Reivew presentations from campus offices to help create your unique husky experience.
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Academic Support Programs (ASP) is here to support you throughout your time at the UW with our CLUE Tutoring and Academic Success Coaching programs. Come talk to ASP to learn more about our programs and resources, as well as strategies our coaches and tutors have used themselves for academic success at the UW.
Drop in and chat with a scholarship advisor about your scholarship and fellowship questions! Get to know the UW scholarship landscape and hear each other's questions - nothing is too big or too small! Stop by and stay for as long or short as you like.
The things you do outside of the classroom can be just as important as your academics when preparing for a job after college. Come talk to the Career & Internship Center (C&IC) to learn what things you should do to help you prepare for a successful career path.
We encourage you to explore additional career resources if affiliated with the following academic areas: Engineering, Foster School of Business, Public Health, English, and College of Arts & Sciences.
Come learn more from the Student Activities Office (SAO) about how students can get involved on campus. We will be talking about how to find and join Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) and student government (Associated Students of UW - ASUW).
Come learn more about the recruitment processes for the Panhellenic Council (PHA). These sessions will be led by the undergraduate council recruitment officers and provide a chance for you to get your questions answered about how to navigate recruitment.
Joining a fraternity will provide you with a sense of community and support your academic success and leadership development. The Interfraternity Council (IFC) represents 22 residential men’s fraternities, who recruit incoming students during the summer. Come learn more about the fraternity experience and how to join!
Meet with staff from Housing & Food Services to learn more about residential housing and on-campus dining options.
Learn more about service and leadership opportunities and how to get involved! Meet staff from the Community Engagement and Leadership Education (CELE) Center and learn about a wide variety of ways to get engaged in your communities and develop your leadership skills.
Your gateway to the exciting world of international education. Designed for students considering or planning to embark on a study abroad journey, this presentation offers valuable insights and essential information to make your experience fulfilling and rewarding.
Meet with the Undergraduate Research Program (URP) to learn about what undergraduate research is, the benefits of engaging in research, and how to get involved as an undergraduate student!
120 Mary Gates Hall Box 352825
Seattle, WA 98195-2825
Mary Gates Hall 120
Academic Year: Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
Summer: Mon-Thurs 7:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m., Fri 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
Winter Break: Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Commuter and Transfer Commons (HUB 141)
Academic Year: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Breaks & Summers: Closed
Closed during University holidays.
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