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Be in the know, on the go

Download or update the UWAA member app and put membership at your fingertips.

Be hassle-free. No more digging in your wallet for your membership card. The UWAA app lets you take your virtual card with you wherever you go.

Be connected. Membergram alerts, event postings and calendar updates keep you up-to-date on all our member activities.

Be a deal finder. Before you make that purchase, check the app! UWAA members have access to discounts at dozens of businesses, including Husky Authentic and the University Book Store.

Be a superfan. Enter the Dawg Zone! Share UW stickers and play “Bow Down to Washington,” the Husky air raid siren and more!


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2018_App_MysterySound_300x140Where am I?

We have recorded unique sounds from the UW’s three campuses.

    • Visit the app and navigate to the Dawg Zone section.
    • Listen to the “Where am I?” sound and complete the form below with your answer to enter to win a $50 gift card from University Book Store! 

The October contest is now closed!

One entry per person. Winners will be randomly selected from correct entries received. We will contact you at the email address you provide. Employees of the UW Alumni Association are not eligible to win.

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Congratulations “Where am I?” contest winners!

April: Sandra V., Seattle WA (Hec Ed basketball courts)
May: Katie F.,  Moscow, ID (Carillon Bells, Kane Hall)*
July: Douglas N., Mercer Island (Drumheller Fountain)
September: Jamie H., Bothell, WA (Suzzallo Reading Room)
October: Nichole S., Edmonds, WA (campus coffee shop)

*Special thank you to Harold Johanson, ’68 for permission to use his recording at the Gordon Stuart Peek Foundation Carillon dedication on April 5, 2018.

“During some of those undergrad years I played the UW bells which, at that time, were heard from Denny Hall although the keyboard and amp equipment were in the sub-basement of the Music Building.  Every weekday morning at 8:20 (and, sometimes, afternoon) I made my way to sub-basement, fired up all the tubes (yes, tubes!) in the amplifier equipment and played for 10 minutes to start everyone’s day.  And then, for Commencement, I played a half-hour from 1:30 – 2:00 p.m. as people gathered for a couple or three years.  I loved it! So being at the Dedication for the New Carillon on April 5 was a have-to-go event.  That is a beautiful installation and a cherished addition to the campus.”