At the Watertown Campus, you can earn an associate degree, a technical diploma, a certificate or a liberal arts transfer degree.
The campus also offers general degree requirements for a wide range of other programs, allowing Watertown-area students the convenience of completing those courses locally.
Student Support Services
A variety of services are available on campus to support student success.
Students attending any Madison College campus can stop by the Watertown campus to pick up textbook orders, make payments, submit paperwork or complete testing.
On campus, Discovery Academy offers students in the Watertown Unified School District alternative pathways to a high school diploma, including GED Option 2 (GEDO2) and Competency Based programs.
The campus also partners with the community in many other ways, including the Watertown Scholarship Program which was founded in 1991 and has awarded over $420,000 in scholarships through donations from the Watertown community.
For local business and industry, customized training is available in a variety of areas, including:
- Leadership development
- Business and technical skills
- Continuous Improvement, project management and supply chain
- Incident management and public safety
Community enrichment courses are also offered on a wide range of topics, such as Microsoft Office, CPR, conversational Spanish and creative writing.
In addition to the classroom and lab space, the campus has a library, Writing Center, Student Achievement Center and Adult Learning Center. Healthcare lab spaces are designed to replicate clinical environments and offer in-demand career training using state-of-the-art patient simulators and equipment.
The campus also offers inside meeting space including a multi-purpose room with seating for up to 70 people, along with 9 acres of outdoor green space, all available for community use.