Madison Business College

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Madison Business College was the name of a business college in Madison, Wisconsin, founded in 1858.


The college was also known as Northwestern Business College and School of Shorthand,[1] Capital City Commercial College, Madison College, Madison Junior College, and Madison Junior Business College; it closed on September 22, 1998.[2][3]

Steiger's Educational Directory for 1878 classified it as, "Institute of Penmanship and Telegraph; Classical, Scientific and Musical Academy".[4] In the mid-1880s, it issued at least two copies of a magazine named The School Visitor.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable alumni include:


Coordinates: 42°59′43″N 89°31′04″W / 42.99528°N 89.51778°W / 42.99528; -89.51778