-st on Nov 15th

TAA’s Fall Fee-st! Curious about  the TAA? Wondering about the TAA’s effort to eliminate mandatory fees? Interested in sharing a meal with your fellow graduate students? Then please join us on Thursday, November 15th, 5:00-7:30pm in Education Building, Room 359 for fun, food, fellowship, and fee remission! The TAA will provide turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and vegetables, and…

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Resolution on Mandatory Fees to be presented at the Oct 31 ASM Student Council meeting and the Nov 5 Faculty Senate meeting.

Resolution to be presented at the Oct 31 ASM Student Council meeting and the Nov 5 Faculty Senate meeting. In March and April 2018, graduate workers protested UW-Madison’s decision to change the mandatory fees payment schedule without the input of graduates. This decision would have required graduates to pay their fees before receiving their first…

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GAs Mobilize to Save Fee Payment Flexibility

On Thursday March 22, over one hundred graduate workers and allies turned out to Bascom Hall to demand that UW–Madison administrators create a new mandatory fee payment policy which retains the current payment flexibility and lessens the financial burden on graduate employees by substantially remitting segregated fees. Current policy allows graduate workers the accumulation of three…

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TAA Executive Board: New UW-Madison Segregated Fee Policy Inadequate

Earlier this week, the UW–Madison Bursar Office posted a new policy for how Graduate Assistants pay their segregated fees. The Teaching Assistants’ Association Executive Board recognizes that this policy puts fees first and graduate workers second. While respecting the demand that no fee payment be due before our first paycheck, it does not relieve the…

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