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UW College of Education Prospective Student Days 2022

Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of Washington's College of Education! We encourage you to attend our virtual Prospective Student Days events occurring March 31 and April 1. We have developed a series of online sessions to help you learn more about our programs and our #EduDawg community. Prospective Student Days allows you opportunities to network with fellow admitted students, as well as current students, and faculty. Register by March 30 to ensure you have access to our events.

Prospective Student Days Schedule

Online Prospective Student Days - March 31, 2022

10:00-11:15 am: GSEE Virtual Visit Days Student Panel (Registration Required)
10:00-11:00 am: Multicultural Education Admitted Student Session
12:00-1:00 pm: Learning Sciences & Human Development Admitted Student Session
12:00-1:00 pm: Special Education (Doctoral) Admitted Student Session
3:00-4:00 pm: ABA (On-Campus) Admitted Student Session
5:00-7:00 pm: Special Social Activity & Networking

Online Prospective Student Days - April 1, 2022

10:00-11:15 am: GSEE Virtual Visit Days Staff Presentation (Registration Required)
11:30-12:50 pm: Measurement & Statistics Admitted Student Session
12:00-1:00 pm: Social & Cultural Foundations Admitted Student Session
2:00-3:00 pm: School Psychology Admitted Student Session
2:00-3:00 pm: Leadership in Higher Education Admitted Student Session
2:00-3:00 pm: Teaching, Language, and Curriculum / Language, Literacy, and Culture Admitted Student Session
3:00-4:00 pm: Student Perspectives in the CoE Panel
3:00-4:00 pm: Living in Seattle Student Panel
4:00-5:00 pm: Diverse Student Perspectives in the CoE Panel (BIPOC & International focus)
4:00-5:00 pm: First Year Experiences in the CoE
 

Register to Attend

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Zoom Backgrounds

While they don’t solve for the occasional pet cameo or muted microphone, these custom UW College of Education Prospective Student Days Zoom backgrounds are sure ways to add some flair to this event.

Whatever fits your style best, download one of these backgrounds to get started.

Download

  • Click a thumbnail in the gallery to open the full-size image
  • Right click and select “Save image as…”
  • Select a location on your computer to download the file and hit “Ok”

Customize

  • Open the Zoom desktop client.
  • Click the gear icon (⚙) to access settings
  • Select “Virtual Background” in the left menu
  • Click the plus icon (➕) and select “Add Image”
  • Locate the downloaded file on your computer and click “Ok”
  • Your custom Zoom background will be uploaded and automatically selected
  • Toggle perspective by flipping the image with “Mirror my video”
  • Close settings to complete the process

Share the news!

Admitted graduate students with US addresses will receive an admitted student packet. Post a selfie with the poster or pennant you received in your packet using #EduDawgs2022. Tag us using @UWEducation on Instagram or @UWCollegeofEd on Twitter and you may see your post on our social media! Future #EduDawgs who tag us in their selfie will be entered to win a UW Bookstore gift card.

Let's Dance!

Move your feet and enter the musical world of the Pacific Northwest with our Spotify playlist dedicated to musicians who have called the Pacific Northwest home. You may even hear the sounds of a Sasquatch or two! Listen here!

Traveling to Campus?

Although Prospective Student Days is typically hosted on-campus in Seattle, Washington, this year's event will be hosted virtually. That means, no commute to campus — from anywhere! 

Questions? 

Contact our Graduate Admission & Outreach Advisor, Matthew Goode, at mxgoode@uw.edu.  


 

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