Adminsitration Uses Threat of “Mandatory Charge” To Coax Students Into Online Courses

Freshman, transfers and incoming students alike were presented with three online classes to take at the beginning of this school year. There are two courses to the requirement. One, on alcohol and marijuana use, and another on rape and consent. Each course has multiple sections to it and each course was supposed to take approximately 90 minutes both. While there was a variety of reactions to these online courses from the student body, about 98 percent still completed the programs. On Aug. 1, new students to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens…

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