COVID-19 Update

Throughout this challenging time, UAA Advising remains ready to support you and your academic needs. We will continue offering 1:1 appointments and drop-in advising. Below you’ll find details on how to work with us this quarter and additional campus resources. 

30 minute appointments 

UAA Advisers are available to meet remotely via Zoom or phone during our regular business hours. To meet with your adviser, schedule an appointment. In the email confirming your appointment, you will receive instructions on how to join the meeting.

Schedule an appointment

Drop-in advising 

10-15 minute drop-in advising is available via Zoom Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

COMPLETE THE CHECK IN FORM

After you submit the form, you will see the link to join the drop in appointment via Zoom on the submission confirmation page. Note that you will be put into a Zoom waiting room until an adviser is ready to see you.

Remote advising pre-major extension process

Our process for pre-major extensions is the same as in previous quarters, but will be completed remotely. Please review our Pre-Major Extension page for your next steps.

Remote advising process for students on academic warning or probation

Our process for meeting with students on Academic Warning or Probation is the same as in previous quarters, but will be completed remotely. Please review our Academic Warning/Probation page for your next steps.

Other resources to help support you during this quarter

  • Academic Support Programs has developed a suite of resources to help you as you transition into and through a quarter of online learning. They will also be offering CLUE tutoring support online. 

  • The UW Counseling Center is providing all services via secure Zoom.  Please call 206-543-1240 during regular business hours to access services. They’ve also created a page dedicated to Coping with Stress Related to Coronavirus Outbreak.

  • The Career and Internship Center has also moved their services online. In an effort to continue to support you with career exploration and provide meaningful ways to stay engaged, they have developed a website dedicated to COVID 19 + Career

  • Disability Resources for Students will be holding all student appointments via phone/video/email. They remain committed to supporting you and your learning needs in an online learning environment. 

  • International Student Services has created a website for COVID-19 related information for F1 and J1 students. ISS advisers remain available to meet with students remotely. 

  • Many academic and course related questions can be answered on the University Registrar’s COVID-19 FAQ page. Additional updates on the University’s response to COVID-19 can be found here.