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.

Husky Experience highlights

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Nearly $1.2 million grant for work to increase equity in STEM

CCRI to create a state-wide consortium of partnerships between two- and four-year institutions to focus on creating programs that will help low-income STEM students transfer and earn their bachelor’s degree.

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Welcome to campus, we belong together

Our work is done together. And, together, we are strong, healthy, brave and boundless.

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Keeping your community and yourself safer

The University of Washington requires students and personnel to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The vaccines being administered are safe and effective, and you can be vaccinated at any provider at no cost to you.

Learn more about vaccines and where you can get vaccinated.

Remember: If you are sick with any illness, you must stay home.

UAA resources

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Louder Than Words featuring Colleen Echohawk

Join this monthly livestream series dedicated to examining forces and trends that create disparities and division in our communities and exploring how we can act locally to find common ground and build together. On December 8, 6-7 p.m., Colleen Echohawk talks about lessons learned of self and city through a bid for mayor.

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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.