Involvement Inventory

Get Involved at Madison College
There are a number of opportunities for students to get involved on campus.  This form will provide you with the opportunity to indicate your interests and have someone from our Student Life team connect with you and provide additional information for you to make a decision or to attend a gathering.

Please indicate the areas you have an interest and would like additional information below.


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* 1. Your First & Last Name:

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* 2. Madison College Email Address:

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* 3. Phone Number

Join WIIN!  (WolfPack Identity & Interest Network).  The WIIN groups below are informal groups of students who connect at least once a month over a common interest or identity.  These groups are lead by a student with a similar identity/interest and meet virtually or hybrid.  Any supplies or other items are mailed.

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* 4. Do you have an interest in learning more about the following identity-based interest groups? Gatherings will be virtual or hybrid depending on what the group prefers.

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* 5. Do you have an interest in learning more about the following interest-based  groups? Gatherings will be virtual or hybrid depending on what the group prefers.

There are over 50 clubs on campus.  Student groups are organized with student officers and an advisor.  Each group has their own membership requirements but typically members are expected to assist with accomplishing the mission and goals of the group.  Many of clubs are connected to an academic program and are only open to students within that particular program. For a full list, check out WolfPack Connect. There are others, however, that are open to all students.  Please indicate if you would like to learn more about any of the registered clubs listed. 

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* 6. Student Club Interest Form

The student organizations listed below are connected to Student Life and are paid leadership positions.  Each semester the vacancies vary and are available throughout the district.  Job descriptions are available.  Payment varies from a stipend (lump sum at the end of the semester) to an hourly wage.  Please indicate if you would like more information on any of the positions listed below.  

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* 7. Student Life leadership opportunities

  Not Interested Interested Very Interested
Volunteer Center (volunteering)
Clarion Radio
Intercultural Exchange (multicultural center) staff - Truax Campus
Leadership Program Assistant
Clubs Executive Leadership Team
Program & Activities Council (social/educational event planning)
Student Ambassadors (Truax, GSC, Fort Atkinson, Portage, Reedsburg, Watertown Campuses)
Student Life Office (Truax, GSC)
United Common Ground (diversity, educational, multicultural event programming)
Student Senate (Truax, Fort Atkinson, Portage, Reedsburg, Watertown Campuses)
The Clarion (newspaper)
Yahara Journal (writing/art/literary journal)

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* 8. Please list any other interests or questions you may have.

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