Meet other new Huskies, talk with academic advisers, and register for classes—all in the same day.
If you have previously attended another college or university, this orientation is for you!
If you are a high school student who has amassed more than 45 credits through a combination of AP, IB or Running Start credits, you should register for one of our Freshman A&O sessions.
We offer three different kinds of sessions for transfer students to choose from. If you are interested in any of the following subjects, choose "College of Arts and Sciences Sessions" below:
- Art, Art History, and Design
- English, Cinema Studies, Comparative Literature, and Creative Writing
- International Studies
- Law, Societies & Justice
- Political Science
If you are interested in any of the following subjects, choose "Departmental Group Advising Sessions" below:
- Environmental Health or Public Health
Otherwise, select "General Interest" below.
College of Arts and Sciences Sessions
If you are considering a major in any of these subjects, you should attend a College of Arts and Sciences A&O session targeted to your interests. You will also meet academic advisers, faculty, and other transfer students who share your interests.
These departments will be seeing students on:
- Monday, July 27, 2015
- Wednesday, July 29, 2015
- Friday, July 31, 2015
- Friday, August 7, 2015
For more information about each of these majors you can visit their website:
Departmental Group Advising Sessions
If you are considering a major in Anthropology, Economics, Environmental Health, Math/ACMS, or Public Health, you should attend a group advising session targeted to your interests. You will also meet academic advisers, and other transfer students who share your interests.
General Interest Sessions
Maybe you’ve already decided your major—or maybe you’re just starting to consider your options. Either way, this session will help you take the next step in your academic career!
Attending a General Interest Transfer A&O session will connect you with information about majors across the University. While you’re here, you’ll get your first taste of what UW student life is like, and meet a variety of your future new friends and classmates. You will also meet with a UW academic adviser and register for your Autumn quarter classes.
Please note: It takes two days to process your New Student Enrollment and Orientation Fee (NSEOF). You will not be able to register for an A&O session until your NSEOF has been received and processed. You will also need your UWNetID to register.