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GEN ST 297 K — Getting to Year 2: Building a Meaningful Second Year and Beyond

This class provides spring quarter, first year students with an opportunity to reflect on their first year, while providing tangible, and proactive opportunities to prepare for a meaningful second year and beyond.

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GEN ST 297 M — Catalyzing Research: The Elements of Involvement

This course provides spring quarter, first-year students an opportunity to reflect and prepare for meaningful undergraduate research in the Natural Sciences.

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GEN ST 297 L — Global Engagement: Crafting a Connected Education

This course provides spring quarter, first year students with an opportunity to reflect and prepare for meaningful academic and co-curricular global engagement

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COVID-19 Update

Throughout this challenging time, UAA Advising remains ready to support you and your academic needs. Students are welcome to meet with us online via Zoom during our regular business hours.

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Student Voices

“My adviser helped me solve a lot of questions about choosing courses and how to plan out my academic career. I have been meeting with my adviser consistently just to make sure I am on the right track at the UW, and also I got so much good advice about how to thrive in college.”

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Alumni Spotlight

Armando Reyes
  2010, English Language and Lit (BA), Speech & Hearing Sciences (BS)  Harborview Emergency Department Medical Assistant – Finishing Med School

I started out with an interest in psych, took some courses, really liked biopsychology, and started pursuing biology/pre-med. I always had an interest in pre-med, but wasn't ready for the academic rigor that biology and chemistry courses required. I love writing and critical analysis, so I decided on English. I then took a phonetics course through the Speech & Hearing Sciences department one summer and it all kind of just fell into place. Now I’m in Med School.