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March 3, 2021

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Move-in days expected to slow traffic

Numerous campus area streets will be closed to accommodate the more than 7,500 students who will be moving in to residence halls. The big move-in days are Sunday, Aug. 28; Tuesday, Aug. 30; Wednesday, Aug. 31; and Thursday, Sept. 1. Students can move in anytime after 8 a.m. Traffic around all residence halls will be extremely busy on these days and all lots near residence halls will be used for temporary unloading. University staff will help direct traffic. Details on street closings.  
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Bus passes, parking permits still can be ordered

Bus passes and various parking permits for UW and UW Health employees are still available for ordering. UW employee bus passes cost $24. UW Health pays for their employees' bus passes. Both groups can order their 2016-17 passes online or by visiting a Transportation Services office. New passes go into effect on Sept. 1, so be sure to keep your current pass and use it through the end of August. In addition to bus passes, you can also purchase the following products from Transportation Services online: Base Lot Permit (for those who have applied and been offered a permit); Park and Ride Permit; Afternoon/Night/Weekend permit; Motorcycle Permit; and Moped Permit.  
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New vice chancellor welcomed to campus

Laurent Heller started Aug. 15 as vice chancellor for finance and administration. Heller was assistant vice chancellor, financial planning and analysis, at the University of California, Berkeley. UW-Madison’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration is responsible for the overall supervision of the university’s financial and administrative functions, including budget, facilities planning, business services and some student services. In his first week, Heller introduced himself to staff with a letter saying he's "proud and excited" to be joining UW-Madison.
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Course offers details on retirement saving plan

Are you on track saving for your future? The "TSA 403(b) Basics" workshop is intended for new investors and those not yet in the UW Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) Program. It will help you understand the basics of investing and what to look for when you choose your investments. The one-hour class is offered on Sept. 21, Oct. 25, Nov. 15 and Dec. 6, at 21 N. Park St., room 1108. Details and Registration.
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