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Globe University-Middleton
1345 Deming Way, Middleton, 53717
608-830-6900; 877-303-6060
Degree programs in fields of health, business, technology and legal services. education
Dane County Humane Society
5132 Voges Rd., Madison 53718
DCHS offers various humane education programs including winter, spring and summer day camps, birthday parties, scout badges, a monthly preschool program and shelter tours. Tours of Dane County Humane Society are appropriate for all ages. A donation is requested based on the size of group and length of tour. classes education parents activities lessons summer winter animals camps
Dane County Humane Society
5132 Voges Rd., 53718
Tours of Dane County Humane Society are appropriate for all ages. A donation is requested based on the size of group and length of tour. education parents activities animals
Madison Waldorf School
6510 Schroeder Rd., 53711
Preschool, 4K-5. education parents
Weston A. Price Foundation Madison Chapter

Nutrient-dense foods education and activism. Meets at 7 pm second Thursdays at the Wil-Mar Center. food education activism
Greenway Crossing Montessori School
1325 Greenway Cross, Suite 115, 53713
Infant and toddler programs, preschool, grades K-6. Bilingual immersion. children education parents
American Red Cross
4860 Sheboygan Ave., 53705
608-233-9300; 877-618-6628
Offers courses in first aid/CPR, outdoors safety, babysitting and other topics for youth and adults. health education
Diesel Truck Driver Training School
190 Elder Lane, Sun Prairie, 53590
Two-week basic-skills program, class-A commercial driver program. Financial aid available; funding through state grant programs under the Workforce Investment Act. education
BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute
5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy., 53711
608-277-2508; 608-273-9737
Continuing education for scientists, K-12 outreach. education science enrichment
St. Ambrose Academy
602 Everglade Dr., 53717
Grades 6-12, lay-run Catholic preparatory school. education parents
GSAFE (formerly Gay Straight Alliance for Safe Schools)
122 E. Olin Ave, Ste. 290, 53713
Works to improve the Madison area K-12 school system through advocacy, education, outreach and leadership development to assure that each child in every school community learns to respect and accept all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. advocacy student education LGBTQ
Urban League of Greater Madison Inc.
2222 S. Park St., Ste. 200, 53713
Employment and training services; academic support for youth; AIDS/HIV education and prevention services; rent-to-own housing programs; community-building and racial-inclusion initiatives; support for teen mothers and non-custodial fathers. education
United Migrant Opportunity Services Inc.
7 N. Pinckney St., Ste. 110, 53703
Services to migrant seasonal farm workers and cannery workers, including vocational evaluation, career exploration, resume writing, emergency services, supportive services, job placement assistance and on-the-job training. support immigrant education
UW-Madison, Precollege Programs Office
716 Langdon St. (red gym), Rm. 338, 53706
Coordinates over 90 noncredit youth programs for K-12 students year-round. education parents
UW-Madison Continuing Studies, Distance Learning
21 N Park St., 53715
Search through an online catalog of distance credit courses offered by all UW campuses. education
UW-Madison Continuing Studies
21 N. Park St., 53715
Hundreds of courses for personal enrichment and professional development. education
Operation Fresh Start Inc.
1925 Winnebago St., 53704
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. education parents
UW-Madison, Participatory Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO)
21 N. Park St., 7th floor
Ongoing educational experience for retirees; members meet in small groups to discuss various topics and current issues. seniors education
Upper Iowa University
4601 Hammersley Rd., 53711
B.S. evening degree programs in management, business, human resources, human services, public administration, psychology, accounting, technology and information management, and criminal justice. education postsecondary
University of Wisconsin-Madison

608-263-2400 (campus assistance)
Large place; you may have noticed it. Nine undergraduate schools offering 160 majors and 4,200 courses; graduate programs in medicine, business, veterinary science, agriculture, library science, law, public policy, education, journalism. Campus and Visitor Relations maintains information desks at Memorial Union, Union South and Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery's Town Center. education postsecondary
Madison Media Institute
2702 Agriculture Dr., 53718
Accredited college offering associate degrees in digital media design and production, video and motion graphics, and recording and music technology. media education postsecondary
Madison College
1701 Wright St., 53704
608-246-6100; 800-322-6282
Offers associate degrees, technical diplomas and certificates in over 140 programs; courses in Madison and on surrounding sites. Financial aid: 608-246-6170. Testing: 608-246-5220. GED: 608-258-2440 education postsecondary GED
Lakeland College-Madison Center
1650 Pankratz St., 53704
608-244-2725; 800-589-5134
B.A. degrees in accounting, business administration, computer science, hospitality management and marketing; master's in business administration and counseling. Evening, BlendEd and online classes. education postsecondary
Herzing University
5218 E. Terrace Dr., 53718
608-249-6611; 800-596-0724
Bachelors degrees in business administration, information technology and technology management; two-year associate degrees, one-year programs and IT certification training; MBAs. education postsecondary
Edgewood College
1000 Edgewood College Dr., 53711; 1255 Deming Way, 53717
608-663-2294; 800-444-4861
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. education postsecondary
Concordia University Wisconsin
2909 Landmark Pl., Ste. 101, 53713
608-277-7900; 800-859-4872
Accelerated adult classes toward associate of arts and bachelor of arts degrees in business management, liberal arts and criminal justice. education postsecondary
Cardinal Stritch University
2310 Crossroads Dr., Ste. 3000, 53718
800-347-8822, ext. 8726
Graduate, undergraduate and certificate business degree programs. Courses are accelerated; meet one night a week. education postsecondary
Wingra School
718 Gilmore St, 53711
K-8, independent, progressive. education parents
Walbridge Academy
7035 Old Sauk Rd., 53717
Instruction geared to children with learning disabilities including dyslexia and ADHD. K-8, plus "blended learning" high school options. education parents
St. Maria Goretti Catholic School
5405 Flad Ave., 53711
4K-8. education parents
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