Wisconsin Student Government

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Wisconsin Legislative Meeting Pictures!



Wisconsin Student Government (WSG) is comprised of student representatives from the 16 Wisconsin Technical College System technical college districts in the State of Wisconsin. WSG is organized as a 501(c)(6) organization under tax codes of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and is a nonpartisan organization.

Our Beliefs

Wisconsin Student Government believes that education is a right.

Wisconsin Student Government supports the rights of any person to receive an affordable public education.

Wisconsin Student Government represents and advocates for WSG students at the local, state, and national levels for the purpose of communication and educational involvement. We shall use our democratic rights through the cooperation of members to further the promotion of the WTCS.

2021-2022 WSG Positions

1. WSG supports an investment of $160,000 over the next biennium to provide grants to each technical college for the creation of open educational resources (OER) which may be utilized by all colleges within the Wisconsin Technical College system to reduce the cost of textbooks which can help defray student debt.
2. WSG supports to amend Wisconsin law (Wis. Stat. 36.31) to readily allow all WTCS colleges to offer Associate of Arts/Associate of Science degrees. Currently only 5* of the 16 WTCS colleges are able to offer these degrees. Removing this restriction will expand educational opportunities for non-traditional students as well as persons of color throughout the state, combat declining enrollments in higher education and enable more Wisconsin students and student veterans access financial aid. *The five colleges are: Chippewa Valley, Madison, Milwaukee, Nicolet and Western.
3. WSG supports an increase of $11.8 million GPR in each year of the biennium to increase the average WTCS Wisconsin Grant award to $1,100 and to expand the pool of eligible students to those enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. Along with the increase of the grant award, WSG supports the replacement of the 10 semester and six-year caps with a maximum credit limit of 128 hours. This aligns with the Wisconsin GI Bill eligibility limit.



Legislative Seminar, Madison Concourse in Madison – Brian Miller

February 20, 2022 @ 8:00 am - February 22, 2022 @ 5:00 pm

Brian Miller is a magician turned top-rated international speaker on human connection, perspectives, and understanding.
Brian delivers engaging, highly interactive, and jaw-dropping
programs. His talks inspire business and social success by teaching
us how to connect with anyone.

His book Three New People was called “a brilliant system for
deepening relationships” by Publishers Weekly.
That combined with his background as a magician and his mastery of
storytelling makes Brian’s presentations captivating, often the top-
rated session of the event.