First-year Interest Groups (FIGs)

Get connected, fulfill general education requirements, and meet other new Huskies!
FIGs are peer-guided clusters of courses that small groups of students take together during their first quarter at the UW. For more than 27 years, FIGs have helped students get connected quickly while fulfilling General Education requirements in some of the University’s most popular courses.

2015 FIGs will be available in June 2015. Please check back for more information!

If you need more information about FIG Classes, please email cluster@uw.edu. For general information about the program and connecting with peer educators or first year students email fyp@uw.edu

UW First Year Programs

Undergraduate Academic Affairs
University of Washington

120 Mary Gates Hall
Box 352825
Seattle, WA 98195-2825

Hours: 8am–5pm (PST)
Phone: (206) 543-4905
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We empower entering students to become engaged and confident learners by facilitating supportive communities and creating educational experiences.

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