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About the School:

Madison College is a public technical and community college established in 1912. Its campus is located in Madison, Wisconsin, and enrolls over 15,000 students annually. Students are offered short-term certificates, technical diplomas, and two-year associates degrees in more than 180 programs across 11 areas of study. Also, MC is rated as the #1 source of University of Wisconsin’s transfer students.

The tuition fees charged by Madison College are also one of the lowest. In-state students pay around $4,400, and out-of-state students are charged around $6,500. In addition, MC offers various financial assistance for paying the fees. More than $15 million were distributed among 40,000 students in scholarship programs.

Online Presence:

The college offers a large proportion of its courses completely online. Visit its Academic Programs page to get the complete details on both online and in-person classes. The areas of study offered are:

  • Architecture and Engineering
  • Arts, Design and Humanities
  • Business
  • Construction, Manufacturing and Maintenance
  • Culinary, Hospitality and Fitness
  • Education and Social Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Law, Protective and Human Services
  • Science, Math and Natural Resources
  • Transportation

Laptop Programs:

To facilitate distance learning, Madison College provides loaned laptops and internet hotspots free of charge to all registered students. The laptops come preinstalled with essential Microsoft software and antivirus. Laptops can be picked in person or via mailing. To know more about the program, visit the Technology Access Program page.

Accreditation:

Madison College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

To know more about laptop programs, click here.