Health and Wellness
Notify the UW if you have a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19
email@example.com or 206-616-3344
Husky Health & Well-Being provides a central online resource for access to health and wellness services across the campus. Services include:
- The Counseling Center for personal counseling, assessment, referral, and crisis intervention services to currently-enrolled students (206-543-1240).
- UW LiveWell for support and case consultation for students experiencing personal hardship, including academic hardship as the result of extenuating life circumstances (206-543-6085).
Forefront Suicide Prevention is focused on reducing suicide by empowering individuals and communities to take sustainable action, championing systemic change, and restoring hope (206-543-1016).
SafeCampus is here for you 24/7 if you ever need to privately discuss safety and well-being concerns for yourself or others (206-685-SAFE ).
Register for the online UW Violence Prevention and Response Training.
Subscribe to UW Alert for emergency communications.
For concerns related to sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, or compliance with Title IX, contact the Office of the Title IX Coordinator.
UW Emergency Financial Aid. The Emergency Aid Request Form will be available on September 30th.
The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards is hosting a series of sessions for students this fall aimed at improving access to fellowships and scholarships.
Become a successful online learner - visit UW Academic Support Programs for academic coaching
Use the UW free tutoring program
Visit the UW CELE Center - a portal to Community-Engaged Courses, CELE Fellowships, Dream Project, Husky Leadership Initiative, Jumpstart, Othello-UW Commons, Riverways Education Partnerships (formerly Pipeline Project) and Undergraduate Community Based Internships (UCBI).
While UW Libraries buildings are closed until further notice, libraries staff are available 24/7 to help students find resources, assist with research and answer questions.