Information for Graduating Students
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.
ITS-provided Computing Services
Standard Computing Services
Your current ITS-provided Standard Computing Services will continue as long as the Law School has you designated as "Active in Program" (for roughly a term after graduation). Alumni retain access to some, but not all, of those services.
See What Happens to Your Uniqname, Directory Profile, and Computing Services After You Leave U-M for details.
You are encouraged to close out your account to avoid losing e-mail messages or files stored in IFS.
Lifelong E-mail Forwarding
E-mail forwarding is a service that uses the MCommunity Directory to re-route e-mail messages sent to your @umich.edu address to your current e-mail account. You won't have to worry about making sure everyone knows how to contact you after graduation because many of your classmates already have your U-M email address. When you change e-mail providers, remember to keep your UMICH e-mail forwarding address current.
Law School Alumni Services
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
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.