Learn more about what UW–Madison has to offer you no matter where you are by checking out our virtual tour and live virtual events. Below are a collection of pre-recorded sessions to view at any time.
Previously Recorded Sessions
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Pre-Recorded Admissions Information Session
Our pre-recorded Admissions Information Session is available for you to watch on demand if you can’t make it to a live virtual information session, you would benefit from open captioning, or you wish to refresh what you learned in a previous session. There is no Q&A with this session, so feel free to join another live event, an Instagram Live AMA, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Bioscience Majors & Academic Opportunities at UW–Madison
Did you know there are over 30 bioscience majors at UW–Madison? This session will provide an overview of the wide variety of biological science majors at UW that span multiple schools and colleges. We’ll also cover transitioning to UW–Madison, resources on campus to help you be successful, and other opportunities that can help you explore majors and be involved in bioscience.
Computer Sciences is a growing major on the UW campus and the department is one of the oldest in the United States. Prospective undergraduate students interested in Computer Sciences are invited to watch this presentation that highlights the history of the department, trends in the field, major requirements, research and involvement opportunities, and careers.
Prospective undergraduate students interested in the Psychology major at UW–Madison are invited to view this virtual presentation that highlights the Psychology department, curriculum, and additional opportunities available for Psychology students.
McBurney Disability Resource Center Information Session
This group session will provide prospective students with disabilities and their families with information about disability-related services and accommodation processes at UW Madison. Attendees will learn about documentation requirements for accommodation eligibility, timelines for requesting accommodations, and other campus resources to support students with disabilities. This 45 minute session is facilitated by McBurney staff with time allowed for individual Q & A.
Please contact the McBurney Disability Resource Center at 608-263-2741 or email@example.com to set up an appointment. Sessions occur most Fridays at 9:00 AM or 1:00 PM.
Join us for live Instagram Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions led by current UW–Madison students and staff. Below is a current schedule, join us on Instagram Live.
May 27 at 7pm CT: Transfer Student Q&A
Study Abroad at UW–Madison
UW–Madison is your gateway to the world! With more than 260 study abroad options in over 65 countries, our dynamic programs enhance on-campus learning and build valuable professional skills for students of all majors and academic levels. Discover our unique program variety, excellent academics, scholarships, support, and more that make UW-Madison one of the best universities in the country for study abroad opportunities.
In this information session, our UW–Madison School of Pharmacy advisors provide an overview of the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program and the undergraduate BS in Pharmacology and Toxicology (PharmTox) program. They'll discuss the pre-pharmacy advising services available to UW undergrads, as well as review the admissions process and timeline, prerequisite coursework, selection criteria, career outlook and opportunities, and other unique opportunities for UW students exploring our programs.