UW College of Education Prospective Student Days 2021

Congratulations on being accepted to a graduate program here at the University of Washington's College of Education! We encourage your participation in our virtual Prospective Student Days events occurring April 1-2. We have developed a series of online sessions designed for you to learn more about our programs and community. You will have opportunities to network with other 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 - April 1, 2021

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Getting to Know the CoE - This session is an overview of  the College of Education. We will talk about our programs, milestones, and community. Attend if you are interested in knowing more about the logistics of being a graduate student in the CoE. 

 

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM  &  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Question & Answer Sessions, join us at any Q&A session to ask your questions! 

 

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Student Perspectives in the CoE - In this session, our newly admitted students will hear from a panel of current students about their experiences within the college. We have masters and doctoral students joining us from a variety of programs within the college.Think about what questions you have and join us! 

 

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Living in Seattle - In this presentation we intend to share more about the City of Seattle. We will focus on the University District, where the UW is located, but we'll also touch on neighboring communities our students often live and work in. We will share information about Graduate Student Housing on campus as well! Join us if you want to ask questions about student's living experiences in Seattle. 

 

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Voices of CoE Alumni Join in for this panel of recent alumni. They'll talk about where they are now and how their experiences in the CoE prepared them for success! 

Online Prospective Student Days - April 2, 2021

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Question & Answer Sessions - join us at any Q&A session to ask your questions! 

 

11:30 AM - 3:00 PM | Faculty-Led Program Information Sessions most programs will have a faculty-led information session where you will get to learn more about your academic program, the faculty who will lead you, and expectations. These sessions are not meant to cover the logistics of milestones and general questions, please attend a Q&A for these types of questions. 

 

1:15 PM - 2:15 PM | Meet the Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion this session is intended for incoming BIPOC students, international students, and other historically excluded students. You'll learn about the OSDI, a student-led office offering support, resources, and programming for students in the college. They will also be taking you on a virtual campus tour and highlighting spaces important for the populations served by the OSDI. Join in! 

 

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM | Diverse Student Perspectives in the CoE - In this session, our newly admitted students will hear from a panel of current BIPOC and international students about their experiences within the college. We have masters and doctoral students joining us from a variety of programs within the college.Think about what questions you have and join us! 

 

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM | CoE Graduate Student Social - Human Bingo Virtual socials can be difficult, we get that! Join in for a game of Human Bingo where you will be encouraged to share and listen from others who join. When you leave you should know someone who is a returning Husky, someone who has traveled to every state in the PNW, and maybe even someone who has been to the Chicago Bean! 

Register to Attend

Take a look at the schedule above and complete this form to resister to attend. 

Traveling to Campus?

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

Questions? 

Contact our Assistant Director of Graduate Student Services, Brittany Ota-Malloy, at bota@uw.edu.  


 

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