Important Commencement Reminders

Congratulations families of graduating students! We are enthused to celebrate your students this weekend and are writing to share important reminders for the week. They include: Sending a Tribute message to the graduating class Student tickets …

Supporting Your Student’s Mental Health

In case you missed it, watch a recording of our town hall event from April 29th on supporting your student’s mental health and well-being.

COVID-19 Weekly Update #17

This message covers How to get vaccinated on campus now What if I’m already vaccinated? Do I still need to wear a mask? How much longer do I need to test? Testing site changes  Getting …

Tributes for Graduating Students

In order to recognize and celebrate your students and your family, we invite you to create a video message for your student and the graduating class. There is no charge to use these services — …

Preparing for Commencement

If your student is graduating and planning to attend the in-person Spring Commencement ceremony, there’s a few things they need to do first to ensure everyone’s safety. Students should make sure they have the Safer Badgers app, and get tested so it turns green to give them access. Also, graduating students must register to attend the ceremony via Canvas.

University Housing Spring Move-Out

As a reminder, all residents will need to select a time slot to move out of the residence halls at the end of the semester. Sign-ups for move-out are now available in My UW Housing. Move-out runs from April 30–May 9 at noon, and students should vacate their room within 24 hours of their last final exam.

Managing Summer Sublets

At this time of year, many students are planning for summer, including subletting their campus-area rented rooms and apartments while they’re away. Finding someone to sublet a student’s rental might be a good option, but …

COVID-19 Weekly Update #16

As we head into the final weeks of the semester, we thank you for everything you have done to support the health and safety of our community by following our COVID-19 protocols. It’s critical we …