Yes. The beautiful UW-Madison campus is architecturally and historically rich. You can sign up for an official UW-Madison tour through Campus and Visitor Relations: http://info.wisc.edu/plan-your-visit/. The campus tour does not include the School of Social Work Building, but you are welcome to stop by and walk through our building during normal business hours. It is a small four story building with classrooms, a student lounge, a state-of-the-art Practice Skills Lab, faculty offices, and a library.
Prospective student interested in the Full-Time MSW Program should consider attending an Information Session during the summer or fall. This is your opportunity to meet our academic advisors and other prospective students, ask questions, and learn more about the program. To register for an information session, see this page: https://socwork.wisc.edu/infosession. Prospective students interested in the Part-Time MSW Program can also follow this link to request more information and get in touch with a Program academic advisor.
You can also visit a Social Work class with permission from the instructor.
- To look up Social Work classes, go to: http://registrar.wisc.edu/schedule_of_classes_students.htm and click on "Public Class Search"
- For Subject, choose "Social Work"
- Scroll down to find the "Class Meeting / Instructor" section and fill out days and times that work for you
- Click on "Search"
- Click on "View Sections" for any course you are interested in attending and find the instructor's name. You can find instructor contact information on our website at: https://socwork.wisc.edu/facstaff.all in order to request permission to visit their class.