From the Guide to Graduate Student Life at UW Madison, starting page 52:
International Student Services (ISS)
An essential resource on campus for international students is International Student Services. Throughout your stay here, ISS staff is available to help you with particular issues that you may face as an international student. You can find us in the following ways:
- Office hours: Weekdays 10 a.m.–4 p.m. at 217 Red Gym (716 Langdon St)
- Online advice and information: www.iss.wisc.edu.
- Phone: 608-262-2044, weekdays 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
- E-mail (general): email@example.com
- Web: http://www.iss.wisc.edu
ISS also provides programs and workshops for all international students and their family members to help ease adjustment to this new cultural, educational, and social environment.
Another major function of the ISS office is to assist international students and their families in maintaining their non-immigrant visa status and to inform them of all the programs and services available. In addition, ISS collaborates with other student service offices and academic department/programs to design and provide international education programs for all members of the university community in order to advance the university strategic goal of internationalizing the campus.
Madison Friends of International Students, Inc. (MFIS)
A community organization that, for over 50 years, has been connecting UW–Madison international students, scholars, and their families with individuals from the Madison community as a way to create global goodwill, understanding, and friendship around the world.
English as a Second Language: http://www.english.wisc.edu/esl/
5134 Helen C. White Hall, 263-3780
Greater University Tutorial Service (GUTS): http://guts.studentorg.wisc.edu
302A Union South, 263-5666