We are here for you.
Here is how you can access help from us during the fall semester:
Below you will find different ways to get involved even during these unprecedented times. Please click on the links that you are interested in finding out more about and you will get information on how to do so virtually!
We guarantee kindness and safety in mind as we navigate the new normal. Learn more about our health and safety plans for the fall semester.
Madison College offers a wide range of options for getting involved in student life. You can choose from more than 60 clubs and student groups, join an intramural sports team, or even go on service learning trip.
Becoming involved in student activities is a great way to meet new friends with similar interests, develop your leadership skills, expand your horizons and ease the transition into college. You will feel more connected to the college, learn about the resources Madison College provides, and develop knowledge, skills and experiences that will help you in college and beyond.
For more information about student involvement opportunities at Madison College, contact the Center for Student Life at (608) 246-6224.
Art & Media
With eight intercollegiate sports and a wide variety of intramural offerings, student-athletes can find ways to be involved at Madison College. Most degree credit students have free access to the college to the Madison College Fitness Center.
A variety of service learning opportunities are available to all Madison College students through the Volunteer Center, including regular alternative break trips during winter and spring break. Volunteering is a great way to help others.
Clubs and Student Organizations
The Center for Student Life has more than 60 clubs available and several student organizations. Whether you're into music, movies, politics or social activities, there's a place for you in Student Life.
Diversity and Multicultural Programming
Student Life and the Center for International Education offer multicultural programs ranging from Study Abroad options to United Common Ground, a student-led organization that focuses on multiculturalism and contemporary issues.