Academic Information Session
Academic Information Sessions have replaced the New Student Information Sessions.
Your first step is to select your Madison College program. For more information about selecting a program check out our career exploration options
Once you've decided on your program of choice, an Academic Information Session would be your next step.
At Academic Information Sessions you’ll meet with an academic advisor to learn about your program including:
- Admission Requirements
- Online Learning Options
- Part-time Options
- Transfer Pathways
You’ll also learn how your advisor will work with you from your program’s orientation all the way through graduation or transfer.
And don’t miss out on all the other ways that you can learn more about becoming a Madison College student:
PLEASE NOTE: Madison College advisors do not do transfer credit evaluations.
WHICH ACADEMIC INFORMATION SESSION IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Because sessions are based on the school your program is housed out of, it’s important for you to get to the right session based on your program of interest. The registration form will have a complete listing of all programs for that particular school or you can search for your program online, the name of the school is on the left-hand side of the page.
School of Arts and Sciences (Transfer):
For students who want to start at Madison College then transfer out to another college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree or higher. Also known as the 'transfer' program.
School of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology (ASET):
Includes programs in the automotive and diesel fields, civil, mechanical and electrical engineering options as well as industrial programs like automated manufacturing and welding.
School of Business and Applied Arts (BAA):
Includes business cluster programs like accounting and business management, information technology programs as well as our applied arts programs like animation, graphic design and visual communications.
School of Health:
Includes nursing, physical therapy assistant, radiography, surgical technologist, medical assistant, dental hygiene/assistant and therapeutic massage.
School of Human and Protective Services (HPS):
Includes fire protection, criminal justice, early childhood education and human services associate.
Admissions Process - To complete a degree, diploma or certificate, you must begin by submitting an admission application.
Directions and Parking - Learn how to get to our campuses and where to park.
Group Tour Request - for 10 or more individuals in grades 6 through 12 are available throughout the school year. Group tour content and schedules can be customized to meet your needs.