Winter Commencement Recap

Despite the snowy, cold weather, graduating students — about 1,200 of the 1,750 doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s students earning degrees this semester — flocked to the Kohl Center on Sunday to celebrate commencement with classmates, friends and family.

Badger Parents Club Launches

The Badger Parents Club is a new opportunity that helps foster your connection to the UW campus. Through a minimum annual gift of $250, you will help students participate in all elements of the Wisconsin Experience and receive unique membership benefits.

Badger Veteran Photo Project 2022

Want to meet some of the veterans and service members in the campus community, including students, employees and alumni? The Badger Veteran Photo project highlights dozens of them, with photos of Badgers in uniform and in everyday life.

Moments in Time 2022

Here are some of the most memorable and captivating images from 2022, chosen for their stories and surprises, for the rush or the hush of a singular moment or for the feeling of needing to know more about what exactly was happening at that moment in time.

Halloween Weekend Tips

As students prepare for Halloween this weekend, Dean of Students Christina Olstad encourages everyone to be smart and safe, celebrate, and show respect. 

Badger Family Forums

Badger Family Forums are virtual events that bring together a group of campus experts who answer your questions about a particular topic. Hosted by the Parent and Family Program throughout the year, topics range from …

It’s time to vote!

#BadgersVote and we want to make sure your student is prepared for the upcoming election. Share the information below with your student and find more at vote.wisc.edu. Election Day The general election will be Tuesday, …

Native November 2022 Events

November is Native American Heritage Month. This year’s theme, Beyond an Acknowledgement, is a call for the campus community to go beyond simply learning and acknowledging Indigenous history. Rather, it urges all of us to genuinely recognize current issues, resoundingly celebrate successes, and unyieldingly commit to a better future.

Nalox-ZONE boxes installed in University Housing

In partnership with Wisconsin Voices for Recovery, UW–Madison has placed Nalox-ZONE boxes in 12 residence and dining halls around campus. The boxes, which contain nasal spray naloxone, will allow someone to respond quickly to the signs of an opioid overdose.