Advisers help undergraduates understand the UW's academic systems, choose a major, and discover campus resources. The advising partnership ensures that support, feedback, and opportunities for reflection are part of the Husky Experience.Learn more
Use our online scheduler to book a 30-minute appointment. Peer and professional advisers are also available in our suite on the first floor of Mary Gates Hall to answer quick questions on a drop-in basis between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
141 Mary Gates Hall
How do I plan my degree? How do I choose what to major in?
What are the Areas of Knowledge? Why are they important?
These are the courses I'm excited about taking...
What else should I study to complement my major?
How do I prepare for a profession in health care?
What happens if I am placed on academic probation?
What can I do if I have problems with a class or a professor?
Can I get help to strengthen and improve my academic performance?
What happens if the course I need is closed or full?
What is the difference between open, minimum, and competitive majors?
Given my interests, which faculty and staff should I be meeting?
When and how do I register for future quarters?