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DEI Resources for Students

Services that support students throughout their Husky Experience.

  • Academic advising (OMA&D Academic Counseling Services)
    Offers one-to-one advising and academic assistance to UW students, particularly those from low-income families and underrepresented backgrounds, as well as students who will be the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college.
     
  • Career Center
    Provides a variety of tools, resources and information for employment opportunities.
     
  • Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity
    Connecting UW undergraduates to resources for research and community learning.
     
  • CIRCLE
    The Center for International Relations & Cultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE) is the UW’s primary portal to resources, community, and activities that help international and domestic students maximize their Husky Experience, together.
     
  • D Center
    Fosters a community of d/Disability and d/Deaf pride, and develops and supports social, cultural and educational programming.
     
  • Disability resources for Students
    Serves approximately 1,700 students with either temporary or permanent physical, health, learning, sensory or psychological disabilities.
     
  • Diversity courses
    Strengthen students’ understanding of how race, class, gender, disability, nationality, sexuality, religion and age interact to define identities and social relations.
     
  • Expository Writing Program
    Offers an array of writing courses designed to help students meet a shared set of outcomes, with an emphasis on resources for historically underserved students. 
     
  • Office of Financial Aid
    Resources on how students can finance and pay for their UW education.
     
  • Graduate School/Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)
    Works with graduate students, faculty and staff to strengthen and maintain campus diversity while enhancing academic opportunities for graduate students of color and encouraging scholarship and research that explores cultural diversity.
     
  • Instructional Center
    Provides academic and tutoring support to students affiliated with OMA&D programs.
     
  • Language Learning Center
    Provides interactive multimedia and computing resources to facilitate authentic language and cultural learning at the UW. 
     
  • Live Well Center for Student Advocacy, Training and Education
    Empowering students with the wellness skills and knowledge to succeed during their time at UW and beyond. 
     
  • Odegaard Writing and Research Center
    Provides a friendly, non-judgmental, supportive environment for English Language Learners, International Students, and Multilingual Writers.
     
  • Q Center
    Serves students, faculty, staff and alumni of all sexual and gender orientation, identities and expressions. Hosts and supports student groups and events.
     
  • Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center/Theatre
    Offers resources and opportunities for students, including advising, organizational development, personal growth and referrals to other departments and programs.
     
  • STEM Resources (OMA&D)
    Provide a suite of services ranging from advising to career and graduate school preparation for underrepresented minority, low-income and first-generation students pursuing majors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
     
  • Student organizations
    Offer leadership, professional development and community engagement opportunities.
     
  • Undergraduate Research Program
    Facilitates research experiences for undergraduates with UW faculty members across the disciplines.
     
  • Undocumented student resources
    Provides support services for undocumented students throughout the various stages of their Husky Experience.
     
  • Women’s Center
    Promotes gender equity and social justice through educational programs and services that allow all participants to succeed in life.
     
  • wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House
    Serves as a multi-service learning and gathering space for American Indian and Alaska Native students, faculty and staff, as well as others from various cultures and communities, to come together in a welcoming environment and share knowledge.