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Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity

STEM Resources

In an effort to support students pursuing majors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as well as biomedical/biohavioral fields, OMA&D provides a suite of services ranging from advising to career and graduate school preparation. As we think about the future, STEM will continue be a major driver of innovation. We know that our diverse students will directly contribute to the latest technologies, biomedical inventions and scientific discoveries.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not sure where to start? This FAQ page will provide some insight.

FAQ

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Advising & Counseling

Need help choosing a major? Looking for an advisor? Get some guidance on where to start pursuing a STEM degree.

Advising & Counseling

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Transfer Students

What should I know about transferring? Learn how to prepare your transition to the UW.

Transfer Students

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Financial Aid

How do I pay for college? Can I get help filling out my FAFSA? Resources are available to help you navigate the world of financial aid.

Financial Aid

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Instructional Support

If I am struggling in a class, where can I get some extra help? Are tutors available for any given subject? OMA&D has the resources.

Instructional Support

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Life After College

Interested in pursuing graduate or professional school? Want to jump right into a career? Learn more about how to prepare for your future.

Life After College

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Research

What is undergraduate research? How do I get involved? Can I get paid to work in a research lab? Learn about the opportunities that are available.

Research

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Additional UW STEM Resources

Can I join any organizations or groups that will allow me to network with other STEM students and provide additional support?

UW STEM Resources