How can I meet with an adviser?
How can I meet with an adviser?

There are nearly 200 advisers at the UW; find one (or more!) that works for you and start building your educational team. At UAA Advising, 30-minute advising appointments are available by calling (206) 543-2550 or stopping by the Center for Undergraduate Advising, Diversity, & Student Success, located on the Seattle campus in 141 Mary Gates Hall. Quick Questions can be answered in person Monday-Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or sent to advice@uw.edu.

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I really enjoy this program because it gives students a sense of direction when you feel lost or just confused. The advisers are open people and I feel very at ease and comfortable talking about my concerns and problems. They always try their hardest to help you.

— UW Sophomore

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Undergraduate academic advising at the University of Washington is a core element of the University's focus on student learning.

As educators, advisers partner with faculty and the campus community to cultivate our students' intellectual development.

As guides and advocates, advisers collaborate with students to craft a transformative educational experience so that they may become informed, articulate and thoughtful students of the University and citizens of the world.

—Mission Statement for Academic Advising, adopted November 2007

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