University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Advising & Career Services Continuity

UW-Madison is committed to the continuity of undergraduate advising and career services in the event of an emergency disruption resulting in the need to shift operations to better serve students. Recommended resources below provide a range of tools and guidance for undergraduate advisors and career services professionals.

General Guidance (updated 9/10/20)

It is expected that advisors, advising units, and career services use remote options for appointments/access during the period in which instruction at UW-Madison will be remote. We do not want to unnecessarily expose staff to illness; therefore, virtual services will be our most viable option.

Appointments should be scheduled using normal methods: Starfish, phone, or in some cases email.

See the full list of general guidance updates

Latest Updates

  • Advising and Career Services During COVID-19 – Students can find information on how to remotely meet with their academic and career advisors
  • Spring Enrollment 2021 – Students can find information on how to explore courses, prepare for enrollment, build their schedule, and enroll
  • COVID-19 Response – Latest updates, information, and planning
  • YOU@WISC – Students, faculty, and staff can use this online portal specifically designed for UW-Madison to foster student success in three domains: Succeed, Thrive, and Matter

While UW-Madison supports multiple platforms to facilitate remote meetings, the tools referred to above are highly recommended in order to prevent students from having to learn multiple new systems.

These platforms are also supported by DoIT if you have questions or need assistance.

For questions about or issues with platforms supported by UW-Madison, please check current outages or contact DoIT Help.