Badger Family Forums are virtual events that bring together a group of campus experts who answer your questions about a particular topic. Hosted by the Parent and Family Program on the first Friday of every …
Despite the snowy, cold weather, graduating students — about 1,200 of the 1,750 doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s students earning degrees this semester — flocked to the Kohl Center on Sunday to celebrate commencement with classmates, friends and family.
The Badger Parents Club is a new opportunity that helps foster your connection to the UW campus. Through a minimum annual gift of $250, you will help students participate in all elements of the Wisconsin Experience and receive unique membership benefits.
Want to meet some of the veterans and service members in the campus community, including students, employees and alumni? The Badger Veteran Photo project highlights dozens of them, with photos of Badgers in uniform and in everyday life.
Here are some of the most memorable and captivating images from 2022, chosen for their stories and surprises, for the rush or the hush of a singular moment or for the feeling of needing to know more about what exactly was happening at that moment in time.
Parents and families play an important role in coaching their students through the pits and peaks of the college experience. But as students come home for break, it may be hard to know how to help. Help your student maintain perspective with these messages.