LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - UW-La Crosse students got the chance to air their grievances with their chancellor.
They met at the Cartwright Center Tuesday to talk about issues affecting the campus.
It gave them a chance to ask questions about how the university is running and give suggestions for improvement.
Chancellor Joe Gow also used the time to talk about future plans for the UW System and future building projects on campus. "Well, you know we'll soon break ground on our new student center, and that project will take two years. And then also you know, later in the year, maybe early next calendar year, break ground on our Cowley science building. Those are two very important projects for our campus," said Gow.
The school is also looking at possibly adding a new residence hall and updating Wittich Hall in the near future.
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