News

Instructor warns of bogus eclipse glasses

Madison College astronomy instructor Dixie Burns tells eclipse watchers to be sure they have proper eclipse viewing glasses. In an...

Student Services will reduce hours for Convocation

All student services offices at all Madison College campuses will be closed on Tuesday, August 22 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. for...

College welcomes first Scholars of Promise

More than 200 students and their parents attended the welcome reception for the inaugural cohort of Scholars of Promise, a new...

Events

Dance Wisconsin New Works Performance

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1017 - Mitby Theater Saturday, October 7, 2017, 7:30 – 9:30pm Event Name: Dance...

MC Perf. Arts presents The Adams Family

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1017 - Mitby Theater Friday, November 3, 2017, 7:30 – 10pm Event Name: MC Perf....

MC Perf. Arts presents The Adams Family

Truax-Main Building - Rm A1017 - Mitby Theater Friday, November 3, 2017, 7:30 – 10pm Event Name: MC Perf....

Athletics

WolfPack softball to play Alumni Game in September

As part of their 2017 Fall schedule, the Madison College softball team is inviting all former players to join them Sunday,...

Madison College to host Championship Night of Roy Boone Summer Pro-Am

Madison College and the WolfPack men's basketball team will host the Roy Boone Summer Pro-Am (or Roy Boone Summer League)...

Madison College women’s basketball to welcome six-member Class of 2017

Second-year head women's basketball coach Lois Heeren has announced a six-member incoming Class of 2017 for the WolfPack. Madison...

Madison College Minute

Nationwide, only 3.5 percent of fire professionals are female. That number jumps to 14 percent for police officers, but there are still few role models for girls interested in protective services careers. A Madison College fire service instructor is helping to change that. She has created a unique hands-on camp that’s developing future female heroes.

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