Contact

Enrollment Center


Truax A1000
Enrollment Center
1701 Wright Street
Madison WI 53704

CALL: (608) 246-6210 or (800) 322-6282 (deaf/hh: use 711 relay)
FAX: (608) 243-4353
Email

HOURS:

Phone
Monday - Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Wednesday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

In-person
Monday - Thursday: 8:15 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Term Start Extended Hours:
Tuesday, Jan. 17 – Thursday, Jan. 19
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.



Advising and Transfer Services


1701 Wright Street
Madison WI 53704 

Downtown D116
(608) 258-2300

Fort Atkinson 117
Main Office
(920) 568-7200

Portage 100
Main Office
(608) 745-3100

Reedsburg 128
Main Office
(608) 524-7800

TRUAX C1450
(608) 246-6076

Watertown 128
Main Office
(920) 206-8000

Email

HOURS:
Monday - Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Term Start Extended Hours:
Tuesday, January 17 – Thursday, January 19
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Hours may vary by location. Please call a campus for more information.



School of Health Education


Health Education Building 103
1705 Hoffman Street
Madison WI 53704

CALL: (608) 246-6065 or (800) 322-6282 ext. 6065
Email

HOURS:
Monday - Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Petition Requirements

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Students interested in completing a School of Health Education program at Madison College must start by applying for admission to their desired program. Qualified applicants will be admitted in a pre-petition status and should review the Start of Semester Checklist to prepare for the first day of classes at MATC.

After being admitted in a pre-petition status, students are then selected for entry into core program courses through the Petition Process. For a visual representation of the process, review the Petition Process Flow Chart (PDF, 181 KB).

Students who are still on a waitlist for a School of Health Education program or the Veterinary Technician program after the Spring 2018 term will have to follow the petition process. 

Applicants are responsible for submitting official high school transcripts, college transcripts, or test scores that show completion of the below requirements. Coursework must be completed or in-progress prior to beginning the petition process.

Admission and petition requirements are subject to change; please review the requirements prior to submitting your application or petition.

  1. Prerequisite Requirements

    It is recommended to complete prerequisite requirements first as they can improve success in and may be required to register for the course requirements.

    If fulfilling any of the prerequisite requirements with courses completed in high school, college, or at Madison College, a grade of C or better is required. A grade of C- will not be accepted.

    Algebra

    Students must demonstrate algebra competency in one of the following ways:

    1. Test Scores: Minimum test score must be from September 1, 2013 to present:

    • ACT Math 20+
    • ACCUPLACER (Elementary Algebra) 65+
    • COMPASS (Algebra) 40+
    • ATI-TEAS (formerly TEAS-V) Math 63.3%+
       

    2. Courses: Madison College courses that satisfy this requirement are:

    • Elementary Algebra with Apps (10834110)
    • College Math (10804107)
    • Mathematical Reasoning (10804134)
    • Applied Math for Chemistry (77854756)
       

    3. Educational Experience

    • Bachelor's degree or higher in a related biological science


    Chemistry

    Students must demonstrate chemistry competency in one of the following ways:

    1. One year of high school chemistry with lab components; high school chemistry classes must be college-preparatory

    2. One semester of college-level chemistry with lab components. Madison College courses that satisfy this requirement are:

    • General Chemistry (10806134) or higher
    • Liberal Arts Chemistry (20806200)

    Note:  Chemistry for the Community or similar classes do not satisfy this requirement.

    Biology

    Students must demonstrate biology competency in one of the following ways:

    1. One year of high school biology with lab components

    2. One semester of college-level biology with lab components. Madison College courses that satisfy this requirement are:

    • General Anatomy & Physiology (20806206) or higher


    Geometry

    Students must demonstrate the geometry competency in one of the following ways:

    1. One year of high school geometry

    2. One semester of college-level geometry. Madison College courses that satisfy this requirement are:

    • Principles of Geometry (20804200)


    English and Reading

    Students must demonstrate English and reading competency in one of the following ways:

    1. Test Scores: Minimum test score from September 1, 2013 to present:

    • English competency – Students may demonstrate English competency in one of the following ways:
      • ACT English 17+
      • COMPASS English 69+
      • ACCUPLACER Write 5+ and ACCUPLACER Sentence 86+
      • ATI-TEAS (formerly TEAS-V) English/Language Usage 60%+
         
    • Reading Competency - Students may demonstrate the Reading competency in one of the following ways:
      • ACT Reading 18+
      • COMPASS Reading 80+
      • ACCUPLACER Reading 80+
      • ATI-TEAS (formerly TEAS-V) Reading 69%+
         

    2. Courses: Madison College courses that satisfy this requirement are:

    • Written Communication (10801195) or higher
    • English 1 (20801201) or higher
    • College Reading Strategies (10808101) AND Intro to College Writing (10831103)
       

    3. Educational Experience

    • Bachelor's degree or higher
  2. Course Requirements

    After completing the prerequisite requirements students should complete the course requirements. Completion of the prerequisite and course requirements can improve success in the testing requirement.

    A grade of C or better is required, and a grade of C- will not be accepted.

    • General Anatomy and Physiology (20806206) or Anatomy and Physiology 1&2 (20806207/20806208)
    • General, Organic & Biological Chemistry (20806201)
    • Microbiology (20806273) or General Microbiology (20806274)
  3. Testing Requirements

    Completion of the prerequisite and course requirements can improve success in the testing requirement, therefore students should complete the prerequisite and course requirements prior to testing.

    Students must be able to demonstrate academic readiness by:

    Composite Test Score from September 1, 2013 to present:

    • ATI-TEAS (formerly TEAS-V): composite score 58.7%+
    • ACT: composite score 20+
  4. Petition Workshop

    Students should have all prerequisite, course, and testing requirements complete or in progress when attending a petition workshop.

    Students should attend a petition workshop for the year petitioning. The workshops will provide additional insight into the program as well as support students with the petition process. Students that have been admitted in a pre-petition status will receive information on attending a petition workshop prior to the petition window.

  5. Petition

    The status of the petition requirements on the academic requirements report will determine completion of the petition requirements. Completion will be identified by transfer credit, test scores, final grades, or an in-progress enrollment status. Review the Petition Process for additional details on how and when to petition.

  6. After Petitioning

    The following items are required for students who have completed the petition process and have been selected for entry into core program courses; further instructions will be provided to these students.

    • Healthcare Provider CPR Certification
    • Health Screening Form
    • Background Information Disclosure Form