Submissions will close on September 10, 2020 at 5PM PDT.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions!
Dawg Daze is successful with the help of on and off campus partnerships. You can get involved by submitting an event, volunteering, or being a sponsor.
For returning users
- Log-in to the Dawg Daze website (If you have forgotten your password, then click “Lost your password?” below the sign-in box)
- Select “Dawg Daze Events” in the left navigation area.
- Select your event’s title
- Edit the content of your event as needed
- Select “Submit for Review” in order to update your information
For new users
Create a log-in:
- Click here to open this site’s admin panel in a new window.
- Enter a user name and your email address
- Click the “Register” button
- Check your email for the password
- Log-in using the username that you created and the email that was sent to your email account
Submit the event for review:
- Log-in to the Dawg Daze website
- Under the section “Dawg Daze Events in the left navigation area, select “Add New”
- Fill in all of the required fields in order
- Select “Submit for Review”
There has been multiple issues occurring with our event submission system that we are currently trying to fix. If you have not heard back from us 48 hours after submission, please contact us through our email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
On-campus, daytime (8am-5pm)
If you will be using a classroom or event space for meeting at a UW facility for an event, your date and time will be constrained to the days and times when space is available. That being said, we have a lot of great programming times available for you!
- 8a-5p, Thursday, September 24, 2020
- 8a-5p, Friday, September 25, 2020
- 8a-5p, Saturday, September 26, 2020
- 8a-3p, Monday, September 28, 2020
- 10a-5p, Tuesday, September 29, 2020
- 10a-5p, Wednesday, September 30, 2020 – First Day of School
- 10a-5p, Thursday, October 1, 2020
- 10a-5p, Friday, October 2, 2020
- 8a-5p, Saturday, October 3, 2020
On-campus, evening (after 5pm)
If you will be using a classroom or event space for events, we will approve on a case-by-case basis based on space availability- We’ll do what we can to make it all work!
You are providing or renting your own space off-campus, we will approve on a case-by-case basis and ask that you avoid programming in conflict with the larger Dawg Daze events.
How do I submit an event to Dawg Daze?
You can submit an event to be approved and added to the Dawg Daze schedule. First you must create a Wordpress account and follow the directions listed in the "Event Submission" drop down.
I created an account but I still cannot access the Wordpress website, what should I do?
You should have received a confirmation email which included your log-in name and password. Be sure to check your junk-mail and if you are still having trouble, contact us at email@example.com.
What date/times can I offer my event?
We will work with you to find a date/time for your event that does not conflict with a Dawg Daze Key Event. Check the "Available Time Slots" drop down to see the list of dates/times we recommend you host your event at.
How do I request a room on campus for my event?
Rooms are available on a case-by-case basis and on space availability. Submit your event with your preferred space.
I submitted my event, when will I hear back?
We will contact you via email to confirm your event.
If your Dawg Daze event has been approved, you are welcome to use our logo on your marketing!
Are you a department that wants to table at Student Activities Fair (Red Square)? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, your department will be added to a first-come first-serve list for the opportunity to table on the Thursday of Student Activities Fair.
Tabling at Student Activities Fair is reserved for sponsors as they support the funding of Dawg Daze. If there is enough space, departments will be contacted in early September and assigned a location at the event.
Through participation in Dawg Daze an entering student will:
- Be exposed to a variety of people on our campus and see that it consists of people from different ethnicities, interests, backgrounds, and areas of the world.
- Connect with new and returning students at the university during their first week on campus.
- Be able to self-identify one new area of academic or social area of interest after the completion of Dawg Daze.
- Be able to identify at least two concepts or areas of involvement that will help them be successful as a student at the university.
We welcome and encourage events specifically for transfer students. We recommend you have "transfer" in the title. Help us support the transfer population, learn more at Transfer Student Initiative and contact us at email@example.com.
Dawg Daze is a campus-wide event, we work closely with campus partners to make Dawg Daze successful. Meet the rest of the Dawg Daze team!
Roberta Bustamante Facilities Services and Grounds Management Juliette Piboonvaranggoon Health Sciences and UW Medicine Andrea Godniz Burke Museum Trevor Whiton Student Activities Office Kara Carlson Housing and Food Services Alexa Forster Housing and Food Services Dean Masuccio Housing and Food Services Sara Griggs Office of Ceremonies David Hotz Fraternity and Sorority Life Jim Turner Facilities Services Shalom Muprhy The HUB Adam Serafin UW Recreation/The HUB Sara Torres The HUB Cicero Delfin Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Dani Smith Intercollegiate Athletics Jacob Brett Transportation Services Julie Gillespie UW Recreation Linda Whang UW Libraries
Fatima Alsinai Aspen-Marie Tong Marin Bando May Wang Bruce Clarke Justin Ho Anny Qiu Sharon Ryu Molly Wu Heejin Han Annie Xia Mia Kim