The Wisconsin Union is one organization comprised of two buildings—Memorial Union and Union South.
The new Union South, which opened on April 15, 2011, is nestled between the Computer Sciences and Statistics Building and Engineering Hall on the south side of campus. This building was designed in an organic prairie-style architecture, influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright.
This new building carries on the Wisconsin Union tradition of serving as the heart and soul of this great campus.
Activities at Union South
Union South is home to the following services and activities:
- Badger Bash
- Badger Market
- The Marquee
- The Sett
- Sun Garden—a common area with three-story windows, ideal for studying, meeting or just hanging out.
- Wisconsin Union Hotel
- Wiscard Office
Union South Construction
Watch the construction of Union South! This video uses images from March 3rd, 2009 to March 16, 2011 taken from the Space Science building over the noon hour to create the video.
Dining at Union South
Union South offers a variety of dining options, including:
To learn more about the building process of the new Union South click here.
To learn more about the referendum history of the Wisconsin Union Building Project click here.