Resources for Graduate Students
The programs and resources listed below represent several options for you to expand your UW-Madison experience beyond the bounds of academia.
Included are resources to help connect with other students, faculty and
We encourage you to access the academic, social, cultural and professional development opportunities available on campus.
Graduate Student Professional Development
The Graduate School, through the Office of Professional Development and Engagement, provides information about professional development
activities via the Web and a monthly e-newsletter, GradLink@Madison.
This office collaborates with numerous campus groups to develop activities
aimed at strengthening a wide rage of abilities, including effective teaching,
writing, peer mentoring,
career development and other issues related to graduate education. For more
information see the GSPD Web site or email
Graduate Student Collaborative (GSC)
Connecting grad students to one another, the university and the community
The Graduate Student Collaborative is dedicated to enhancing the involvement, personal development, and quality of life of graduate students by acting as a resource, a voice, and a link within the Graduate School. GSC is engaged in outreach, professional development and social programs. Find out more by visiting the GSC Web site.