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Student life

Your Husky Experience doesn’t end when you leave the classroom. The hours you spend outside class are just as vital as the ones you spend inside.
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Campus life

Check out what happens on campus other than classes.

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Housing & dining

You’re not required to live on campus, but most freshmen do. So what’s it really like?

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Orange County, CA
My experience as a Husky has introduced me to opportunities that have changed my career aspirations to become a coalescence of medicine, journalism, and research. Especially during times like this ...

Public Health - Global Health; Writing

Bainbridge Island, WA
Experiences at the UW through my coursework, research and personal life have shaped my desire to become a professor and foster inclusive scientific communities. I have developed a strong personal ...

Earth and Space Sciences

Seattle, WA
My UW education has led me to fantastic mentors and opportunities, which have provided ways to specify my interests and ensure I am conducting work I believe in. I research the spatialization of ...

Geography; History

Life in Seattle

Nestled in the University District, just north of downtown, the UW campus provides convenient access to everything Seattle has to offer.

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Your college experience should be challenging, but not overwhelming. The UW offers a range of resources to help support students.

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