- School of Nursing (SoN) -The School of Nursing is located on the far west end of campus within the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics building.
- Health Science Learning Center (HSLC) -is the site of classroom instruction and clinical skills training for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
- Student Communications Room -K6/162 is dedicated to nursing students only, providing them with a space they can congregate in large or small groups to study or socialize.
- Lockers - Lockers are available for students to use during the academic year.
- Maps/Directions - Directions to the School of Nursing and a map of the campus.
- Transportation - Bicycle Paths - The campus bike paths connect the Clinical Science Center (CSC) to other parts of the campus. Bicycle racks are located at the Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC) and at East and West sides of the CSC. Bicycles are not permitted in the building nor block sidewalks or driveways. Moped parking is available at the Rennebohm Pharmacy Hall. Campus Bus - Campus buses (Madison Metro routes 80, 81, 82 & 85) are free. Patrons do not need to display a bus pass or pay a cash fare to ride. No form of identification is required for boarding. Madison Metro Bus - The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) Bus Pass Program provides access to mass transportation for students of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Funded by students for students, the program entitles almost all students of the University to a pass valid for unlimited rides on the local bus and paratransit system, Madison Metro. To obtain a Fall 2009-10 student bus pass, visit the ASM web site at:http://www.asm.wisc.edu/buspass.html. WESTERN CAMPUS - The U-Pass provides students free city bus service when they show their student ID. Route information is available in the telephone book or calling 608/789-7350.
- Visitor and Information Programs - is a centralized information and referral program for students, faculty, staff, campus visitors and anyone with a question about UW-Madison services and programs. VIP has information on academic matters, social and recreational events, community resources, visitor attractions, transportation, health, and many other topics.
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