Clubs & Competitive Teams
Clubs are an excellent on campus experience to build your resume and get involved. Clubs allow students to meet like minded students and learn of larger opportunities.
The Guide contains information about the many academic programs that make the University of Wisconsin–Madison one of the world’s foremost institutions of higher education.
Construction of the academic calendar is subject to various rules and guidelines prescribed by the Board of Regents, the Faculty Senate, and State of Wisconsin legislation. The calendar includes breaks.
CALS Career Services
CALS Career Services provides resources and advising for students as they explore career interests and develop skills to seek employment or admission to graduate or professional programs.
Student Financial Aid
The Financial Aid office focuses on assistance for types of aid, cost of attendance, financial aid opportunities, and receiving financial aid.
Every year, UW-Madison is fortunate to receive thousands of applications from a diverse range of students who are incredibly bright, engaged, and passionate and who have challenged themselves and those around them to make a difference in the world. This office is to aid students in their application journey.
Offered Fall/Spring Courses
This course list is a carefully compiled list of Animal Science and Dairy Science courses offered each semester. This can be helpful prior to enrollment or for planning out the next few years.
Greater University Tutoring Services (GUTS)
The Greater University Tutoring Service (GUTS) is a student-run tutoring service that provides academic, language, and study skill support services taught and facilitated by students, for all UW-Madison students. All of our services are free and easy to register.
Study abroad let’s students experience other cultures and be submersed in international cultures while completing coursework at UW-Madison.
The McBurney Center partners with students, faculty, and staff to design accessible environments and to provide academic accommodations so students can engage, explore, and participate in the Wisconsin Idea.