Adams Campus

Welcome to the Adams Campus!

Mid-State's Adams Campus plays an important role in the community. We provide in-depth hands-on education and job training. We are also a trusted partner and resource for local businesses and K–12 schools.

The Adams Campus offers numerous associate degree and technical diploma programs as well as a multitude of continuing education offerings. The Campus features:

Check out the complete list of degree programs offered at the Adams Campus.

Our newly renovated health lab provides a dynamic and collaborative learning environment for students in the Nursing Assistant program. Anyone can access GED/HSED, career awareness, computer basics, and other adult education classes in our Academic Learning Center.

Adams Campus also includes a student lounge. Also, classrooms and meeting spaces on Campus are often rented for meetings and conferences.

Learn more in the Campus Services below.

If you have any questions about the Adams Campus or surrounding community, please reach out to me directly.

Heather Jones, Adams Office Manager


Campus Services

Mid-State’s Adams Campus offers a unique mix of services and opportunities tailored to the communities it serves. Below are some of the options at this campus.

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Learning Opportunities

Continuing Education
Mid-State’s continuing education offers something for everyone! Browse the affordable and free courses we offer to enrich your life or grow as a professional.

Degree Programs
A wide variety of degree programs can be completed fully on the Adams Campus. These include technical diplomas and associate in applied science degrees.

Workforce Training
Talent development courses and customized employee training programs help central Wisconsin businesses recruit, develop, and retain a highly skilled workforce.


Meet with an academic advisor to make a plan for success as you work toward your educational and career goals. 

Career Services
Personalized career planning services connect education and the world of work for Mid-State students and alumni. 

Our student success counselors support students in a variety of ways outside of academic advising. 

Disability Services
Accommodations ensure equal access to education for students with learning, sensory, emotional, or physical disabilities.  

Dislocated Workers
Help and resources for workers and employers in the event of staff reductions, business closings, and mass layoffs.

Financial Aid
Support and resources for students to access government-funded grants, student loans, and work-study employment to help pay for college.

Academic Learning Center
This is your hub for adult education and much more. This is your stop for career awareness classes. You'll also find the GED/HSED program and English language learning (ELL) instruction here.



Facility Rentals
State-of-the-art spaces for rent, including training rooms, conference rooms, and computer labs. All have updated technology to support delivery methods, various room configurations, and wireless internet.

Electric Vehicle Charging
Mid-State’s electric vehicle charging stations are free and available to the public. Check out the charging station located in the parking lot on the north side of the Adams Campus.


The Student Services & Information Center (SSIC) is located at the main entrance. This area connects students to the resources they need for a smooth transition from application to graduation. It is also the “Information desk” for everything Mid-State: class registration, advising and counseling appointments, and more.

Monday – Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Monday – Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Your hub for adult education, career awareness classes, the GED/HSED program, English language learning (ELL) instruction, and much more.

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Virtual Support by Appointment Only - visit our scheduling page


Monday – Thursday
7:45 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.