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Information for Graduating Students

Congratulations 3Ls!

Graduating students have several options available for continuing to take advantage of some ITS-provided computing services. Click on the links below for more details.

This page also provides information on Law School technology services available to alumni.


Frequently Asked Questions
ITS-Provided Computing Services
Law School Alumni Services


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I am graduating soon but will be staying here during the summer to study for the Bar. Will I still be able to access wireless and print to the Law School printers?

A:

Wireless: You do not lose your access to MWireless after you graduate.

Printing: You will continue to be able to print for about 2 months after you graduate (or as long as the Law School considers you "active in program").


Q: When will Law School graduates lose access to their UMICH accounts?

A: You will not lose access to your email (or calendar) account. This policy went into effect after the university switched to Google in 2012.

For more information about what happens to other services after you graduate, go to http://www.itcs.umich.edu/accounts/endaccount/


Q: I store a lot of my files in M+Box. Do I get to keep that after I graduate?

A: No. M+Box is a service that goes away when you are no longer considered "active in program" by the Law School.


Q: How will I know when my computing services are going to end?

A: You will receive a number of emails from U-M Information and Technology Services describing what services will end and what you should do before they do end.



ITS-provided Computing Services

Information for Graduating Students



Law School Alumni Services

Alum Network
Alumni Relations maintains the Alum Network to provide a way for alumni to connect with fellow U-M Law graduates. The Alumni Network site contains a searchable online directory and career resources, including job postings:

  • Alumni Job Bulletin -- a job posting board that¬†includes private and public sector positions

 

Career Planning
The Office of Career Planning offers a variety of online resources as well as on-going career counseling to help graduates obtain their career goals.


 
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