OMA&D Academic Counseling Services
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
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
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
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.
The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is the student government at the University of Washington. ASUW’s main objective is to serve the students and meet their diverse array of needs. Representing student’s concerns and diverse ideas, this group of leaders works towards advancing student. (206) 543-1780
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
The WRC contains a vast collection of educational materials, including brochures, newsletters, and videos on a wide variety of health-related topics. (206) 685-1011
SLS is an on-campus law office that provides confidential legal advice and representation to UW-Seattle students. (206) 543-6486
The Student Activities Office (SAO) encourages participation in student activities as an excellent way to experience personal growth, meet new friends, share common interests with other students, faculty and staff, and have some fun outside the classroom.
The IMA staff invites you to enjoy the exercise, sports and fitness opportunities available to students, faculty and staff members at the University of Washington. (206) 543-4590
The UW Alumni Association is the foundation of the UW alumni community. Through social, learning and volunteer opportunities, we connect alumni and friends to the University of Washington and its mission. (206) 543-0540
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 empowers entering students to become engaged and confident learners by facilitating supportive communities and creating educational experiences. (206) 543-4905
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
Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Classroom Support Services (CSS), and Health Sciences Academic Services and Facilities (HSAS&F) in conjunction with the Student Technology Fee Committee (STF) and the Services and Activities Fee Committee (S&AF), are pleased to announce the availability of technological equipment for loan to students. (206) 543-9900