COVID-19 Public Health Concern Reporting

UW–Madison continues to provide COVID-19 testing as part of the Safer Badgers program while also encouraging COVID-19 vaccinations.

Starting May 10, a green Badger Badge will no longer be required to access most campus spaces. However, we expect all students and staff to maintain a green badge, as certain spaces and events may require one. Everyone, regardless of vaccination status, should continue to follow all health and safety policies including wearing a mask and practicing physical distancing.

To protect the health and safety of members of the university community, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has determined everyone on campus will be required to wear face coverings in all indoor public spaces, including classrooms, and outside when physical distancing is not possible. In addition, students living off campus may be held responsible for behavior which violates public health directives.

Please use this form to submit a complaint alleging a violation of the health and safety policies.

COVID-19 Public Health Concern Form

Rights and Responsibilities

Students have the right to live and learn in safe environments.

OSCCS is responsible for upholding all students’ rights.

Students have the obligation to act with integrity, inside and outside of the classroom.

OSCCS has the responsibility to consistently and fairly follow university policies and procedures.

Students are accountable for the consequences of their actions.

OSCCS follows an educational and restorative approach to addressing student misconduct.

Our Staff

Tonya Schmidt

Position title: Assistant Dean of Students and Director

Email: tonya.schmidt@wisc.edu

Nicholas Oleksy

Position title: Associate Director

Email: nicholas.oleksy@wisc.edu

Ryan Podolak

Position title: Student Conduct Coordinator

Email: Ryan.Podolak@wisc.edu

Jennifer Van Roy

Position title: Student Conduct Coordinator

Email: jlvanroy@wisc.edu

Diana Madrigal

Position title: OSCCS Administrator

Email: dmadrigal2@wisc.edu

OSCCS also works with staff in University Housing to investigate cases involving students residing on-campus, instructors investigating incidents of academic misconduct, and the students, faculty, and staff of the misconduct committee who hear cases per university policies.