As a student in the Wisconsin Evening MBA Program, you are welcome to get as involved in co-curricular and campus activities as you’d like. These activities can build your network, enhancing your opportunities for career advancement and community involvement as a Business Badger once you graduate.

You may also take a leadership role at the Wisconsin School of Business by serving as a class representative for your cohort on the student advisory board. In this role, you will provide valuable feedback to program administrators. Serving as the representative of your class helps you build connections with Evening MBA students from a variety of backgrounds and industries.

Evening MBA students have access to the same UW–Madison resources as any other student, including use of the recreation center, free bus passes, tickets to sporting events at student prices, and much more.

MBA Student Organizations

Evening MBA students are welcome to participate in a variety of clubs and organizations. As the majority of members may be full-time MBA students, meetings often take place during traditional working hours. However, some organizations, such as Toastmasters, host meetings in the late afternoon.