Taking Charge of your Health
If you think college means too little sleep, too much junk food, not enough exercise and ignoring your well-being, we’ve got news for you.
Taking care of yourself is as important as taking care of your studies. That’s why we make it easy for students to stay active, eat healthy and access needed health and wellness services.
Just you wait – it’s going to be great.
The Madison College Fitness Center is closed for renovations until January 2022. But when it reopens you may not want to stop working out – just imagine how fit you’ll be.
Membership is included for students enrolled in college-level degree credit classes and include access to:
- Basketball Courts
- Cardio equipment
- Strength training equipment and free weights
- Group fitness classes
- Showers, locker rooms and locker rentals
The Fitness Center, locker rooms and gymnasium are all located in the main building on the Truax Campus.
Student Health Clinic
The Student Health Clinic is available to all Madison College students enrolled in a college-level degree credit class and many services are available with no out-of-pocket costs.
The Clinic, staffed by Group Health Cooperative (GHC), treats many common conditions such as allergies, ear or eye issues, injuries, stitches, X-Rays, infections and more.
Students with a GHC Number can schedule an appointment by calling 608.441.3220.
Students without a GHC number should call 608.251.4138 to enroll.
The Clinic is located on the first floor of the Main Building on the Truax Campus, room 151A.
Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Dental Hygiene Clinic
Open to students and the public. Services, which are performed by dental hygiene students under the supervision of instructors, include cleanings and deep cleanings, X-Rays, fluoride treatments, oral cancer exams and oral care instruction. Each visit has a $35 fee.
The Dental Hygiene Clinic is located in room 151 of the Truax Campus Health Education Building.
Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., by appointment
To book an appointment, call 608.258.2400
We’re making our reopening plans for both our optical dispensary and vision screening services. Once we do reopen, students can purchase glasses from our Optical Dispensary which is staffed by students studying to be optometric technicians.
We also offer free vision screening for students, staff and the public.
The Optometric Clinic is located in room 271 of the Truax Campus Health Education Building.
Check back for reopening plans and hours.
Student Food Pantries
Madison College operates the Cupboard Student Food Pantries for those students facing food insecurity.
Each student may receive a pre-packaged 10-pound bag of food once per week. Students making their first visit to the Cupboard Food Pantry will be asked to fill out an information request form.
Pick-ups are currently being conducted as a drive-up service at the Truax and Goodman South Campuses.