SSA is pleased to help alumni access resources of the School and University, as well as to the alumni network. For more information, contact Yelene Modley, associate director of alumni relations and the SSA Fund.

Academic Programs and Transcripts

For transcripts, please contact the University of Chicago Registrar's Office directly at 773.702.7891.

You may also contact the Dean of Students Office, who can assist with additional questions about your academic program at 773.702.1135.

CNet ID and E-mail Forwarding

Students may keep their CNetIDs after they graduate or leave the University, and alumni who have never or no longer have CNetIDs may claim new ones. Your CNetID and password will give you access to alumni services, including: e-mail forwarding, the ability to order online transcripts and to access the University wireless network, and the ability to access SSA’s jobs and alumni contact databases.

Job Postings

If you are a potential employer, don’t hesitate to contact Michael Jogerst, assistant dean and director of Career Services, at 773.702.1173 or by email with any questions.

Alumni may search for jobs or alumni contact database by using SSA’s databases. 

University of Chicago Resources Available to All Alumni

The University of Chicago Alumni Association sponsors an alumni insurance program. Most products are available to UChicago alumni, students, faculty, and staff, as well as their spouses, domestic partners, parents, children, and siblings.

Learn more about access and privileges for University of Chicago alumni. 

Online Community
Search the Alumni & Friends Online Community. Connect and learn, give, volunteer, and manage your profile.

Resources Available to SSA Alumni

Library Benefits

SSA alumni have access to five important research databases and thousands of publications from any off-campus computer with an Internet connection. Read more.

Social Service Review

Social Service Review offers SSA alumni subscriptions at a discounted rate. Subscription to the electronic edition also allows alumni to access full-text contributions by social welfare pioneers such as Jane Addams, Florence Kelley, and Grace and Edith Abbott.

To subscribe, call the University of Chicago Press at 773.753.3347 or visit the journal’s home page.

Alumni SPIF
Jeff Simms

Jeff Simms, AM '12

"I chose to study social work, and especially policy, because I believe working at that level is where one can truly affect some of the wider causes of poverty and homelessness."

Elizabeth LeRoy

Elizabeth LeRoy, AM '15

“SSA has a lot to offer incoming students. The University has many resources for professional development as well that further enhance the coursework and fieldwork at SSA.”