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Campus Resources

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center is staffed by psychologists and mental health counselors who provide developmentally-based counseling, assessment, and crisis intervention services to currently-enrolled UW students. (206) 543-1240

Disabilities Services (DRS)

Our mission is to provide leadership to the University community in achieving employment and educational, programmatic and physical access for individuals with disabilities. (206) 543-8924

Q Center

We facilitate and enhance a brave, affirming, liberatory, and celebratory environment for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual and gender orientation, identities, and expressions.    (206) 897-1430

Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)

As a unit of the UW Graduate School, the Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP), is committed to serving the needs of students of color and students from other underrepresented groups, while simultaneously fostering an educational and social environment in which all students can learn and develop through experiences rich in cultural, ethnic, and racial diversity.

Career Center

The Career Center provides career and job search services to UW students and alumni. As a bridge from college life to the world of work, it’s our mission to support the exploration of career and academic options, the development of job search skills, and to facilitate connections between employers and students that lead to successful and satisfying futures.
Services provided by the Career Center include career and job search counseling; a campus recruiting program; job listings; workshops on resume writing, interviewing, job offer and salary negotiation, internships, and more; employer panels on topics such as interviewing and resume writing; a credential file service; and career fairs. (206) 543-0535

Undergraduate Academic Affairs Advising (UAAA)

UAA Advising helps students design an overall curriculum, drawing from the programs and opportunities across the entire University. In addition to helping students choose a major and plan their course schedules, advisers work with students to clarify academic and personal goals. As educators, advisers emphasize the core skills of critical thinking, decision-making, and the value of broad exposure to a diversity of perspectives. Advisers also provide pre-professional advising in a number of areas such as pre-medicine and pre-law. (206) 543-2550

Health and Wellness 

Health & Wellness provides support, advocacy, consultation, and education to the University of Washington campus community. (206) 543.6085

Hall Health

Our mission is to provide comprehensive health care for a diverse campus community to promote lifelong wellbeing, achievement, and resilience. (206) 685-1011

Student Legal Services (SLS)

SLS is an on-campus law office that provides confidential legal advice and representation to UW-Seattle students. (206) 543-6486

Student Fiscal Services (SFS)

SFS provides help with financial aid, student loans, tuition payment, tuition overview, taxes, and scholarships and fellowships to UW students.  (206) 543-4694

University of Washington Housing and Food Services (HFS)

UW Housing and Food Services is an integral partner in the University’s drive to provide vibrant student life and educational opportunities. (206) 543-4059

Financial Aid 

Whether you attend our Seattle, Tacoma, or Bothell campuses, you’re in the right place to get all the information you need on qualifying for, applying for and receiving financial aid.                  (206) 543-6101

First Year Programs (FYP)

First Year Programs empowers entering students to become engaged and confident learners by facilitating supportive communities and creating educational experiences. (206) 543-4905

Academic Support Programs/ CLUE Tutoring (ASP/ CLUE)

Academic Support Programs creates transformative educational experiences to help undergraduates thrive academically at the University of Washington. Committed to a diverse and inclusive university, we develop varied models of support to help all our students succeed. These models include a multidisciplinary study center (The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment, or CLUE), challenging and supportive academic achievement courses, tutoring and mentorship programs, and intentional collaboration with campus partners. 

Office of the Ombudsman

Our mission is to provide the highest quality, client-focused services for preventing, managing and resolving conflict among students, staff, and faculty of this University. Through active participation in the mediation process, clients develop competencies for preventing, managing, and resolving future conflict. (206) 543-6028

Study Abroad

We are international educators dedicated to the promotion and facilitation of global opportunities. We serve as a resource for the campus community, with a commitment to collaboration, ethics, and professionalism.  (206) 221-4404

The Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity (EXPD)

Get involved in the community through the Carlson CenterPipeline or Jumpstart. Deepen your academic inquiry and prepare for your future through the Undergraduate Research ProgramEarly Identification ProgramRonald E. McNair Program, or the Mary Gates Endowment for Students. (206) 543-4282

Undergraduate Research Program (URP)

The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) facilitates research experiences for undergraduates with UW faculty members across the disciplines. URP maintains a listing of current UW research opportunities and national programs. (206) 543-4282

Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

The Carlson Center develops and supports programs designed to incorporate academic coursework with community-based learning and leadership. (206) 543-4282