General campus information, directions and document drop-off services at the Truax Welcome Center are provided during service hours. For hours and directions by campus location, visit the Campus and Location Information web page.
Future students are encouraged to attend a Jump Start Information Session for assistance with the program application process, admission requirements, funding education and transitioning into college. For guidance on choosing the right career path or program for you, consider attending a Career Planning Workshop.
Whether you want to take a credit course that may count toward a degree, or a non-credit course for fun or personal enrichment, you can create an account and register for classes at Madison College. Use any of these four ways to register.
Financial aid—including federal and state grants, loans, scholarships and Federal Work Study opportunities—are available for qualified students who are enrolled in six or more credits and active in a qualified associate degree, transfer or technical diploma program. View the Financial Aid Application Process to get started.
Madison College provides a fast and secure online transcript ordering service available to our students and alumni 24/7. Students can print unofficial transcripts from the myMadisonCollege Student Center. Visit the Transcript Requests web page for more information.
The student's record is confidential and is not released from the college except by proper authorization from the student. Visit the Student Records web page for information on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), and Enrollment/Degree Verifications.
Students and applicants interested in receiving transfer credit for courses previously taken at other institutions may refer to the Transfer Credit web page for more information and access to the Transfer Credit Evaluation Request form. Students seeking to use transfer coursework to fulfill admissions requirements and/or class pre-requisities should submit official documentation (transcripts and/or test scores) prior to the admissions deadline and/or attempting to register.
Madison College Veterans Services provides veterans and their families access to information on veterans resources, assistance with determining eligibility for federal or state veterans benefits, support with making the transition to civilian life and referrals to Madison College and/or agency resources to help students meet educational and career goals.
We offer over twenty step-by-step tutorials covering admissions, financial aid, student record, payments, and other online, self-service processes. For a complete listing of our self-service and Student Center tutorials, visit the Tutorials web page.
The Enrollment Center provides access to hundreds of external scholarships from private organizations and donors via askMadisonCollege. View "How do I use askMadisonCollege to search for scholarships?" for instructions on how to search for scholarships.The Madison College Foundation also offers new and continuing program student scholarships each semester.
Online, anytime: Students, don’t wait in line, get myAnswers! Log into myMadisonCollege, select the 'Go to myAnswers' link and submit your question. Or, search for answers to frequently asked questions through askMadisonCollege.
By phone: (608) 246-6210
In-person: For an in-person, 10 minute session with Enrollment Service staff, sign in at the Enrollment Center Truax campus: Monday – Thursday 8:15a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Friday 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
By mail: Enrollment Center, Madison Area Technical College, 1701 Wright Street, Madison, WI 53704-2599