Upcoming Events

 
Press Office Board
Mon Apr 21 @ 5:00PM - 06:30PM

Come to our weekly meetings in room 3161 of the SAC.

 
Student Services Finance Committee (SSFC)
Mon Apr 21 @ 6:30PM

SSFC meetings are on Monday and Thursday evenings in the Hearing Room, 4th Floor, SAC.

 
Legislative Affairs Committee
Mon Apr 21 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM

Meetings take place in the Caucus Room, 4th floor, SAC.

 
University Affairs Committee
Tue Apr 22 @ 6:00PM - 07:00PM

Meetings take place weekly in room 3118, Student Activity Center (SAC).

 
ASM Finance Committee
Tue Apr 22 @ 6:30PM - 09:00PM

Weekly meetings are held at 6:30 PM on Tuesdays in the Hearing Room, 4th Floor, SAC.

 
Sustainability Committee
Wed Apr 23 @ 5:30PM - 06:30PM

Meetings take place weekly in room 3161 of the SAC.

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Student Activity Center FAQ


Where is the Student Activity Center located?

The SAC is located on the third and fourth floors of the University Square building (333 East Campus Mall). The building resides between University Avenue and Johnson Street, bordered by Lake Street on the east side.

 

What is the purpose of the SAC?

The purpose of the SAC is to provide a centralized area where many UW-Madison organizations can work and collaborate. It provides organizations with office and storage space, as well as all the benefits that come with the creation of a brand new building. Some of those benefits include: state of the art meeting and conference rooms, a large rooftop deck, a multipurpose room equipped for dancing, a student art-lined gallery hallway, a kitchen that organizations can check out for cooking, a computer lab, and various study spaces for all students to enjoy.

 

I heard that the SAC is being paid for with segregated fees - who decided that?

In short, students decided. The project originated as an idea between several students in ASM and other key players on campus, such as University Health Services. ASM saw a need for more space on campus for RSOs and UHS was looking to be more centrally located on campus. To make sure we had the full support of the students, we put a referendum on the ballot several years ago for the ASM elections and it passed by a large margin. By passing it through a referendum, students showed their support and made the decision to move forward.

 

How can my organization apply for space in the SAC?

Space in the SAC is given out through a formal application and allocation process. Applications become available by November 1st of each year and are due on the study day of Fall semester. The SACGB will provide application trainings for organizations; new orgs are strongly encouraged to attend, as well as to tour the office spaces they are applying for. During the beginning of the spring semester, the SACGB will make paper cuts and interview organizations for each available office space. Leases that are approved will run from August 1st until June 30th of the following year.

 

Who will make the decision on what organizations get space in the new SAC?

Those decisions will be made by the SAC Governing Board, a committee of the Associated Students of Madison. For more information on the SAC Governing Board, see their webpage.

 

What else is in the University Square building?

University Square is made up of two different buildings – one which is the privately owned Steve Brown apartments, and one which includes the university services tower.

  • Underground: Parking for moped, bikes, and cars alike.
  • Floors 1 & 2: Ground level retail.
  • Floors 3 & 4: The Student Activity Center.
  • Floors 5-8: University Health Services.
  • Floors 9 & 10: Bursar's Office and Student Financial Aid Office.
  • Floors 10 & 11: Office of the Registrar

 

An informational map, parking details and information about the tenants and services provided at 333 East Campus Mall is located at:

http://www.news.wisc.edu/news/docs/SST333.pdf