Who are you becoming, and what will you stand for?
As academic advisers, we want you to be confident about your choices and plans for the future. As an important element of your UW education, academic advising provides you with unique opportunities for learning, feedback and reflection, encouraging you to find your voice and engage fully with the University.
Together, we will explore how your unique goals, values, & interests can shape your Husky Experience.
Working with us
We see all undergraduate students. Use our online scheduler to book a 30-minute appointment.
Visit our office on the first floor of Mary Gates Hall for drop-in advising between 9am and 6pm, Monday through Thursday. Fridays we are available from 9am to 4:30pm.
Our website is a rich source of information on many aspects of pursuing an undergraduate degree at the UW.
141 Mary Gates Hall
What do I talk about with an adviser?
- explore how socially-relevant questions, problems, and responsibilities relate to your academic career
- establish your personal interpretation of the Areas of Knowledge
- search for a major that is meaningful for you
- learn about the academic resources available to you
- work through administrative issues relating to your academic record, including pre-major extensions, course plans and W-course petitions
- participate in experiential learning activities including research, internships, scholarships, and other opportunities including the National Student Exchange
- create a plan to address academic probation and low scholarship concerns
- discuss your experience in adjusting to the UW, problems with a class or a professor, or difficulties outside of the classroom