Pursuing your undergraduate business degree at a world-class university is an unbeatable experience. When it’s time to go beyond the classroom, there is no better place to be than the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

You may choose to “Jump Around” at a football game in Camp Randall Stadium, watch a student-produced play, attend a concert, or volunteer for a local organization. Whatever your preference, life on campus offers opportunities to engage with others and discover new experiences.

You’re likely to find some of your favorite pastimes within the Wisconsin School of Business. Nearly 40 student organizations serve undergraduate business students, focusing on everything from academics to special populations and shared areas of interest.

A Community like No Other

UW–Madison students work hard and approach everything they do with enthusiasm. Students are extraordinarily supportive of each other, and will go out of their way to help others succeed. This collaborative spirit infuses every aspect of campus life, in the classroom and beyond.

As a Wisconsin Undergraduate Program student, you will join a tight-knit community where mutual respect is a core value. Students engage with each other—and with faculty, staff, and alumni—in an environment of openness and trust. Creativity and fun are encouraged.

“This campus is so much fun; it’s so big and there’s so much going on. Friends at other colleges just don’t have as many opportunities or as many crazy, cool, and diverse experiences as we have.”

—Karl Kawders, Undergraduate Program Student

Student Life in Pictures