It is important for all of us to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Review our Covid-19 Prevention Plan for more information.
The UW community is excited to welcome second-year students to campus this September. We know that students who were admitted in the 2020-2021 academic year have had a unique experience.
As you join us on campus you will have had one or more quarters of remote learning under your belt. While you have gained some important skills and experiences as a college student your transition to the physical UW campus will come with new excitement and new challenges.
Here are some tips and resources as you look to transition on-campus:
Your health and the health of our community are critical for a safe return to campus. Please view the UW's response to Covid-19 for the latest information on what Autumn 2021 will look like and what is required of you.
The opportunities to get involved on campus are numerous, here are some of the top places/ways that students build connections and make friends.
UW offers various ways to gain career opportunities while on campus, some of them include the following:
- Virtual Career Fair at UW: The Career & Internship Center provides events throughout the academic year including career fairs, tips on writing a resume, and more! Learn More
- Handshake: Handshake is one way you can look for job postings that get uploaded by offices and departments across campus. Learn More
- Career & Internship Center LinkedIn Learning: LinkedIn Learning is a free resource provided to UW students to help develop a professional network. Learn More
- UW Husky Landing: UW Husky Landing is another professional networking tool provided to connect alumni and students and find professional mentors. Learn More
CLUE tutoring and academic success coaching are both available to students from UW Academic Support Programs (ASP). Get tutoring in subjects such as math, chemistry, computer science, writing, and more.
For OMA&D affiliated students: The Instructional Center provides academic support in a variety of classes for students affiliated with OMAD programs.
UW students have access to a range of comprehensive mental health support. To learn more about scheduling appointments with Counseling Center Staff or connecting with mental health professionals online view this Husky Health & Well-Being website.
UW Recreation also provides various ways to get students involved in recreational resources on campus including yoga and meditation classes, aquatics, and more.
Resources that the UW provides around food and housing include the following:
UW Transportation Services is dedicated to supporting your commute – anything about biking, light rail, bus, or parking they have you covered.
Are you a commuter and/or transfer student looking for community and a place to leave your things? Check out the Commuter and Transfer Commons located in The Hub Room 141.
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