Campus Updates Plans for Summer

Effective Monday, May 10, guidelines have been updated for students, faculty, and staff planning to access the UW–Madison campus. These guidelines address summer building access,…

Vaccine Appointments Available on Campus

University Health Services (UHS) has COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for employees and students. All UW–Madison employees are encouraged to get vaccinated and help protect the…

Outside Employment Reporting for University Staff

UW–Madison University Staff employees are not prohibited from accepting outside employment, provided that the outside employment does not interfere with their duties to the university.

Campus Update on COVID-19 and Plans for Summer

Campus leadership has announced some changes to campus activities after the end of the spring semester. Beginning Monday, May 10, new guidelines will be in…

Furlough Reduction for Faculty and Staff

On April 16, 2021, campus leadership announced a change to the employee furlough program originally implemented in January 2021 (Round Two of Campus-wide, Intermittent Furlough).

UW Bulk Mail Center Closing Permanently

Due to budget concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UW–Madison Bulk Mail service will close permanently on May 15. Bulk Mail employees will be…

Job Titles and Position Descriptions to Be Updated November 2021

Last week, UW–Madison in partnership with UW System announced the Title and Total Compensation (TTC) Project will resume plans to implement a new title and…

More Opportunities for Vaccines for Employees

University Health Services is now offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all employees at UW–Madison, including in-person and remote employees. To search for and schedule appointments…

COVID-19 Testing Exemption for Vaccinated People

Effective Wednesday, March 17, employees and students who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are no longer required to participate in routine on-campus testing. Your Badger…

Help Make UW–Madison a Drug-Free Workplace

All faculty and staff are encouraged to contribute to a drug-free workplace. You can do this by learning the facts about substance abuse, encouraging others…