Success at the UW comes from active engagement in and out of the classroom.
Each college, department and office provides a wealth of resources. Make sure you ask your department what tutoring, advising, scholarships, research and study abroad opportunities there are available. The more you are plugged in to the UW community, the more support you will have in your academic journey.
Continue to meet with your UW academic adviser! Don't just see them when you have a problem, keep in regular contact and inform them of your goal and expectations while you are here.
UW has several tutoring and writing centers that are available to you free of charge. See the full list here.
Reverse Transfer may be an option for you to receive an associate’s degree after transferring from a 2-year, lower division institution of higher education to a 4-year institution. The University of Washington Reverse Transfer program is limited to students who have transferred from a Washington Community or Technical College to the University of Washington.
Did you know you have your own space on campus? CTC is located in the Husky Union Building, room 141 and is a dedicated space for commuter and transfer students. Resources available include...
Community can be found across campus - there are established centers available to you. Student Veteran Life is located in Husky Union Building (HUB), room 206. The Q Center is dedicated to serving anyone with or without a gender or sexuality is also located in the HUB, room 315. The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC) has a wealth of resources and opportunities available to students including student advising, organizational development, personal growth, and referrals to different departments and programs.
There are many opportunities to meet people and connect your passion through a Registered Student Organizations (RSOs). Every autumn you can preview the over 900 RSOs at the Student Activities Fair at Dawg Daze.
The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is the democratic voice of students that engages the campus community through programming, services and advocacy. Interested in getting involved? There are plenty of ways for that! Whether you’re an employee, volunteer, or a participant of the different events we put on, there’s a space for everyone to find something of interest.
Shortly after you have confirmed your acceptance, you will be invited to a private chat community via email to the UW Transfer Student Yammer Group (managed by UW-IT).
Transfer Ambassadors (TA) serve throughout the year to help other new and current transfer students. Through volunteering and engagement opportunities this position is a flexible and is a great way to give back to the UW transfer community. Volunteer and engagement opportunities include...
UW departments and student organizations like ASUW host several advisory and student boards that have a transfer student representative position. These roles are reserved specifically for transfer students! Email email@example.com for more information. Examples of boards and positions include...