Included in full registration
AM/PM Breaks (Monday – Friday)
Lunch (Tuesday – Friday)
Dinner (Tuesday – Thursday)
Wireless internet access
On-Site Registration Hours and Location
Please see the travel page of the website for more information on long distance travel including airports and bus lines.
There will be shuttle service available on Monday to transport you from the Dane County Airport to the various lodging locations. Exact schedule times are still TBD.
Taxi departures can be found at the north end of the baggage claim at door #7. Public ground transportation (other than taxis) including courtesy vans, Metro bus service, and the rental car lot can be found at door #6.
Badger Cab 608.256.0106
Madison Taxi 608.255.8294
Union Cab 608.242.2000
Please see your hotel’s amenities for complimentary shuttle service availability.
Car Rental Onsite
Madison offers several ways to get around and explore the city while you’re here. If you’re not quite up to walking down State Street or up Bascom Hill there are other modes of transportation to get you where you need. Madison Metro Bus System travels throughout downtown Madison including routes to and from the UW campus area to the Capitol. Biking is also a very popular mode of transportation and Madison offers bicycle rental stations, several shops that rent bicycles, and extensive bike trails within the city and into surrounding areas.
Points of Interest
Two locations on campus:
311 E Campus Mall, Madison, WI 53715
676 State St., Madison, WI 53703
FedEx Office Print and Ship Center
654 W Washington Ave, City Station, Madison, WI 53703
Suite 3301 – 333 East Campus Mall, Madison, WI 53715-1380
Bob’s Copy Shop
208 N Charter St., Madison, WI 53706
Fresh Madison Market
703 University Ave., Madison, WI 53715
Capitol Centre Market
111 N Broom St., Madison, WI 53703
600 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53792
202 S Park St Madison, WI 53715
UW Health Urgent Care Clinic – East Towne
4122 East Towne Blvd., Madison, WI 53704
Madison offers a variety of things to do before and after the conference sessions. One of the most popular warm weather traditions in Madison and the largest producer-only market in the US is the weekly Farmers’ Market located on the capitol square. Open at 6am, this is a must see before the Saturday conference sessions.
Within blocks of many of the conference hotels and one block from Thursday night’s dinner reception at Memorial Union is the iconic State Street. After checking out the State Street shops and restaurants, take time to stop by and tour the beautiful Wisconsin State Capitol. Tour the Capitol on your own or by guided tour to experience this stunning icon.
To search for other activities while in Madison view the Calendar of Events.
Wisconsin weather in late June is usually sunny and warm with temperatures averaging between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit (23 to 29 degrees Celsius). For current weather information, visit The Weather Channel site for Madison.
Wisconsin Union Conference Services Contact Information during the conference
***Prior to conference please call 608.890.1077