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CDIS Parent Program

CDIS Parent Program

As parents, your support and involvement in your student’s journey can play a pivotal role in their success. Stay connected and informed about their experience at the UW-Madison School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences.

Get Connected

Stay Informed

Join the CDIS Parent Program to be sure you hear about school news, upcoming events, and ways you can help your child succeed.

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Hire CDIS Students

Find top talent for internships or full-time roles at your company by connecting with our Corporate Relations team.

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Make a Gift

UW-Madison wouldn’t be as strong as it is without the support of our generous donors. Consider giving back to CDIS to help ensure the experience for all students is top-notch.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How can my student get assistance to reach their academic goals?

All undergraduate students will be assigned to an academic advisor. CDIS majors are in the College of Letters & Science. Students interested in a CDIS major will be assigned to an academic advisor in L&S Academic Advising Services (AAS). Once they have met their major declaration requirements, they will be assigned to a major advisor. Graduate students should work through their department.

What tutoring services are available to students?

There are many tutoring and learning support services available to students around campus, including group tutoring, peer mentors, and instructor office hours.

How will my student find a career or internship?

UW-Madison has many services available to help students find jobs and internships. Students are encouraged to meet with a career advisor to learn more. In addition, there are several job fairs throughout the year to network and connect with employers.

What ways can my student get involved on campus?

What scholarships are available to CDIS students?

The Wisconsin Scholarship Hub (WiSH) is a great place to start for students looking for scholarship opportunities.

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