Student Life

April 6, 2022

Spring 2022 Resources & Opportunities (Vol. 1) – Husky Pawket Guide

Hi Huskies,

I hope you had a restful spring break and that your quarter is off to a good start. Between cherry blossoms and a much-needed increase in sunshine, spring is one of my favorite times on campus. Below is a collection of resources and opportunities to help you make the most of spring quarter.


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

1. Health and Safety

If you learn you have come into close contact with someone infected with COVID-19, it’s a good idea to get tested, even if you’re vaccinated and don’t feel sick.

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

Staying safe after dark: Husky NightWalk provides a security escort when walking at night on campus, to/from the residential area north of 45th St., and to/from the UW Tower.


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

Registered student organizations (RSOs) are a great way to connect with students who have similar interests and are looking to meet people.

Bloodworks NW Donation Drive: Consider helping our community by giving blood on the UW Seattle campus, May 16-17. Make sure to check the sign-up link for appointments to ensure that there are still available slots!

Calling all makers, artists, and creatives: Share your talents with the UW community and sell your crafts and creations at the Spring Maker’s Fair (May 18). Apply to be a vendor by Apr. 17.

Lessons from Bollywood: See how UW professor Anand Yang uses this popular entertainment to teach colonial Indian history, and check out his top Bollywood picks.

Your home for play: Grab your friends (or meet a new one) for HUB Games tournaments and events! Sign up for a bowling league or pool tournament and don’t miss out on deals and discounts like Free First Mondays and $2 Tuesdays.

The Rec Class Pass offers access to dozens of fun classes you can do with friends, like Circuit Training, Hip Hop Dance, Barre Burn, Gentle Yoga, and Sunrise Cycle.

  • Or sign up for Spring Intramurals like softball, sand volleyball, table tennis, racquetball and more!


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

A Sleep Guide for Huskies
Goodnight Huskies is a booklet from UW LiveWell that you can use to help increase your chances of getting a good night’s sleep.


24/7 consultation from a counselor is available to UW students through My Student Support Program (My SSP).
If you are feeling overwhelmed, concerned about a friend, or you’re not sure what you need but you’d like to talk, My SSP is a great option. My SSP provides same-day, confidential mental health and crisis intervention support, 24/7 and in multiple languages. Connect via phone, online chat, or the My SSP app.
Learn more at

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4. Career and Internships

Register for the Spring Job & Internship Fair!
Preview the list of 80+ employers that are registered to attend and recruit UW Seattle students at the Spring Job & Internship Fair that’s taking place virtually through Handshake on Apr. 13. Learn more and REGISTER HERE!

Career questions? UW alumni can help!
Find out how you can move to the head of the pack. Huskies@Work connects you with UW alums for one-time chats to explore career paths. Learn what your dream job is really like! Apply by Apr. 17.

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:
LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand video learning platform to support your academic, personal, and professional development. Free access to LinkedIn Learning is provided to all UW students, staff, and faculty by the Student Technology Fee.


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

The Libraries Student FAQ provides a variety of helpful links and important information to help you navigate and make the most of UW Libraries’ vast resources.

The Student Technology Loan Program allows students to borrow laptops, cameras, and other equipment to support your Husky Experience for free.

DawgPath can help you discover interesting courses and majors, manage course load, and connect with your adviser, not to mention gain insights into capacity-constrained majors and navigate your path to a degree once you’ve declared a major.

Peer Wellness Coaching is a FREE service offered by LiveWell’s Peer Health Educators and is a great option for students who are looking to strengthen and enhance their personal well-being, solve problems effectively, and work toward intentional change in their lives and self.


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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