The McBurney Center for Disability Resources supports students’ success. Staff members deliver innovative services and accommodations in learning environments and facilitate and advocate for students with disabilities so they have equal access to the programs, activities and services of the institution.
Academic Advising Services - Learning support resources come in many forms and everyone can benefit from them – no matter who you are, or what your grades are. This site includes a list of FREE tutoring and learning support units on campus, FAQs, student testimonials, and resources to help you achieve academic success.
Whether you are an undergraduate student in our residence halls, a PhD candidate in our apartment communities, a hungry customer in our dining markets, a summer program attendee, an employee, or a proud parent, University Housing provides an experience that is built for your success.
The overall health and wellness of our students is important to our campus. From mental health resources to Recreation & Wellbeing, we're here for you.
The Office of Student Financial Aid assists students whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. Both scholarships and grants are available and students can apply for short-term crisis loans from the Dean of Students Office.
UW–Madison is committed to creating a community where every person feels welcome, valued, and able to succeed. Join the effort to make our campus more inclusive for the diverse members of our community.
If you see something, say something. If you have an emergency or see something suspicious, please call University Police at 911. In addition, online reporting of incidents of hate and bias, hazing and sexual assault are available.
Getting around Campus
Campus is fairly easy to navigate and accessible.
Learn more about Madison
Come explore our dynamic campus. From Memorial Union Terrace to Bascom Hill, UW–Madison is a beautiful and engaging place with an active student body.