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Spring Resources & Opportunities (Volume 5) Husky Pawket Guide

Husky Pawket Guide From the Desk of Dr. Denzil Suite, UW Division of Student Life

Hello Huskies,

UW Libraries has tips to help you prepare for finals, including extended hours for finals week at the Odegaard Library. Find out how to ask librarians for help in person or online, reserve a study space, find a study playlist and more. Also, grads, did you know you retain short-term off-campus access to online library collections and databases?



Husky Experience

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Get ready for graduation cap and gown pickup

It’s your time to shine, Husky grads! The world is waiting for you. Now is your moment to celebrate all you’ve accomplished and all that’s ahead. 

Don’t forget to pick up your cap and gown between May 28–June 1 at the University Book Store!


5th avenue theatre at nightDiscount on 5th Avenue Theatre tickets

5th Avenue Theatre offers Huskies a 25% discount on tickets! Purchase tickets from the UW page or enter code “DAWGS” in the calendar section of the general website. Spring Awakening is showing in June (the cast is filled with UW Alumni!) and Clue in July.

fuel for finals imageFuel for Finals

Free snacks and swag at Fuel for Finals on May 30 from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Say hi to folks from Student Life and some of your campus support teams — we’ll be at Red Square plus three other locations. Make sure to bring your Husky card!

harry the husky and student holding UW balloonsClass of 2024 Grad-B-Q

Grads, celebrate all your hard work along with fellow members of the Class of ‘24 at this casual BBQ at Sylvan Grove on June 4 from 4–8 p.m. This is a free event, but requires advance registration.

Health and Well-Being

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Play Day with LiveWell

Join LiveWell on Denny Yard (right outside Denny Hall) for a Husky Play Day on May 23 from 36 p.m.! Engaging in play is beneficial for our wellbeing as it fosters positive emotion, gets us connecting and moving with others, and is a protective factor to the negative impacts of stress.  Stop by for lawn games and wholesome fun in the sun with your Peer Health Educators.

Career and Internships

In-person and virtual summer career fairs

Join us for our summer career fairs: our In-Person Summer Job & Internship Fair is June 18 from 11 a.m.2 p.m. in the HUB and our Virtual Summer Job & Internship Fair is June 25 from 11:30 a.m.2:30 p.m. on Handshake. We’ll see you there!

Navigating the UW

Student Veteran Life

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Student Veteran Life hosts a series of activities on campus in the days leading up to Memorial Day to honor our fellow servicemembers-in-arms who have made the ultimate sacrifice. The series is intended to both raise awareness for the meaning of Memorial Day and to connect the veteran and military community with the campus and community at large. Keep in touch with Student Veteran Life events and info.

Centralized accessibility website

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Explore resources on accessible technology, wayfinding, events and disability inc

lusion on UW’s centralized accessibility website.

UW’s Title IX report is now available

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The 2021–2023 Title IX Biennial Report on Sex- and Gender-Based Violence and Harassment provides an overview of education and prevention efforts, Title IX reports and referrals, and formal complaints. Its purpose is to increase transparency within the UW community, offer opportunities for assessment and promote engagement on these important issues.