In-Person Service Appointments

Due to COVID-19, we encourage current and prospective students to access virtual appointment support via phone or video conferencing (WebEx) whenever possible. Advisors, coaches, counselors and specialists are here to support and assist you in reaching your educational goals.  

For students unable to access virtual support, we will offer limited in-person student services during the month of August. Pre-registration with your preferred campus location is required. Service times at the Truax Campus are offered during a staggered 4 hour window to maximize student support opportunities. Therefore, students may experience a wait, as services are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Please plan for a 2-3 hour visit.

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Staff will be available to assist you with:

  • Applying for admission and financial aid
  • Testing for course placement
  • Exploring career/academic options
  • Advising on fall enrollment
  • Registration support
  • Student ID card photo and printing

Truax Campus
Register for in-person assistance or call (608) 246-6076 if you need assistance. 
If you will need assistance from more than one service area, please make your appointment earlier in the day so there is enough time to accommodate your needs. If you need to take a placement test, be sure to choose a session with testing to ensure availability.

Goodman South Campus
Call (608) 243-4200 or email

Watertown Campus
Call 920-206-8000 or email

Fort Atkinson Campus
Call 920-568-7200 or email

Reedsburg Campus
Call 608-524-7800 or email

Portage Campus
Call 608-745-3100 or email

Safety protocols for individuals accessing limited in-person student services during the month of August:

  • Cloth face coverings are required for all visitors while in campus buildings
  • Social distancing practices must be followed
  • Access is limited to the student and one support person (if needed)
  • A health screening survey must be completed by all individuals prior to entering campus buildings
  • Frequent hand-washing or use of hand sanitizer is encouraged

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 expect that all students, staff and faculty will become familiar with the rules and comply with them as part of an overall effort to make our campus as safe as possible. 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 / sends e-mail) (students and guests) OR sends e-mail). Thank you for your cooperation.