There are many ways to match your passions with opportunities to get involved and to grow your leadership skills at UW–Madison.
The Wisconsin Involvement Network allows students to connect with 1,000+ student organizations, learn about and attend events, and track their involvement.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) is the official student government of UW–Madison, representing over 43,000 students. There are limitless opportunities to volunteer with ASM.
Whether you’re showing up or showing off, there’s a team for you in intramural sports.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
We value an inclusive environment where all Badgers feel like they belong and are supported. We also encourage student engagement with social justice in areas including race, health, gender and sexuality, socioeconomic status, religion, and more.
Our Wisconsin is a required inclusion education program that encourages all undergraduate first-year students to engage in an inclusive campus community and to celebrate each other’s backgrounds and identities.
The GSCC offers opportunities to become LGBTQ+ peer mentors; volunteer on projects or events; take courses to explore leadership, building healthy relationships, and the intersection of identities; and more.
The Office of Inclusion Education's broad array of learning opportunities helps deepen the Wisconsin Experience and empowers students to contribute to a more socially just campus and world.
The MSC provides student resources in social justice and inclusion; support for students of color; advocacy; leadership, academic, and career development; and community building.
The Center for Leadership and Involvement (CfLI) helps students connect with far-ranging leadership and engagement opportunities throughout campus. These include leadership seminars with fellow students, faculty, staff, and community members, as well as UW–Madison’s Leadership Certificate Program.