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Since its founding in 1848, this campus has been a catalyst for the extraordinary. As a public land-grant university and major research institution, our students, staff, and faculty engage in a world-class education while solving real-world problems.
UW–Madison’s longest and proudest tradition is the Wisconsin Idea: the principle that our work should improve people’s lives beyond the boundaries of campus. This century-old guiding philosophy applies to our academics, research, and outreach.
Guided by our commitment to public service, we are active participants in the Madison area. This strong bond is reinforced through UW–Madison’s involvement with schools, cultural organizations, non-profits and more.
Aquatic Sciences Center, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Sea Grant Institute, UW Speech and Hearing Clinic, Water Resources Institute, Wisconsin’s Water Library
Camp Randall Stadium
Host of the University of Wisconsin Badgers football games and many other large events.
Monroe Street Library
Open for in-person browsing, public computing, and self-serve holds pickup and checkout. The library's databases, online magazines, and newspapers and downloadable audiobooks and eBooks are always accessible 24/7 online with a valid library card.
Edward Klief Park
Edward Klief Park provides basketball and volleyball courts, a playground and open field green space.
Regent Market Co-op
Locally Grown, Neighborhood Owned. A big-city selection of products with wooden floors, small shopping carts and parking three feet from the door. Member owned and responsive to the neighborhood. Store decisions are made by the people who support and patronize it. Shopping options include: In-store, curbside pick-up and home delivery.
Fresh Market Madison
We’re so about fresh we can hardly contain ourselves. Fresh produce, fresh sushi, fresh deli, fresh faces, fresh seafood, fresh salads, sandwiches, panini’s and breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, and a fresh approach to just about everything.
Your neighborhood grocery store where you'll find unconventional and interesting products as well as everyday basics like milk, eggs and fresh produce. We are a good source for great cheese, and we offer a vibrant selection of fresh flowers. Most importantly, we offer all of our delicious, quality products at the very best prices.
UnityPoint Health - Meriter Hospital
Meriter Hospital is a nonprofit hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. It is operated by UnityPoint Health. A teaching hospital of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, it has 448 beds. The hospital, the fifth largest in the state, serves southern Wisconsin and northwestern Illinois.