Due to inclement weather, the Reedsburg and Portage campuses will remain closed on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Alondra Reyes Ponce, a Madison College student, was among the recipients of the Wisconsin Job Honor Awards, an initiative aimed at recognizing Wisconsinites who have overcome barriers to employment.
A Mexican immigrant, Reyes Ponce became homeless while in high school. School officials recommended Middle College, a dual credit program at Madison College designed to nurture, academically challenged students at risk of not meeting their potential in traditional high school. She completed an internship at UW Health Dialysis Clinic and after graduating from Middle College and high school, was hired as a dialysis technician trainee.
Reyes Ponce is continuing her studies and aspires to become a pediatrician.
Her story was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal.
Due to inclement weather, the Reedsburg and Portage campuses will be closed until noon on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
All Madison College campuses and district buildings will be closed Saturday, Jan. 14 – Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Classes and services will resume on Tuesday, January 17.
Most Student Development and Success service units will offer extended service hours until 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17 – Thursday, Jan. 19.
Globe University officially ended operations in Wisconsin on Saturday, Dec. 31 leaving students to find other options for continuing their education. Madison College officials have offered assistance to help Madison area students enroll and finish their program.
Channel 3000 reported on the closure.
Due to inclement weather on Tuesday, Jan. 10, the Reedsburg and Portage campuses will close at 4:30 p.m.
Most Student Development and Success service units will offer reduced service hours Monday, Dec. 19 - Thursday, Dec. 22. Services will close at 4:30pm.
Check the Department Directory to verify individual departments’ service hours.
Additionally, all services, campuses and district buildings will close for Winter break shutdown from Friday, Dec. 23 – Monday, Jan. 2. Classes and services will resume Tuesday, Jan. 3.
The new West campus, located at 8017 Excelsior Drive, will be ready for credit and non-credit professional and continuing education classes starting in January of 2017.
This newly renovated space will provide easy access for students interested in program classes for business, liberal arts transfer, and pre-health programs. We are excited to offer this new location as an option for students who want to take classes on the west side of Madison with easy access to the Beltline, nearby shopping and restaurants, and free parking.
Madison Metro bus service (Route 15) as well as the campus free shuttle make it easy for students to travel between Truax and the West Campus. Six classrooms, two computer labs, a biology lab, a kitchen lab and student computer and support areas will be available for both credit and non-credit classes.
A complete list of classes offered for Spring 2017 can be found on the Madison College website by clicking on Search Classes and choosing West Madison as the campus location.