Bucky meeting kids at the South Madison Partnership.

Alumni Resources

Once a Badger, always a Badger. The iSchool and UW-Madison has many resources to support your professional journey post graduation.

Campus Technology & Library Resources

Email Access

Due to the changing landscape of cloud application licensing and security, UW–‍Madison no longer allows  graduates to keep their @wisc.edu email accounts. More details can be found at the link below.

Learn more about email access

Net ID Access

You get keep your Net ID! You need your Net ID and password to access career resources like the iSchool’s Career Toolkit. Please hold on to this information in addition to your 10 digit Campus ID number. Need assistance retrieving it your NetID, you can contact the DoIT Help Desk.

DoIT Help Desk

Other Campus Software/Systems Access

Want to know which applications you will keep and which ones will expire upon graduation? Check out the DoIT Guide.

DoIT Guide 

Library Services For Alumni

As an alumni you will still have access to some UW-Library resources.

Alumni Library Resources

Career Services After Graduation

iSchool Resources

Graduates continue to have access to the iSchool Career Toolkit and the iSchool Jobs Blog and are free to make a career appointment with the MA Graduate Program Manager, Tanya Hendricks Cobb.

Career Toolkit        iSchool Jobs Blog


All alumni have access to career resources such as Big Interview and Handshake through SuccessWorks. SuccessWorks offers a range of career services, including: cover letter and resume review and interview prep. You will need your NetID and password to access these items.

SuccessWorks  Big Interview Handshake

Note: On-campus MA students many meet in-person with career Advisors at Success Works for up to a year from your graduation date. 

Wisconsin Alumni Association

The Wisconsin Alumni Association offers multiple resources for Badger grads, including Badger Bridge, a UW-Madison Alumni network to support you in your next career steps.

WAA Career Resources