Student Life

March 9, 2022

Winter 2022 Resources & Opportunities (Vol. 5) – Husky Pawket Guide

Hi Huskies,

As you likely saw in the message from President Cauce and Provost Richards on Tuesday, UW will continue largely in-person classes during spring quarter and masks will be optional inside most University facilities starting the first day of spring quarter (Mar. 28) – please read their message for full details.

We strongly recommend wearing masks indoors during the first two weeks of spring quarter following any spring break travel, and will remain fully supportive and encouraging of students who choose to continue masking indoors after the requirement goes away.


    1. Health and Safety
    2. Connecting with Community
    3. Mental Health Moment
    4. Career and Internships
    5. Navigating UW

1. Health and Safety

Federal airplane mask mandates could be lifted soon, but there may still be reasons to continue masking on planes anyway.

As local masking and vaccination requirements ease, here’s what you need to know about mask and vaccine rules at Seattle-area arts and music events.

You can still pick up free masks at a variety of campus locations.

It’s not too late to get your flu shot through Hall Health – learn more and schedule at:


If you are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and  follow the instructions for what to do if you feel sick.

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2. Connecting with Community

Resistance Through Resilience Lecture: Public health researcher and Buddhist mindfulness teacher Dr. Bonnie Duran explores the avenues for public health practice that empower and reinforce resilient communities – register now (Mar. 15).

UW Husky Landing is a professional networking tool that helps UW students connect with alumni, mentors, professional development resources, industry advice, and other like-minded Huskies.

UW is on TikTok: Built by students, for students, UW’s TikTok lifts up the stories and creativity of Huskies like you. And, that can include you!

Still time – Maker Summit 2022: Show off your creativity and be entered to win great prizes by taking part in the Annual Maker Summit in April. Projects are due by Mar. 20.

Last call – Join Unite UW this spring to make lifelong friends through cultural exchange, story sharing, and fun bonding activities. Applications are due Mar. 14 – apply now!


The UW Seattle Campus Calendar highlights opportunities to get involved around campus and connect with other Huskies.

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3. Mental Health Moment

As a UW student you have access to same-day mental health consultation through My SSP, which operates 24/7. Explore UW’s range of resources and support services available to students:


24/7 consultation with a counselor is available to UW students.
If you feel overwhelmed, concerned about a friend, or you’re not sure what you need but you’d like to talk, take a few minutes to connect with us.
Learn more at

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4. Career and Internships

There are jobs and internships out there, and it’s as important as ever to build your skills, experience, and network. Here are a few things you may want to check out:

Job/internship postings (undergrad):

Job/internship postings (graduate):

LinkedIn Learning Courses are available to you now:


The Career & Internship Center is here to support you with guidance and resources, including Handshake, UW’s online job and internship platform.

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5. Navigating UW

Here are some test preparation tips from UW Academic Support Programs.

Student Legal Services is an on-campus law office that provides a safe and confidential space for UW students who have legal questions or concerns.

From UW Libraries:

  • Hours and resources: See updated hours for finals week, spring break, and spring quarter, plus finals week resources in the Libraries March Update.
  • There’s still time to enter the #IHeartUWLibraries Student Video Contest for a chance to win up to $1,500. Make a short video showing why you love UW Libraries – submissions are due Mar. 27.

UW will hold in-person commencement ceremonies for the first time since 2019, including celebrations for the classes of 2020 and 2021.


Students with disabilities can request academic accommodations at any time through the Disability Resources for Students office. Learn more about accommodations.

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