Current Transfer Students

As a current University of Washington Transfer Student, it is up to you to shape your Husky Experience. The resources below are a great place to start! Having trouble finding a specific resource? Don't hesitate to contact us!

  • Registered Student Organization Directory

    Interested in joining a club on campus, but not sure where to start? The Registered Student Organization Directory lists the hundreds of organizations on campus, as well as how to get in contact with the officers who lead them. 

  • On Campus Housing

    Whether you currently live on campus and are interested in reapplying for another year, or you are a first-time applicant for on campus housing, the Housing and Food Services website has all of the information you need to know in order to live in one of the residence halls at the University of Washington. 

  • Career & Internship Center

    The Career & Internship Center offers several resources for students looking for a variety of opportunities. Whether you are looking for a short-term internship, or getting ready to graduate and start your career, the counselors at the Career & Internship Center can help you find the opportunity that works for you. To stay updated on upcoming resume building workshops, career/internship fairs, or to make an appointment for mock interview, visit the Career & Internship Center website

  • Student Veteran Life

    If you are a student veteran, the Office of Student Veteran Life is a great resource for you! The office serves as a place for student veterans to study and get connected with fellow students. The Student Veteran Life website has more information about the space, as well as helpful resources for veterans. 

  • Advising

    General academic advisors typically support pre-major and undecided students, but can help all students navigate their academic pathways. Departmental advisors are for students who have specific majors or are interested in a specific field. Students may see both general and departmental advisors.

  • Libraries

    UW has 13 different libraries, which is significantly more than most community college campuses. Some of the libraries on campus have resources for specific areas of study.

  • Financial Aid

    The UW has 3 different offices that provide fiscal services and financial information.

    1. Student Fiscal Services: Information about how and when to pay tuition along with budgeting assistance
    2. Financial Aid: Loans, need-based grants and scholarships and work study
    3. Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards: Merit-based grants, awards and scholarships

  • Transfer Student Initiative

    With the University of Washington's ever-growing population of transfer students, we are striving to expand the University's resources for transfers, recognizing how their needs may differ from other first year students. To stay updated on the Initiative, as well as view upcoming opportunities specifically for transfer students, visit our Transfer Student Initiative page.