University Square, 1353 East Campus Mall, 608-250-3100
Cosmetology course with hands-on learning.
5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy., Fitchburg, 608-273-9737
Continuing education for scientists, K-12 outreach.
2122 Luann Lane, 608-270-5245
818-hour program. Full- and part-time options, continuing ed.
TEC Center, 3591 Anderson St., 608-268-9600
Wisconsin's only Adobe-authorized training center.
8017 Excelsior Dr., 800-347-8822, ext. 8726
Graduate, undergraduate and certificate business degree programs. Courses are accelerated, meet one night a week.
2909 Landmark Pl., Ste. 101,608-277-7900, 866-859-4872
Accelerated adult classes toward A.A. and B.A. degrees in business management, liberal arts, accounting, health care management, human resources and criminal justice. Also master's in education and post B.A. teacher certification program.
190 Elder Lane, Sun Prairie, 800-332-7364
Two-week basic-skills program, five-weekend basic program, class-A commercial driver program. Financial aid available; funding through state grant programs under the Workforce Investment Act.
1000 Edgewood College Dr., 608-663-2294
Catholic independent liberal arts college, over 40 majors. Weekend degree program, graduate programs in education, business, nursing, marriage and family therapy, and religious studies. Doctoral program in education leadership.
6414 Odana Rd., 888-749-5757
Hairstyling, esthetician program, nail technology, cosmetology, spa services, salon management. Approved by the U.S. Department of Education and eligible to participate in Title IV Financial Aid programs.
1345 Deming Way, Middleton, 53717; 608-830-6900; 877-830-6999
Diploma programs in accounting, business administrative assistant, legal administrative assistant, massage therapy, medical administrative assistant and medical assistant, associate and B.A. degrees in accounting, business administration, criminal justice, information technology, music business, paralegal, marketing, veterinary technology and more; MBA. Ecologically "green" college classrooms, online classes and hybrid online/onsite programs available.
5218 E. Terrace Dr., 608-249-6611
Three-year bachelor degrees in business administration, design, information technology, technology management and more. Two-year associate degrees, one-year programs and IT certification training.
2350 Rimrock Rd., 608-288-6301
Bachelor's and associate degrees, online and onsite. Instruction in IT, electronics, drafting and design, business and criminal justice.
3591 Anderson St., Ste. 101, 608-244-2725
B.A. degrees in accounting, business administration, computer science, hospitality management and marketing, master's in business administration and counseling. Classes are geared to working people and meet once a week. Evening and online classes.
3550 Anderson St., information: 608-246-6100, financial aid: 246-6170, testing: 246-5220, GED: 258-2440
Offers associate degrees, technical diplomas and certificates in over 100 programs, courses in Madison and surrounding sites. Short-term programs for those coping with job loss at Truax, Downtown, south, west, Fort Atkinson, Portage, Reedsburg, and Watertown campuses.
211 N. Carroll St., Rm. D209, 608-258-2440
Free service to adults needing instruction in reading, job-seeking skills, math, GED / HSED preparation, citizenship, English as a second language and writing through 12th-grade level. Support services available to special-needs students.
2702 Agriculture Dr., 800-236-4997
Accredited college offering associate degrees in digital media design and production, video and motion graphics, game art and animation, entertainment and media business, and recording and music technology.
3009 University Ave., 608-233-9962
Intensive English-language courses at all levels.
Year-round, lifelong learning courses in dozens of topic areas.
,i>725 Heartland Trail, 608-836-8384
Certification in Microsoft, Linux, Cisco, Citrix, Novell, more; courses in Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, business skills, more.
2702 Agriculture Dr., 608-237-8333, 888-817-3832
Certification in Pro Tools and Apple Pro. Courses in 3D animation, graphic arts, website design, audio, motion graphics, DVD authoring, video editing.
835 West Badger Rd., 608-244-4650
Adult basic skills preparation for general education development (GED) certificate or high school equivalency diploma (HSED).
1925 Winnebago St., 608-244-4721
Employment training and education program for young people 16-24. Participants can earn an HSED while building homes for low-income families, are paid a living allowance and receive an education award for continued education upon the completion of their term.
Virtual campus. SNHU Online has 50+ programs including accounting, justice studies, business, marketing and sport management. Undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates.
6225 University Ave., 608-238-7378
750-hour massage program, transformational bodywork course, continuing ed. Next open house March 9.
2310 Crossroads Dr., Ste. 3000, 608-240-4701
Online and onsite courses, bachelor's and master's degree programs.
1 Fen Oak Ct., Rm. 138, 608-224-3700
Agricultural, natural resource, family living, horticulture, Dane County Master Gardeners, nutrition education and 4-H youth development programs.
Serves adults exploring educational or career options through counseling workshops and continuing education grants. Drop-in service at local library branches. Also assists with becoming a UW-Madison special (nondegree) or guest student.
21 N. Park St., 7th floor, 608-262-1156
Learning opportunities for youth and adults. Summer Session classes, personal enrichment and professional development programs, advising and counseling for nondegree credit students, career workshops and services for returning adults, activities for senior learners.
About 350 for-credit classes taught after 4:30 pm on campus, or by Internet, TV, videotape and CD-ROM.
Fluno Center, 601 University Ave., 608-441-7357
Noncredit UW-Madison seminars for executives and managers in a variety of business and managerial topics. Several certificate series available.
21 N. Park St., 608-262-5823
Ongoing educational experience for seniors. Call for a catalog of senior learning opportunities, or download PDF. PLATO, discussion groups for seniors, is a sub-program of OLLI.
More than 90 noncredit youth programs at UW-Madison for K-12 students year-round.
21 N. Park St., 608-262-1156 or 262-1668
More than 1,600 summer credit classes in one- to 13-week sessions.
Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St., Rm. 509, 608-262-3156 or 262-5771
150+ short noncredit classes, five sessions a year. For UW students and faculty and their spouses/domestic partners or Wisconsin Union members (Union membership is open to public), catalogs on campus or upon request.
Grainger Hall, 975 University Ave., 608-263-7680
Noncredit classes for small business owners from business plans to web presence.
4601 Hammersley Rd., 608-278-0350
B.S. evening-degree programs in management, business, human resources, human services, public administration, psychology, accounting, technology and information management, and criminal justice. Registration for term 4 closes March 1.
19 N. Pinckney St., 608-257-4300
Teaches English as a second language to adult international students, preparing students to enter undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as for professional purposes. Also offers Spanish classes and a TEFL certificate program for those who want to teach English overseas.