UW Women's Center

Lifelong Learning

The UW Women's Center Lifelong Learning offers the Seattle area academic preparation with courses that aim to increase accessibility to post-secondary education and college enrollment.

To see all of the Women's Center course offerings and events, please click here.

Our course roster for Academic Development includes:

SAT Prep Classes

The SAT I Reasoning Test is widely required by colleges and universities to assess an applicant's potential for success. In today's competitive atmosphere, you should not go into this test unprepared.

The goal of the course is to prepare you for SAT by reducing your anxiety, increasing confidence in your abilities, and arming you with practical and proven strategies. The SAT is a standardized test that becomes easier and more predictable with practice, preparation, and keen strategy. You will get to know the test from top to bottom, how it is scored, sectioned, timed, and designed. The focus will be on strategies that work, and you will get the chance to practice these strategies.

Registration closes one week before classes start. 

Materials provided

SAT Prep Series


Thursdays, March 8, 15, & 22, from 5:30-8:30PM
Location: March 8th @ UW Campus - Savery Hall (SAV) 169, March 15 & 22 @ UW Campus – Cunningham Hall Conference Room

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Spring Series I

Thursdays, April 5, 12, & 19, from 5:30-8:30PM 
Location: UW Campus - Savery Hall Room 132

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Spring Series II

Thursdays, May, 3, 10, & 17, from 5:30-8:30PM 
Location: UW Campus - Savery Hall (SAV) 132

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GRE Prep Classes

Our GRE prep course offers a comprehensive introduction to the Graduate Record Examinations. It provides an overview of the exam, covering its overall structure, all of the types of questions that students will encounter, the testing environment, and available tools. A substantial portion of the course is dedicated to providing students with means for maximizing their GRE scores. These include focusing on the content that the students will need to know (e.g., geometric properties, argument analysis), methods for studying efficiently, and a variety of techniques that will help test-takers to address questions that they might not be able to answer directly (e.g., process of elimination). Each of the various techniques is explained and reinforced by use in example.

For all GRE classes: Please purchase and bring to class Cracking the GRE with 4 Practice Tests, 2018 Edition.  It is optional to purchase 6 full-length practice tests edition.

Spring 2018

Dates: Sundays - April 15th, 22nd, 29th, & May 6th
Time: 09:00AM-02:00PM
Location: UW Campus - Savery Hall (SAV) 130

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Class Refund Policy:

  • Refunds requested prior to the start of the first class session are subject to a 5% service charge.
  • Unfortunately, no refunds are allowed once the class has begun.