Madison College offers some unique resources for students on campus! Check out some of our highlighted options below:
Student ID/Onecard: Your student id serves not only as id, but also earns you 10% off purchases at campus dining facilities, serves as your library card, gives you access to the campus shuttle bus, and more.
WisCAMP Scholars Program: Supports underrepresented minority students who plan to transfer from Madison College to four year colleges or universities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to complete baccalaureate degrees. The program is for full-time students and includes mentoring support, internship opportunities, and an annual stipend.
Writing Center: Offers assistance with written assignments. Free 30-60 minute sessions can be set up online or in person, during which your tutor will help highlight areas for growth.
Book a study room: Students can book a study room for group or private study in the Student Achievement Center.
Tutoring: Added support is available free of charge for students in the Student Achievement Center. Welcome desk staff at the Student Achievement Center can help you get set up.
Supplemental Instruction: Supplemental Instruction is offered at no charge for classes which are considered traditionally difficult. This gives students the opportunity to work with classmates and the SI Peer Leader on course content. Ask your instructor whether your course has SI.
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- Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Money saving resources:
Free software: Such as Microsoft Office, Adobe, and more, are available for download.
Electronic devices: Available for checkout or use in campus library services
Emergency funding: Sometimes available to students who are struggling financially due to unforeseen circumstances. Available only once, and only for specific expenses (utilities, housing/rent, food/meals, medical/dental, auto, bus pass, childcare, or gas). Students must apply and meet with an adviser.
Campus Shuttle: Madison College offers a free campus shuttle between campuses for all students with a Onecard
Student Health Services: Madison College offers health clinic services for issues such as immunizations, allergies, cold & flu symptoms, ear or eye problems, minor sprains/strains, skin concerns, stomach upset, or burning/stinging with urination
Mother’s Resources: Madison College offers social media and group support for mothers, as well as rooms for expressing milk
Mindfulness Practice: Offered for students & community members
Counseling Services: Offered for free for Madison College students, include conflict management, personal counseling, crisis counseling, and more.
Child and Family Center: The Madison College Child & Family center serves children ages 2-5, open to students & staff at Madison College. Rates are determined on a sliding scale based on income. A 4k program is also available at no cost to families.
This list of careers matches up common career options with the programs & certificates Madison College offers.
The Career & Employment Resource Center offers support to students considering career options. Check out the helpful resources on their website, or contact the center to make an appointment.
Madison College’s Graduate Employment Report includes data on careers and salaries of Madison College alumni by degree type and program.
Take this Career Interest Questionnaire , which will help to match up your interests & personality traits with career options. This is a good way to determine what type of career might make you happy.
Register for a Career Planning Workshop for individualized support in exploring careers.
Other career events include employer visits, net Saturday, and part-time job fairs.
Career Counseling services help students explore careers they will be passionate about.