MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A new University of Wisconsin System analysis shows system President Jay Rothman’s plan to increase tuition, fees and room and board costs would drive up student expenses as much as 5.4% next year. The system released a campus-by-campus breakdown Friday of the plan’s impact. The analysis shows resident undergraduates at UW-River Falls would see the biggest cost increase at 5.4%. UW-Madison resident undergraduates would see the smallest increase at 3%. The Board of Regents is expected to vote on the cost increases at meetings March 30 and March 31 at UW-Stout.