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The Graduate School

G-1 Communications Building
Box 353770
Seattle, Washington 98195-3770

Phone: 206.543.5900
Fax: 206.685.3234

Contact Information

G-1 Communications; Box 353770
Seattle, Washington  98195-3770
Phone: 206.543.5900
Fax: 206.685.3234

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Student Advising Hours:

Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to noon & 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

 

 

Academic Affairs and Planning

307 Loew Hall, Box 352191
Seattle, Washington  98105-2191
Phone: 206.685.3519
Fax: 206.543.8798

The Office of Academic Affairs and Planning contributes to the University's educational and research missions by conducting reviews of existing academic programs and reviewing new graduate degree and certificate proposals for all three University of Washington campuses.  The Office of Academic Affairs and Planning also reviews and modifies graduate program policies (Graduate School Memoranda) and coordinates the activities of the Graduate School Council.

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Advancement

G-1 Communications, Box 353770
Phone: 206.543.1703
Fax: 206.685.3234

The UW Graduate School Advancement Team aims to increase philanthropic gifts benefiting all University of Washington graduate students.  We focus on graduate education giving opportunities that cut across disciplinary boundaries and impact the entire campus.  Our efforts build resources that facilitate the Graduate Dean's priorities; these include enhancing/supporting:  diversity, interdisciplinary programs, dissertation year fellowships, shortened time to degree, and recruitment of top students.  We coordinate matching funds for major fellowship gifts, as well as providing advancement staff support for Graduate School administered programs/units such as the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation fellowships, the Center for Instructional Development and Research (CIDR), and the Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program.  We also work closely with the UW Press development team to augment their efforts to generate private support for the publication of outstanding scholarly books.

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Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

Address: 100 Gerberding Hall, Box 351265
Phone: 206.543.6588
Fax: 206.685.1213
E-mail: theCTL@uw.edu

The Center for Teaching and Learning promotes student learning by supporting and strengthening the UW teaching community.

The Center works with individuals, departments, and communities of practice, as well as in collaboration with campus partners, to share knowledge of best practices and evidence-based research on teaching, learning, and mentoring.

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Computing and Information Resources for the Graduate School

Address: G-1 Communications, 353770
E-mail:gscair@u.washington.edu

Computer Services coordinates process improvement and reengineering in the graduate education administration, maintains databases to support institutional research and reporting, manages and develops the Graduate School website and computer applications such as MyGradProgram and the application for graduate admission, coordinates Graduate School publications and participates in university-wide advisory boards, committees and task force assignments regarding graduate institutional research and computing/technology issues.

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Fellowships and Assistantships

Address: G-1 Communications, Box 353770
Phone: 206.543.7152
Fax: 206.685.3234
E-mail: gradappt@u.washington.edu

The Fellowship and Assistantship Division administers regional and federal fellowship and scholarship programs which require Graduate School involvement, including the application process for Fulbright and other international and research abroad programs for students and faculty, and fellowships funded by private gifts to the university. The division also administers discretionary tuition waivers and explains and monitors policy concerning graduate student appointments.

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Graduate Enrollment Management Services
(Admissions and Student Services)

Address: G-1 Communications, Box 353770
Phone: 206.685.2630
Fax: 206.685.3234
E-mail: uwgrad@u.washington.edu

The Office of Graduate Enrollment Management Services provides information and support to applicants to most master's and doctoral degree programs, including those with Visiting Graduate and Graduate Nonmatriculated status. Applications to professional programs in Medical School (MD), Law School (JD), Dental School (DDS) and Pharmacy (PharmD) are processed separately by each of those schools.

Graduate Enrollment Management Services also facilitates completion of Master’s and Doctoral degrees.  This division assists current graduate students, faculty and staff in understanding and implementing many of the policies, requirements and procedures relating to the completion of these degrees. For information regarding these student services and policies please visit http://www.grad.washington.edu/students/index.shtml.

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. & 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)

Address: G-1 Communications, Box 353770
Phone: 206.543.9016 or 800.524.9122
Fax: 206.685.3234
E-mail: gomap@u.washington.edu

GO-MAP works with the University to provide an innovative and inclusive graduate student community and experience. GO-MAP takes a leadership role in the recruitment and retention of minority and underrepresented students, enhancing scholarship and research, and building community on and off campus, so that all students may learn and grow through experiences rich in cultural, ethnic, and racial diversity.

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Interdisciplinary Programs

Address: 301 Loew, Box 352192
Phone: 206.543.6398
Fax: 206.543.8798
E-mail: jeanp@u.washington.edu

The Graduate School oversees interdisciplinary programs that offer graduate degrees, graduate certificates or program options.  Through its Network of Interdisciplinary Initiatives, the Graduate School supports University-wide interdisciplinary programs.

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Office of the Dean

Address: G-1 Communications
Phone: 206.543.7468
Fax: 206.685.3234

The Vice Provost and Dean is appointed by the President of the University of Washington and serves as the administrator officer presiding over all divisions of the Graduate School. The Graduate School exercises leadership for the University of Washington in matters pertaining to graduate education.

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Public Lectures

Phone: 206.543.0540
Fax: 206.685.3234
E-mail: lectures@u.washington.edu

The Walker - Ames and Danz lectureships are managed and supported through the Graduate School at the University of Washington. It is because of the generous donations from the Walker-Ames and Danz families that the University of Washington is able to present all lectures to the general public free of charge.

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Office of Student Affairs

Address: 315 Loew Hall, Box 353770
Phone: 206.543.5139 or 206.543.9019
Fax: 206.685.3234

The Office of Student Affairs provides information and support to graduate students and faculty in a range of areas, including: student issues associated with Graduate Schools Courses, Professional Development for graduate students, informal and formal academic grievances, issues associated with Title IX compliance.

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University of Washington Press

Street Address: 4333 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, Washington  98195-9570
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 50096. Seattle, Washington  98145-5096
Phone: 206.543.4050
Fax: 206.543.3932
Web Site: http://www.washington.edu/uwpress/

The primary mission of the University of Washington Press is to publish books resulting from original scholarly research. Manuscripts accepted for publication should be outstanding in merit and significance, and intellectually accessible to their intended readers. The basic audiences for Press publications are scholars, professionals, students, and other readers of serious nonfiction. As an integral part of the University of Washington, the Press has a commitment to contribute to the cultural and intellectual development of the Pacific Northwest and to society in its broadest sense, to reflect credit on the University, and to enhance its reputation worldwide.

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