Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment

Spring Events

The Purple & Gold in the Community Experience

Newly admitted students, along with their parents and others within the student’s academic network, are invited to discover all the University of Washington (UW) has to offer through the 2019 Purple & Gold Experience.

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The Purple & Gold Experience in Tacoma

This is a  congratulatory regional event for you and your parents. UW staff and students will be there to personally welcome you to the UW community! This will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have concerning the next steps in your enrollment at UW and identify university resources available to help you start your UW journey.

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The Purple & Gold Experience

Newly admitted students, along with their parents and others within the student’s academic network, are invited to discover all the University of Washington (UW) has to offer through the 2019 Purple & Gold Experience.

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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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Native American Student Day (NASD)

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

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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 (P.I.) music, dance and regalia from the islands right at the heart of the UW campus.

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Adelante Con Educación (ACE)

A.C.E. is geared toward the recruitment and outreach of prospective Chicana/o students applying to the University of Washington. The goal of this conference is not only to promote higher education, but also to provide empowerment and leadership skills catered toward Chicana/o issues and other people of color.

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