The University of Washington offers students a variety of resources to assist with academic success, including study resources, transfer student support and more. Here is a partial list you may find helpful.
For additional resources such as counseling center information, visit our Resources page.
Academic support and study skills
- The UW Academic Support Programs provides an overview of all study and tutoring resources.
- The UW Instructional Center provides academic support for Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity students.
- UW Undergraduate Advising list of study centers and tutoring resources
- Odegaard Writing and Research Center
- CLUE (Center for Undergraduate Learning and Enrichment) is the UW’s free, late-night, multi-disciplinary study center. Includes drop-in tutoring for a variety of subjects (including biology, chemistry, statistics and writing) as well as class-specific discussions and test review sessions.
- Biology free study assistance: Tri-beta biology tutoring.
- Statistics Tutoring Center: Free drop-in tutoring for students in any introductory stats course (including Q SCI 381). Schedule varies; located in Communications B023.
The University’s policy is to create inclusive and accessible learning environments. Within the College of the Environment, all students have the right to an environment that maximizes their learning. If students are not able to fully participate due to a disability, the University strives to provide alternate and equal experiences.
- Disability Resources for Students – find counseling, testing and planning for accommodations for short or long-term disabilities at Mary Gates Hall 011.
- Visit the Disability Office website for services offered to students.
Please see our Accommodation Statement for more information.
Washington state law requires that UW develop a policy for accommodation of student absences or significant hardship due to reasons of faith or conscience, or for organized religious activities. The UW’s policy, including more information about how to request an accommodation, is available at Religious Accommodations Policy. Accommodations must be requested within the first two weeks of this course using the Religious Accommodations Request form.
- UW Office of Registrar Student Services & Resources: Access relevant forms, the Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS), and more.
- Student Financial Aid Office: With the Husky Promise, the UW guarantees to cover the full cost of tuition and standard fees for qualified students who otherwise could not afford to attend.