Living on Campus

On-campus Residential Living

The Farm and Industry Short Course residential living community resides at Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street.

You’ll live right in the heart of campus and Madison! 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.

There are flexible housing options which include dining. On-campus parking is also available at an additional fee.

 

What On-Campus Living Has to Offer
FISC students are housed on designated floors near to the FISC Program Office, offering student advising, assistance, and support. On the same floor, students have access to a FISC community lounge space and computer lab. Staying on campus during the academic year allows students the chance to take part in the community and the co-curricular activities we offer outside of the courses.

Rooms are double occupancy. Only a limited number of single rooms are available.

Room Features

  • Twin beds
  • Provided bed linens and towels
  • In-room bathroom
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Loftable furniture to allow customization
  • Wall-mounted flat screen TV with campus cable package of over 150 channels
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Free UW high-speed wireless internet

Included Meals
All-you-care-to-eat hot buffets:

  • Breakfast every night you stay
  • 4 dinner a week

Other Benefits

  • FISC community lounge space
  • FISC computer lab and study room
  • Undergraduate House Fellows resides on each floor
  • 24/7 safety and security staff

 

Pick the Housing Plan that Works for You

Continuous (7-Day) Plan
Stay the entire two 8-week terms and take advantage of all that the University of Wisconsin-Madison and FISC has to offer outside of the classroom. You have the choice to come-and-go as needed, while still having access to your room on the weekends.
Weekday (5-Day) Plan
Attend courses during the week and go home on the weekends to work. Includes lodging Sunday-Thursday nights and meals during that time. Includes two weekends – one each term – to allow you to spend the weekend during program activities.

 

How to Reserve Your Housing
After being admitted to the program, students will receive information on how to reserve their on-campus housing. The housing and parking application will be available in February 2022.

 

On-Campus Housing Costs
These are the proposed housing and parking costs for the 2022-2023 academic year. Final rates will be published by May 2022.

 Continuous (7-Day) PlanWeekday (5-Day) Plan
Double Occupancy (Includes Meals)
$5,960$4,073
Single Occupancy (Includes Meals)
$8,000$5,538
Optional Add-On - Parking
$560$400

 
On-Campus Housing FAQ

+How do I reserve my housing?

The application to reserve your housing and parking through Lowell Hall will be live in February 2022. Admitted students will receive communication about reserving their on-campus housing around that time.

+How is housing billed?

Housing and parking costs will be split equally between the two, 8-week terms. Payments are due at the start of each term. Specific dates will be communicated to students at the time of Orientation in mid-October.

+How can I pay for housing?

Housing and parking fees will be charged to the student’s account, similar to tuition charges. These are available by eBill, which you can view in your MyUW Student Center starting in late October for the Fall Term and then in January for the Spring Term. The eBill is an itemized bill showing all applicable charges for that term.

+Who can I contact with questions?

Contact the FISC office at 608-263-3918 or fisc@cals.wisc.edu with any questions.