Undergraduate Academic Affairs

February 19, 2015

Spring 2015 Collegium Seminars

This spring, Collegium Seminar topics include discrete mathematics, identity development, climate change, and even Harry Potter and medieval romance literature!

November 14, 2014

Winter 2015 Collegium Seminars course descriptions

Congratulations on making it through your first quarter! This coming winter quarter, there are a number of interesting Collegium Seminars for you to choose. Class topics range from drugs, social relationships, art and mathematics, environmental law, robots, and more. You could even take a class about leadership with University of Washington Provost Ana Mari Cauce!

June 25, 2014

Autumn 2014 Collegium Seminars course descriptions

Welcome to the University of Washington! Are you looking for an interesting class to fill out your schedule? Maybe a class that’s a little different from what you normally have to take? Maybe something fresh, lively, a little off-beat? Collegium Seminars are distinctive classes for freshmen in which you can meet other people and get

February 22, 2014

Spring 2014 Collegium Seminars lineup

Congratulations, freshmen! You made it to spring quarter! Undoubtedly, you’ve checked off many items on your first-year-at-the-UW-to-do list. But have you taken a Collegium Seminar yet? They are only for freshmen so this quarter is your last chance! These unique classes are a great way to fill out your schedule. Take a class that’s a

November 15, 2013

Winter 2014 lineup for Collegium Seminars

Winters in Seattle are an ideal time to stretch your academic interests. Here, freshmen can find a number of interesting classes to fill our their schedules. Take a class that’s a little different from what you normally take. Collegium Seminars are low-risk (they’re 1 credit, credit/no credit); they’re taught by some of the UW’s best

September 25, 2013

Autumn 2013 lineup for Freshman Collegium Seminars

It’s your first year at the UW. You’re looking for an interesting class to fill out your schedule, maybe a class that’s a little different from what you normally have to take. You don’t want another classroom with the desks arranged in rows. You want something fresh, lively, maybe a little off-beat. You want a