The Student Activity Center 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.
The SAC is is the only student-run space on campus. ASM funds, manages, and allocates the space, including offices ranging from 50 to 750 square feet, conference rooms, a rooftop deck, study areas, and a multipurpose room.
Hours (subject to change)
Beginning February 1, the SAC will be open 10:00AM – 6:00PM daily.
Reservations are required for study spaces in the SAC. The links are below.
SAC Contact Information
Reservations for SAC Study Space
When you arrive for your reservation, you are required to check in with staff at the reception desk on 3rd floor. Please use the following links to reserve your seat:
3rd floor desk area
3rd floor Sunroom
ASM Bus Pass
In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection for everyone, there will be no in-person bus pass distribution for UW-Madison students this fall. Fall 2020 ASM Bus Passes will be mailed via the US Postal Service to eligible UW Madison students who place an order.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) is currently providing in-person services 10:00AM – 4:00PM, Monday – Friday on the 4th floor of the Student Activity Center (SAC). We ask that you schedule an appointment in advance. Our staff are also available and ready to assist students remotely by email or phone from 8:30AM – 4:30PM, Monday – Friday.
GUTS offers free tutoring and mentoring to hundreds of students and university affiliates each semester. All programs are in the process of shifting online.
Open Seat food pantry
The Open Seat strives to alleviate the stresses of food insecurity by providing friendly and accessible sources of food for the students of The University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Open Seat is continuing to to assist students who need to supplement their food budget through a weekly distribution of prepackaged food boxes at Union South.
StudentPrint is a student-run, nonprofit print shop on campus serving students, student organizations, professors, and the greater Madison community. In addition to safety precautions, the order and pick up system at StudentPrint is different this fall. You must set up an appointment to pick up orders and use the walk up services.
Tenant Resource Center
The Tenant Resource Center provides information and referrals, education about rental rights and responsibilities, and access to conflict resolution to renters and property owners. The TRC will not be providing in-person support this semester on campus, but they have staff and resources specifically dedicated to UW students.