UPDATE 9/11/20: With the recent news that the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus is experiencing an uptick in COVID-19 cases, we will be treading lightly as to how we accept new students and allow current student members to use the space.  We appreciate your patience as we navigate this situation.

CURRENT STUDENT MEMBERS: If you are a current student member at Brix Coworking, please be cautious when in the space and do not come in if you feel sick, are getting sick, going into quarantine or are already in quarantine.

UW-Madison Grad Students: Come Study at Brix Coworking!

We know that COVID has changed many things in how we operate and go about our lives. With classes now in session, we know that the struggle of finding a consistent place to study is a real concern.

We are very excited to announce that we are working closely with the building management to provide a clean and safe work space for students as the school year begins. This partnership is allowing us to offer a discount to all undergraduate and graduate students with a valid student ID card on Flex and Dedicated desks.

We have also developed a new referral program exclusively for student members. For each referral that results in new member signing up, you will receive $5 off of your monthly membership for the duration of their membership period. There is no limit to the number of referrals that you can make, so there is a potential that you can reduce your monthly membership fee significantly. All they have to do is mention your name when filling out the membership paperwork and the discount will be applied to your next month’s payment.

We are so excited to get this started and for all of the students to return to Madison!

If you have any questions or would like more information, please reach out to Ashley in our Downtown Madison location (608-509-4171 or info@brixcoworking.com) or, if you prefer to distance yourself from campus a bit, Matt in our Monona location on the Beltline (608-509-4129 or monona@brixcoworking.com)

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