Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment

Spring Events


Our Spring programs were developed as a resource for first generation, low income, and underrepresented minority students who are planning on attending the University of Washington.


Native American Student Day (NASD)

NASD was created to encourage American Indian and Alaska Native students to pursue higher education, as well as to give them the opportunity to experience the UW.

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Rising SEAs Conference

Rising SEAs was created to encourage, motivate, and empower Southeast Asian students to pursue higher education, as well as to give them the opportunity to experience the UW. Participants will meet current Southeast Asian UW students, interact in workshops, and prepare them to be competitive applicants to UW.

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Esperanza En Educación (EEE) Conference

EEE was created to encourage Latino students to pursue higher education, as well as to give them the opportunity to experience the UW. Participants will meet future classmates, learn about campus programs, interact in admissions and writing workshops and discover the diversity and unity that exists within the UW community.

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Polynesian Day

“Poly Day” as it is commonly known, is a celebration of the Polynesian culture hosted by the Polynesian Student Alliance at the University of Washington. This popular event showcases authentic Polynesian and Pacific Islander music, dance, and regalia from some of the islands right at the heart of the UW campus.

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