Student Clubs and Organizations

Get to know others who share your interest and learn more about your chosen field of study at one of the many Madison College organizations funded by your student fees.

You might also be interested in one of more than 60 Madison College campus clubs. When you are active in campus clubs, you have the opportunity to attend conferences and social events, participate in various competitions or community service projects, and develop leadership and career skills. These activities can also be a great resume builder. Facts show that students that are involved in their college tend to get higher grades and have a greater chance of finishing their degrees!

Check out The LINK after logging in to your myMadisonCollege account for more information.

Executive Leadership Team

The Executive Leadership Team (ELT) is a representative body for all Madison College clubs. ELT offers programs and resources that encourage fellowship within the club system and the individual clubs. If you are interested in being an ELT member, you must be a member of a Madison College club. There are also stipend-based officer positions (listed below) that get paid up to $400 per semester for their work.

  • President
  • VP of Leadership
  • VP of Fellowship
  • VP of Service
  • VP of Public Relations
  • VP of Finance
  • Office Manager
  • General Members (any student that is a member of a club)

ELT is located in room A2020 on the Truax campus. Call (608) 246-6797 or email clubs@madisoncollege.edu to connect with a representative.

Starting a Club
  1. Download the Starting a New Club packet.
  2. Secure an advisor and complete the advising agreement. Follow the Advisor Tips and Guidelines to find an advisor and fill out the Advising Agreement. For more information, download the club guidelines.
  3. Recruit members. In order to be a formal club you must have at least 10 student members taking at least one one-credit class. Review the Madison College Posting Procedures included in the Club Handbook before posting items on campus announcing your plans to start a club. New clubs have 60 days from the date that the intent to register form is submitted to recruit members and submit registration paperwork.
  4. Select officers and begin holding executive and general meetings.
  5. Identify local or national affiliations your club may be interested in obtaining.

 

Club Annual Renewal

Registered clubs must renew their registration at the beginning of every academic year