Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Undergraduate Academic Affairs advances and deepens undergraduate education at the University of Washington. By connecting undergraduates to the breadth and depth of the UW’s opportunities, and by creating new ways to connect, we guide students toward participating in the life of our University so they are equipped and eager for their journey ahead.

Service leads here

Featuring four alumni and how the values of service and leadership are like the North Star: They are always above the horizon guiding their way.

Creating your UW academic adventure

This story is your own choose-your-own-adventure story, and begins right here with you.

Husky Experience highlights

Building community, one relationship at a time

Through the Undergraduate Community-Based Internships program, Aden Afework, ’22, interned at Canopy Scholars and was able to focus on her passion for equity in education. The UCBI program gives undergraduates the chance to explore, contribute and grow as they work within partner organizations.

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Photo collage of Brianna Craft and the cover of her book.

Protecting our shared home

Honors alum Brianna Craft, ’10, talks about her new memoir, “Everything That Rises: A Climate Change Memoir,” which has received early praise with such adjectives as: authentic, instant classic, irresistible, urgent and hopeful. Learn more about what compelled her to action in this Q&A.

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Looking for a meaningful career?

Undergraduate Academic Affairs ensures that undergraduate education is strengthened by the UW’s distinctiveness as a major public research university. Be a part of this rewarding and impactful work and check out our careers in UAA page.
UAA jobs

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More than money: Scholarships, jobs, internships map to students’ interests

Funding opportunities abound across UAA with a broad range of funded opportunities — scholarships, internships and jobs — that connect to and support students’ interests.

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A healthy spring quarter in community together

Spring quarter 2023 classes, experiences and services will be offered largely in person, as they were during autumn and winter quarters, while we continue to stay vigilant to the continued presence of COVID-19.

The University recommends wearing a high-quality mask inside UW facilities where they aren’t otherwise required.

If you are sick with any illness, you must stay home, even if you are fully vaccinated.

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UAA resources

Programs and initiatives

Land acknowledgement

The University of Washington acknowledges the Coast Salish peoples of this land, the land which touches the shared waters of all tribes and bands within the Suquamish, Tulalip and Muckleshoot nations.