Madison College Campus Plans
Madison College is committed to providing a safe space for all students, faculty and staff.
Our policies reflect the utmost consideration of health and safety guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and local health officials. These policies are subject to change in the event those guidelines evolve.
Coming to Campus
Face coverings are optional.
It is up to you. Respect the decisions of others to wear a face covering or not. Madison College is a harassment and discrimination free space.
Keep a safe distance.
Be mindful of others’ personal space and preferences. Elbow bumps are a great alternative to handshakes.
Do not come to campus if you’re experiencing any COVID symptoms, even if you’re vaccinated.
Stay home. Get tested.
COVID symptoms include:
- Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
- Repeated shaking with chills
- Runny nose or new sinus congestion
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New gastrointestinal symptoms
- New loss of taste or smell
We update the COVID Dashboard each week with cases reported to Madison College.
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Additional COVID Resources
- Public Health Madison and Dane County COVID information
- Columbia County Public Health COVID information
- Dodge County Public Health COVID information
- Jefferson County Health Department COVID information
- Marquette County Health Department COVID information
- Sauk County Public Health COVID information
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID information
Find testing site information at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
For questions or concerns related to COVID protocol, contact us at:
Covid-19 and other infectious diseases and viruses are active in our local communities. While Madison College cannot guarantee that our campus is free of infectious disease, with everyone working together we can reduce the risk of transmission of these diseases within our community. We have adopted rules that are designed to reduce the risk of transmission of these diseases and viruses on campus. The rules are based on guidance and recommendations from state and local health experts and authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control, and more. We take the safety of our students, faculty and staff seriously. Failure to comply with the rules may lead to disciplinary action up to and including exclusion from campus. Questions about the rules should be directed to Geraldo VilaCruz PhD., Dean of Students, 608.243.4555 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your cooperation.