As the winter quarter settles in, I want to remind you that there are many people at the UW that are here to support your health, well-being and academic experience.
Part of being at the UW involves navigating a big place and asking for help when you need it. Your support team includes —
- The Counseling Center offers same day support through Husky HelpLine and resources and services such as drop-in support, appointments, group options and pet therapy.
- LiveWell provides health promotion and advocacy services, like Peer Wellness Coaching, to help empower students with the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about their health and well-being.
- Academic Support Programs offers in person and online resources such as CLUE tutoring, discussion sessions, exam reviews and individual success coaching.
Husky Lunch Network with alumni
Join alumni for lunch and conversation and explore how embracing your personal identities impacts, influences and informs your professional journey. Connect with Huskies who share some of your experiences and build your network. Space is limited.
Feb. 1: Women of Color in STEM
Feb. 8: Men of Color in Entrepreneurship
Feb. 15: Navigating Life as Student Parent
Feb. 22: Trans and Out at Work
Feb. 29: First-Generation in Corporate America
Each year, students from all three UW campuses and other local institutions present their research spanning over 100 disciplines. Apply to present at the Undergraduate Research Symposium by Feb. 8.
Manage your course load and discover interesting courses and majors with data. DawgPath can help you determine how competitive you are for a major with limited capacity and better navigate their path to a degree.
Come explore the 14-lane pool at the IMA, featuring a zero-point entry access and state-of-the-art universal locker rooms. Learn more about group and private swim lessons and additional pool activities.
Drop-in Counseling Center support
Need someone to talk to? Concerned about a friend? Let’s Talk connects UW students with experienced counselors for confidential, one-on-one support during drop-in hours. Talking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.
In-Person Winter Job & Internship Fair
Register to join us at the 2024 Winter Job & Internship Fair at the HUB on Feb. 13 from 11 a.m.–2:30 p.m. This fair is open to all majors and years of study and you can expect to see employers representing all industries.
Check out what’s new at UW Libraries: from The Boys in the Boat artifacts to the launch of a new and improved Libraries Search experience, an Open House with Special Collections and tons of free workshops and new exhibits.
The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards can help students find and apply for the scholarships that fit their skills and experiences. Check out the winter quarter workshops or search their database.
Are you an undergrad student worker? UW’s Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies seeks to better understand how work influences a student’s undergraduate experience. Share your thoughts by the end of winter quarter for a chance to win a $250 gift card.