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University of Wisconsin-Madison

Updated: October 18, 2010

The Wisconsin Union is known as the heart and soul of the University of Wisconsin-Madison; it’s the social, cultural, and recreational center of campus. Comprised of two buildings – Memorial Union, on the shore of Lake Mendota, and Union South, near Camp Randall, plus outlying delis across campus – the Union serves as a daily gathering place for students, faculty, staff, community members, and visitors.

As the Division of Social Education for UW-Madison, the Union has been uniting the academic and social lives of the University for over 75 years. It’s a place where students come to connect and feel comfortable as well as to learn outside of the classroom. Thousands of students have cultivated an interest in the arts, developed strong leadership skills, and formed lasting and rewarding relationships through their involvement with the Union.

The Union also links the campus to the community by offering world-class performances at the Wisconsin Union Theater, hundreds of non-credit Mini Courses, Hoofers outdoor recreation programs, and nearly 1000 events annually including prominent lecturers, films, and music. Through its tradition of providing exceptional programs and services combined with an open, welcoming environment, the Union creates lifetime connections to the University, one person at a time.

Who we are…

Our Vision:
To be the heart and soul of this great University

Our Mission:
Making lifetime connections on the campus, one person at a time


Address 1: 800 Langdon Street
City: Madison
State/Province: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Postal Code: 53706


Phone: 608-263-3936
Fax: 608-263-4008
Contact Person: Tom Hogan

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