Besides CLUE, the UW offers multiple resources to help new and current students get acclimated to and achieve academic success. Please, take time to explore and take advantage of these opportunities.
The AccessSTEM project, for UW students with disabilities pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math, offers internships, tutors, mentoring, leadership activities, and social events.
Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Located in Mary Gates Hall, the UAA includes programs that assist students in realizing an optimal undergraduate experience. Visit their site to learn more about the numerous and diverse programs available to you as a UW student.
The Office of Undergraduate Advising helps premajor and preprofessional students develop academic programs to meet educational goals. Please, visit their site or stop by Mary Gates Hall 171 (the Gateway Center).
First Year Programs
The First Year Programs office offers a variety of resources to new UW students including Summer, Winter, and Spring Advising and Orientation. In collaboration with other campus partners, they also help you connect to, get involved in, and explore the UW through Dawg Daze.
Odegaard Writing and Research Center
Highly-qualified writing tutors are also available to you in Odegaard Undergraduate Library (Room 326).You can visit them Sunday through Thursday, 12:30–4:30 p.m. and 7:00–10:00 p.m.
Student Consultations with Librarians
The Student Consultation Service is designed for UW students needing research assistance with course- and degree-related projects and assignments. Meet with a librarian one-on-one to discuss focusing a topic, identifying and evaluating sources, and effectively searching library databases and the internet.
Office of Minority Affairs (OMA) Instructional Center Writing Center
Open daily 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. at 1307 NE 40th Street and open to OMA student affiliates, the Instructional Center (IC) is a place where students can take their time to learn and where students are not afraid to ask questions. It is a place where students study together and develop support groups and lasting friendships.
Math Study Center
The Math Study Center is a great place for students to work on math, whether or not they need help. The Center offers students a chance to come together and study in groups or individually (check site for hours). You can also hire a private tutor through Math Advising at this site.
Physics Student Services
The department of Physics also houses a study center. Hours vary by quarter so be sure to visit this site for more information.
Economics Department Tutoring
UW's Department of Economics offers tutoring and a mentorship program in collaboration with the UWEAO, EUB, and UWAA. Visit the site to learn more.
Biology Study Area
In Gowen 105, this Writing Center is focused on assisting undergraduates with their Political Science, Jackson School, and/or LSJ writing assignments at any point in the writing process, from brainsotrming to the final draft. Their hours are Monday-Thursday, 10am-3pm and Fridays, 10am-1pm.
Political Science/LSJ/Jackson School Writing Center
In 220 Hitchcock Hall, the Department of Biology offers a comfortable study area for individuals and small groups—not to mention a computer lab and a highly interactive staff.
Disability Resources for Students
The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation, please contact the Disability Resources for Students Office at: (206) 543.8924 (V/TTY), (206) 616.8379 (FAX), or email@example.com.