Madison College Minute

Campus Fun Day

What do you get when you combine free food with cool tie-dye t-shirts and exciting games from the college’s more than 60 clubs and organizations?

We like to call it Campus Fun Day.

Campus Fun Day

Published October 17, 2016.

Now Hiring

Tag along with student Tyler Ledbury as he checks out Madison College’s Part-Time Job Fair.

Need help finding a job? Stop by Madison College’s Career and Employment Center. The center provides students with career development and employment support.

Now Hiring

Published October 7, 2016.

Award-winning Alumnus

Jeremy Scahill is a best-selling author whose books have become awarding-winning films. His love of journalism was sparked years ago while working for Madison College’s Clarion newspaper.

Award-Winning Alumnus

Published October 3, 2016.

Hispanic Heritage Month

If you like dancing, good food, face painting and just having fun, then Madison College’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration is for you.

Learn more about campus life at Madison College.

Hispanic Heritage Month

Published September 26, 2016.

Student Veterans

Transitioning from the military to college can be tough. 

That’s why Madison College is providing its nearly 800 student veterans with the help they need to be successful.

Student Veterans

Published September 16, 2016.

What's cooking?

Madison College’s new $15 million culinary arts facility is crème de la crème.

Tag along with second-year student Kayla Strom as she gets a first-hand look at the college’s new culinary kitchens.

What’s Cooking?

Published September 9, 2016.

First Day

She went to a four-year university, but didn’t like it. So her friends told her to go to Madison College.Tag along with new student Diana Chang as she heads to history class on the first day of school.

First Day

Published September 9, 2016.

Evening of Good Taste

Food, sweets and fun. Madison College Culinary and Baking/Decorative Arts students recently put on a big show.

For more information about Madison College’s culinary arts and baking and decorative arts programs, call (608) 246-6003.

Evening of Good Taste

Published August 24, 2016. Updated August 31, 2016.

Gateway to College

A Madison College program is helping students who dropped out of high school.

To learn more about Madison College’s Gateway to College program, visit their website, or call 608-243-4597.

Gateway to College

Published August 15, 2016.

Scholars of Promise program

Low-income high school students are getting help with tuition at Madison College.

Beginning in the Fall of 2017, the College’s new Scholars of Promise program will pay two years of tuition and fees for qualified high school students who otherwise would not be able to afford college. Visit our website for more information.

Madison College Minute: Scholars of Promise

Published August 3, 2016.

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