Whether you get in a fender bender or just need supplies for a do-it-yourself project, Madison College can help with your automotive needs. Our auto collision services at the Truax campus are open to our students, staff and the general community.

auto collision student painting a car fender

Madison College’s Auto Collision Repair and Refinish program accepts vehicle repair projects on a limited basis from staff, students and members of the general community. Collision Repair students perform all repairs to industry standards of safety and quality under the guidance of Madison College’s seasoned program staff. Repair time varies depending on the project, but it can take one to four weeks. Customers must be able to leave their vehicles at the Truax campus for the duration of repairs. Madison College is unable to provide ride services or alternate transportation for customers. The program reserves the right to accept or decline any collision repair service request based on the needs of the program and guidelines set forth by the Auto Collision Repair Advisory Committee.

Types of Repairs

Collision repair projects accepted into the Collision Repair Program must meet the following requirements:

  • Late-model vehicles, no more than 10 years old, with some exceptions
  • Isolated damage on one to three body panels or areas of the vehicle (e.g., bumper, fender, door, hood, roof, quarter panel)
  • Frame damage, with some exceptions

We do NOT perform these types of repairs:

  • Rust repair
  • Restoration
  • Complete repaint  (color change)
  • Paint delamination
  • Media and/or sandblasting
  • Window tinting

How to Request Collision Repair Service

Please provide this information to collisionrepair@madisoncollege.edu or 608.246.6839 for further information or to schedule an in-person estimate appointment.

  • Vehicle year, make, model and trim
  • Vehicle identification number (VIN)
  • Type(s) and location of damage
  • Photographs of the whole vehicle and the damaged areas