Come Experience FISC Residential Living @ Lowell Center

Starting in Fall 2020!

The Farm and Industry Short Course residential living community will reside at Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St.

Lowell Center offers comfortable double occupancy rooms on designated Short Course community floors.

Live in the heart of UW-Madison’s campus, on Lake Mendota’s shoreline! Nearby features include the new Nicholas Recreational Facility, Memorial Union and the Terrace, Memorial Library, and State Street, all within 3 blocks of Lowell Center.

Room Features

  • Full size beds (two per room) with linens
  • Desk per student
  • Private in-room bathroom
  • Free UW high-speed wireless internet
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Wall-mounted flat screen TV with campus cable package of over 150 channels
  • Room housekeeping service
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Lowell Center room with two double beds Lowell Center room with TV, armoire, desk

Building Features

  • House Fellow, student staff member, resides in the Short Course Community
  • Access to dining room for breakfasts and dinners
  • FISC community lounge space
  • Computer lab and study room
  • Pool and sauna
  • Fitness center on site
  • 24/7 safety and security staff
  • FISC Director and Assistant Director offices for student advising and other assistance
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outside view of Lowell Center

Housing Options

Choose the plan which fits your needs!

Continuous Plan 7 nights per week$ 5,555$ 7,619
Weekday Plan 5 nights per week$ 4,073$ 5,538

*Costs cover 16-weeks of housing and include meals.

Dining Plan Details:

“Continuous 7 Nights” = You receive 7 breakfasts and 4 dinners per week.

“Weekday 5 Nights” = You receive 5 breakfasts and 4 dinners per week.

All meals are buffet-style. Dinner is one hearty entree with plenty of sides to choose from!

Housing Reservations

After being formally admitted to the Farm and Industry Short Course Program, we will send you information on housing options for the on-campus Lowell Center FISC Residential Living. You’ll also receive information on how to select your housing package, communicate any accommodations you may need, request a roommate if you are a 2nd year program student and make a request for a single room. Single rooms will be accommodated based on availability.