CAREER SERVICES OFFICES

There are several career services offices on campus to meet the unique needs of the many majors offered at UW-Madison.

CAREER PLANNING

Career planning is an important part of your academics at UW-Madison, whether you wish to gain work experience in the U.S., back home, or in another country. It’s never too early to start mapping your career path. We encourage you to take advantage of the career services offices on campus. UW-Madison career services offices are…

FINDING A JOB ON CAMPUS

A student in F-1 status may work up to 20 hours per week on campus while enrolled in a full course of study (12 credits for undergraduates, eight credits for graduate students, three credits for dissertators). As a full-time student, you do not need permission to work on-campus up to 20 hours per week. You will need…

SOCIAL SECURITY

How do I apply for a Social Security Number (SSN)? Social Security Number Processing Times Social Security Frequently Asked Questions

F1 EMPLOYMENT

On-campus employment is a benefit for F-1 students who are not in violation of their F-1 student visa status. On-campus jobs include places of employment on the UW-Madison campus and for the benefit of UW-Madison students. During the Fall/Spring: No more than 20 hours per week All employment combined (including any authorized off-campus employment) During…

TAXES

Tax Day for individuals extended to May 17: Treasury, IRS extend filing and payment deadline Click below for more details Federal Tax Filing Extension State Tax Filing ExtensionDid you receive a stimulus check? Economic Impact Payments (Payments) from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)  and American Rescue Plan Act of 2021…