Congratulations on being admitted to UW! Follow these steps to make sure you're ready for A&O.
NSEOF: To confirm your enrollment and be able to reserve your spot at A&O you must submit your New Student Enrollment and Orientation Fee (NSEOF). Please visit the New Huskies website in order to accept your offer and pay.
UW NetID: If you have not yet set up your UW NetID you will need this in order to sign in and reserve your spot at A&O.
Forward your Email: Your UW NetID also serves as your UW email, simply add @uw.edu to the end of your NetID. Your confirmation email and all future communication regarding A&O and other university business will be sent to your UW email, so make sure you have forwarded your UW email to your personal email so you don't miss anything!
Winter A&O Dates:
*Note - Winter quarter instruction begins on Monday, January 7, 2019.
During A&O, you will meet one-on-one or in small groups with an academic adviser and because of this the dates that are displayed when you register are based on the major you selected.
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 register for your winter quarter classes.
Program End Time: 5:00 P.M.
Undocumented Students: Review this website to learn more about resources available to you.
While making your reservation you will be given the option to sign up for a few things. Please make sure you're ready to answer questions regarding the following topics.
Placement Testing: The UW offers on-campus placement tests in mathematics, chemistry, and more. Math placement tests will not be available during your A&O session. Check with the Testing Center for more information.
Immunization Requirements: The UW requires all students to submit proof of immunization to measles. This must be submitted prior to attending A&O and can take up to three weeks for processing. Visit the measles website for more information.
Program Changes and Cancellation Policy: You can make changes to any part of your reservation, but you need to make sure you do it at least a week in advance to avoid any fees. Find out more on our cancellation policy page.
Now that you've reviewed steps 1-3 you are prepared to make a reservation for A&O!
Please note, seats for A&O are available on a first-come first-serve basis, and the dates displayed for you are based on the major you select.
Program End Time: 5:00 P.M.
Agenda: A&O is a packed day, review the agenda and make sure you bring a pen and come prepared to learn. If you need accommodations for the day please contact First Year Programs.
U101: Check out the pre-orientation modules that we will give you access to online! All components will help prepare you for your session.
Required Paperwork Submitted:
Health Insurance: Watch this optional webinar covering what new students need to know regarding health insurance. Watch and learn more on their website here.
To Bring With You:
What if I am late or have to leave early from my A&O? Please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org or text our Google voice number at
802-490-5012, it is possible you will have to reschedule your A&O.
Can my family, partner or children join me at A&O? No, A&O is designed for new students only. Come prepared to meet other new huskies!
What if I already met with my adviser? Do I still need to attend A&O? Yes, you are required to attend A&O regardless if you have already met with your academic adviser.
First Year Programs fosters a successful undergraduate student experience through strategic programming that focuses on positive academic transitions and the development of learning communities. Through partnerships with faculty, staff, alumni, and student leaders our programs create the space for students to define how they will engage, learn, and thrive at the University of Washington.