Concerns and Complaints

With the transition to remote learning, Madison College would like to reinforce that rules, code of conduct, and behavioral expectations for on-campus learning and working apply to the virtual environment as well. Any concerns about inappropriate or threatening statements, actions, and behaviors can be reported and adjudicated in the same manner as on-campus infractions.  The difference will be that what might have been handled in a face-to-face appointment will be dealt with via e-mail, phone or a virtual conference. Instructors and administrators will continue to address inappropriate, concerning, or disruptive behavior early on, and maintain necessary documentation. 

Madison College is committed to allowing the entire campus community to give input and feedback regarding any part of their experience. Please use the following resources.   

To report situations where students are behaving in a manner that could be considered unruly, threatening or bizarre, submit a referral to our Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

For emergency situations, call 911 and our Public Safety Services at 608-245-2222. 

Madison College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, creed, marital status or lack of English skills in admissions or participation