I hope your winter quarter is off to a good start! Thank you to our Pac-12 Champion Huskies and Husky Nation for a football season to remember.
I encourage you to make the most of your Husky Experience by trying something new this quarter — take a class at the IMA, meet with a Peer Wellness Coach or join a Registered Student Organization. It’s a great way to begin 2024!
Husky 100 applications are now open
The search is on for the next Husky 100 — UW juniors, seniors and graduate students on all three campuses who are making the most of their Husky Experience. Nominate a fellow student by Jan. 24 and apply for yourself by Feb. 6. Learn more about Husky 100.
All UW students are invited to join the Student Impact Council (formerly Class Gift Council) by Jan. 31. As a volunteer you will help build a more inclusive campus community, shape Husky Giving Day and choose the area that will benefit from funds raised.
The Recreation Class Pass is back. Winter quarter classes run until Mar. 8. Purchase your class pass and enjoy unlimited access to dozens of fitness and mindfulness classes. Don’t forget to register ahead of time for classes!
Students seeking to enrich their academic journey and embrace diverse cultures from around the globe can attend the Study Abroad Fair on Jan. 18 from 10 a.m. –2 p.m. at the HUB. Register and learn more about study abroad options.
When an emergency occurs on or near UW’s campus, you need to know as quickly as possible, but only 8% of students have signed up for UW Alert text messages.
To make it easier for students to receive UW Alert texts, UW will be adding the phone number from your UW student profile to the UW Alert system. If the number is for a cell phone, UW will send you UW Alerts via text.
Students who don’t want to receive texts can reply STOP to any UW Alert text message (except for students living on campus in Seattle, who must contact Housing & Food Services for account changes). You can also add your cell phone number to your UW Alert account yourself.
UW will start adding student phone numbers to UW Alert at the end of January 2024.
Careers in International Development & Diplomacy
Register to attend a panel discussion about public service and international development on Jan. 18 from 3:30–5:00 p.m. in HUB 332. Panelists include representatives from the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the US State Department and the Peace Corps.
From shopping at District Market to buying a snack from a UW vending machine, to printing and copying services, you can use your Husky Card in lots of places.
Tune in to Husky Huddle Up Podcast for helpful information from campus partners such as the Counseling Center, U District Partnership, UW Housing, Campus Community Safety, UW Accessibility and more.
Scout helps you find places to study, get food on campus and tech items to rent. You can filter on specific criteria: lighting, noise, proximity to food and coffee and availability of amenities such as printers, whiteboards and outlets.