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Services & Demographics

Madison Area Technical College
Phone: (608) 246-6100
1701 Wright Street
Madison, WI 53704
www.madisoncollege.edu

Disability Resource Center
Scott Ritter
Phone Number: (608) 246-6791
sritter@madisoncollege.edu
AVAILABLE SERVICES
  • Academic / Student Support Services
  • Career Services
  • Counseling
  • Disability Services and/or Accessibility Services
  • Financial Aid and/or Scholarships
  • Food Services and/or Cafeteria
  • Health Services / Clinic
  • Tutoring Services
  • Transition Services
HOUSING OPTIONS
  • None
AVAILABLE FOOD OPTIONS
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Vegetarian Options
PUBLIC & PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION
  • Bus: Public
  • Bus or Shuttle: College
  • Parking on Campus
  • Taxi / Cab
OFF-CAMPUS HEALTHCARE
  • Clinics
  • Counseling Services
  • Hospitals
  • Mental Health Services
TYPE OF SCHOOL
  • Technical College
TOTAL ENROLLMENT
Over 10,000

RECOMMENDED HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Thru a partnership with Group Health Cooperative, and Madison College the Student Health Clinic is located in room 151A inside the Health Education Building at the Truax Campus. All Truax, Downtown, West, Commercial Avenue, and South Madison students taking degree credit courses will have access to health care services with a valid OneCard. For more information, please call 441-3220.

DISABILITY RELATED GROUPS/CLUBS
Yes; we have just one student led club for students with or interested in ASD. The name is Recreational Autism Group. Staff advisor is Ann Marie Hoffman; 608 245-2116

NUMBER OF DISCLOSED STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
1400

NUMBER OF DISCLOSED STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM
80

CLASSES ARE INSTRUCTED BY
  • Instructors
COURSE FORMATS
Traditional and Online Options

JOB RELATED OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
  • Service Learning
  • Internships
  • Practicum
  • Field Experiences
STUDENT JOBS AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS
75

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS
  • Non Degree
  • Degree
  • Certificate
  • Audit
  • Continuing Education
  • Full Course Schedule
  • Modified Schedule
  • Transition Based
COURSE OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
  • Fully Integrated and Stand Alone Courses Available in the Same Term
SCHEDULING OPTIONS
  • Semester
SUMMER COURSES
Yes

PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN DISABILITY RESOURCES CENTER AND COUNTY/STATE AGENCIES
Madison College has a coopaertive porgram with Madison Metropolitan School District with 18 to 21 year olds. We are establishing a relationship with Goodwill to provide on site educational coaching for studnets with significant disabilities. DVR sometimes assists Madison College students with a variety of services. We serve 11 diferent counties not just Dane. We have regional campuses in Fort Atkinson, Watertown, Portage and Reedsburg.

Madison College is partnering with Goodwill to develop the PASS program. The Post-secondary Academic Support for Success program will work with students with intellectual disabilities and other significant disabilities providing these students with one-to one assistance to help them with organization, time management, tutoring and ongoing assistance with managing their coursework. The program is starting August 1, 2010 and the full time Goodwill educational support specialist will be housed at Madison College Truax campus. She will work with up to 20 students at any given time.