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Campus 2024 resources for Summer Term students

UW–Madison offers a variety of ways you can continue to achieve your academic goals, meet your needs and take care of yourself as a Summer Term student. Whether you are learning online or in person this summer, check out these areas of support and services.

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Summer term housing in the UW–Madison University Residence Halls is available. We anticipate summer housing will be located in Dejope and Phillips Residence Halls. If you complete a housing contract for summer term, you could be assigned to either of these residence halls and the location is subject to change. Students will not be released from their summer term housing contract based on location.

Updated information on Summer Housing can be found on the UW–Madison University Housing website.

Food and dining

Campus dining halls will be limiting their hours and locations over the summer. Visit the dining website for hours, locations, prices and more.

Location / Venue

Meal Period


Saturday & Sunday

Four Lakes Market Breakfast 7–9 a.m. N/A
Brunch N/A 9 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Lunch 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. N/A
Dinner 4:30–6:30 p.m. 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Bean & Creamery 7 a.m.–2 p.m. 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Flamingo Run 10 a.m.–7 p.m. 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Starbucks 7 a.m.–3 p.m. 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
Carson’s Market CLOSED CLOSED
Gordon Avenue Market CLOSED CLOSED
Rheta’s Market CLOSED CLOSED

*Information accurate as of May 26, 2021, and subject to change. Visit dining hours for up-to-date information.

Health services

All Summer Term students have access to UHS services, from care for illnesses and injuries to preventive care, psychological and psychiatric care. To get started, call UHS at 608-265-5600 or log in to your MyUHS account. View more details about UHS services. (If you are not enrolled in summer courses, you can pay the Summer Health Fee to access care.)

If you’re new to Mental Health Services, schedule an Access Appointment, a 30-minute time where a clinician will listen to your concerns and determine next steps for clinical care. Medical Services requests appointments and is often able to accept drop-ins. All UHS services are unlimited, except for individual counseling; however, Mental Health Services offers unlimited Access Appointments, group counseling and crisis services.

Check out the UHS remote health page for virtual resources that include videos on coping, wellness, sleep, grief and relationships and wellness resources like on-demand fitness, yoga and meditation. There are also identity-specific resources for students of color, international students and LGBTQ+ students.

Staff at UHS want you to know that asking for help is sign of strength. Don’t hesitate to call their 24/7 mental health crisis line at 608-265-5600 (option 9) and the after-hours nurse triage line at 608-265-5600 (option 1).

Academic resources

As you hit the books this summer, check out this Academic Support portal so you know where to go when needs arise.

Undergraduate academic advisors are ready to engage with students using a variety of remote options — phone, video call or email. They’ll answer your questions about course selection and requirements or chat about other issues related to your life as a student. Find your academic advisor by using the Student Center in MyUW.

Libraries continue to offer in-person services, including book pickup, collection access, study spaces, computer labs and equipment checkout. Review the Summer Library Services and Library by Appointment pages to learn what’s available. Library staff can also help you find what you need via the Ask a Librarian chat service, or you can even text a librarian at 608-729-7886. Access the catalog anytime through the online search page.

The Writing Center is open for all your editorial needs this Summer Term. Services are virtual and include individual instruction, workshops, writing mentorships and graduate writing groups. Schedule an appointment with an instructor at WCOnline, where you can choose between virtual meetings and written feedback. The Writer Center summer workshops offer a quick and easy way to learn writing strategies, approaches to different genres of writing and English language conventions.

Tech trouble? Visit the DoIt Help Desk and call, email or chat with expert digital problem-solvers – all online. Summer hours for the Help Desk are Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–9 p.m. and Saturday–Sunday, noon–5 p.m.


Enjoy all that Madison has to offer, from outdoor adventures with Wisconsin Hoofers to hiking Picnic Point. No matter where you are spending your summer, enjoy outdoor adventures and take some fresh air into your lungs. Just be sure to do so safely, following local COVID guidelines.

The Terrace at the Memorial Union is open for business and fun this summer! Check out the summer lineup to see what exciting opportunities are waiting for you in the sun!