- Adviser Education Program
- The goal of the Adviser Education Program is to contribute to the expertise of University of Washington advisers and to enhance their professional development. The program accomplishes this through support for training and professional development activities related to advising.
- Association of Professional Advisers and Counselors
- The Association of Professional Advisers and Counselors (APAC) was formed in 1976 by a small group of advisers who wished to address the issues and concerns related to advising and counseling students on the UW campus. The current membership includes academic advisers, career and admissions counselors, program coordinators, and other staff involved with student services from each of the three UW campuses.
- Pangaea Awards
- The Pangaea Award Program offers UW advising staff the opportunity to participate alongside faculty and students in Exploration Seminars. Read more about the program by clicking the link above, or view the list of award-winners from 2004–2008.
- Provost's Task Force on the Academic Progress of Undergraduates
- The Task Force report identifies problems that undergraduates have in completing their degrees and develops strategies the University should adopt to remedy these problems.
- Report from the UW Committee on the Organization of Colleges and Schools
- The committee charge is to gather information and ideas about how the organization of the University of Washington can provide the best learning environment for our students and most effectively support research, scholarship, and creative work.
- UW Academic Advising Self-Study
- Themes addressed include the structure of advising, communication pathways, the role of the the Adviser, training and professional development, and ways to improve academic advising.