New International Student Accomodations During SOAR
Please arrive a few days before your orientation activities so you can be well rested and alert. Many of you may not be able to move into your residence halls or apartments right away. Here is a list of temporary housing options until you can move into your hall or apartment:
Rooms have been reserved at the DoubleTree Hotel, located close to campus. Rooms must be booked by July 21st to receive the special "UW-Madison International Student Rate."
525 West Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53703
Room Rate: 1 king bed or 2 double beds are available for $99 per night.
- Refrigerator and Microwave in all rooms
- Complimentary Wireless Internet
- Badgerland Bar & Grill on-site serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
- 24 hour Fitness Center & Business Center
- Indoor Heated Pool and Whirlpool
- Complimentary Shuttle Service to University of Wisconsin and anywhere within a 2 mile radius
- Complimentary Dane County Regional Airport Shuttle Service
Please contact the DoubleTree Hotel and reference group code "SOR" when making a reservation. You may also reserve your room through this link http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/M/MSNDTDT-SOR-20130820/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG.
As a service, you may post on the ISS Facebook if you would like to find a roommate to stay with.
The International Cooperative House
The International Cooperative House is run by 26 housemates are from all over the world. We may have some rooms available between August 15 and September 1 for short term visitors.http://www.madisoncommunity.coop/house.cfm?HouseID=3 608-283-6333
Rooms may be rented for single, double, or triple occupancy. Daily, weekly, and four-week contracts are available. Guest staying more than four weeks may obtain special rates by signing a contract and paying a $100 damage deposit.
All rental periods of less than six weeks require an entire payment in advance. Charge cards are NOT accepted. Personal checks are accepted from Wisconsin residents only. Non-residents can pay with Traveler Checks or cash.
To get the latest rates and availability information, or to make a reservation, call 608-262-2270 or email email@example.com
Parking is available adjacent to the dorms for $7/day and $3.50/half-day. Permits may be purchased in Room B111 Jorns Hall when checking in. Parking is free Saturdays and Sundays and from 4:30pm – 7:00am on weekdays.
Check-in is between 12 noon and 11 p.m. Check-out is 11 a.m. after the evening of your stay. When making your reservation, be sure to indicate your anticipated arrival time. Reservations are held until 11 p.m. the day of your expected arrival. If delayed, please call to change or cancel your reservation. There is a recorded voice message in the voice mail system at (608)262-2270 after office hours.
For more information, contact:
116 Agriculture Hall / 1450 Linden Dr. / Madison, WI 53706
Hostel and Guest Rooms
Memorial Union Guest Rooms
Phone: (608) 262-1583
Phone: (608) 441-0144
Lowell Center / Wisconsin Center Guest House
Phone: (608) 256-2621
If you would like to apply to live in university students' housing, or family and dependent housing, write to:
University Housing- Slichter Hall.
625 Babcock Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 262-2522
Visitors and Information Program 's Off-Campus Housing Office provides housing vacancy listings of apartments, houses, efficiencies, rooms, and private residence halls for rent to the 30,000 UW-Madison students who live in privately owned housing. Consumer information on tenant rights and responsibilities is also available.
Visitor and Information Program Campus Area Housing
Phone: (608) 263-2400
Private residence hall communities and apartments located very near to the UW-Madison campus.
Tenant Resource Center
The Tenant Resource Center is a local not-for-profit agency that offers housing counseling to students in our new campus office. They can help you find housing, understand your rental rights and responsibilities, and answer questions about security deposits and lease agreements, getting repairs made, eviction, small claims court and more. They offer additional information to international students who may be unfamiliar with US and Wisconsin laws about property ownership and renting. Find them in the ASM office in the Student Activity Center. You can also e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 561-3727 or visit www.tenantresourcecenter.org.
Madison Campus and Downtown Living
Greater Madison Visitor Bureau
Campus Area Housing List Services