Services for UW Students

The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity offers a family of services that assist UW students from freshman year to graduate school, nourishing passion for knowledge and opening doors of opportunity and exciting research. Services include:*

  • Academic support programs
  • Financial aid counseling and opportunities
  • Social and cultural activities

Early Identification Program for Graduate and Professional Studies

EIP

  • Mentoring, advising, and graduate school application assistance
  • Workshops and informational seminars
  • Annual spring research conference
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Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program/Initiative for Maximizing Student Development

Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity

  • Serves students interested and engaged in the health sciences
  • Graduate and professional school application assistance
  • Academic advising and counseling
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
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Instructional Center

Instructional Center

  • Academic tutoring, skills development workshops, test preparation, study packets
  • Review sessions led by professional instructors and upper- and graduate-level tutors
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Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

  • Serves underrepresented students majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
  • Expands opportunities to participate in campus-based and national undergraduate research
  • Offers academic advising, workshops, mentoring, and scholarship opportunities
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OMA&D Academic Counseling Services

OMA&D Counseling Services
Offers academic support programs to enhance the success of undergraduate students at the UW, and increase the number of students who stay in school and graduate. Programs include:


OMA&D High School Tutor/Mentor Program

OMA&D High School Tutor/Mentor Program

  • Mentorship and tutoring opportunities for UW students at Garfield, Franklin, Roosevelt, Rainier Beach and Ida B. Wells high schools
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Ronald E. McNair Postbaccaulaureate Achievement Program

Ronald E. McNair Postbaccaulaureate Achievement Program

  • A U.S. Department of Education TRIO program
  • Research, internship and mentoring opportunities
  • GRE preparation course
  • Annual spring research conference
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Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center/Theatre

Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center/Theatre

  • Leadership and community building workshops
  • Home to numerous student organizations
  • Student lounge, computer lab, meeting and conference rooms
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Study Abroad Initiatives

Study Abroad Initiatives


*These programs serve students who are from low-income families or who have experienced hardships, students who will be the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college, underrepresented minority students, and students who were deprived of an adequate education due to poverty or discrimination.


Additional Links

The resources listed below include information on scholarships, internships and careers, and link to offices and organizations that specialize in enriching college and academic life at the UW.

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