Whether it be academic tutoring, mental health or wilderness protocol, we want to make sure that you are well prepared to take on the challenges you may face during your college career.

Study Centers

The Office of Minority Affairs Instructional Center is a tutoring instruction, and computer lab, EOP students or referrals only

The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) (MGH Commons) is a late-night tutoring on various nights for multiple disciplines

The Engineering Advising and Student Center (Loew Hall) is a study area with computers, engineering materials and advising help.

Women in Science and Engineering (Loew 301) offers tutoring in math, chemistry and physics.

The Math Study Center (Communications B014 and B006) allows for individual or group study and tutoring help; includes Math 120, 124/5/6 and 144/5/6 on selected days and times.

The Odegaard Writing and Research Center (Odegaard 326) provides interdisciplinary writing help from trained student tutors; open Sunday through Thursday afternoons and evenings; closed during summer.

UW Library Resources

Environmental and Forest Sciences Graduate Student Guide

Mental Health and Wellness

Counseling Center Self-Assessment provided by the UW Counseling Center provides a safe environment to help students explore the challenges of life and learning at UW. Counseling, outreach, preventive programming, advocacy and consultation are provided to students here.

The Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) provides cross-culture experiences, student leadership and community connections to both international and domestic students.

The Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity works to increase diversity on campus through academic support programs, financial aid and counseling opportunities, and social and cultural activities.

Husky Health & Well-being is UW’s new one-stop wellness website, streamlining student access to a robust range of care and resources.

Disability Resources for Students is dedicated to ensuring access and inclusion for all students with disabilities on campus. Academic coaching and consultation on accommodations is provided.

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