Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

The Office of Student Services is here to help you throughout your time in the College of Education. From navigating the application process to academic advising to connecting you with other UW services, we are ready to support your success. The Office of Student Services holds advising appointments and other meetings both in person and online. 

Our office is located in 206 Miller Hall.  For Summer 2023, the office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Online appointments and meetings can occur outside these hours -- check with specific advisers or staff to find out their availability. 

Please call (206-543-7834) or email us ( to let us know how we can help! 

Are you unsure who to contact? Use our:

Find your advisor tool

You can also go directly to our: undergraduate student support staffgraduate student support staff, or other Office of Student Services staff memebers.

Undergraduate Student Support Staff

Admission Advising Services 

The College of Education welcomes all prospective students including high school, transfer, and returning students.

If you have questions about our undergraduate majors and minor, please attend any of the following events for prospective students:

Prospective students may email for additional program information.

Jenni Campbell (she/her)
Assistant Director of Academic & Student Services, Early Care & Education

Current and prospective Early Care and Education (ECE) students may schedule an advising appointment.

Ruth O. Ayodeji (she/her)
Experiential Learning Coordinator

Early Care and Education & Early Childhood and Family Studies teaching and learning students who have questions regarding community-based learning may schedule an appointment

Denisse G Guerrero-Harvey (she/her/ella/suya)
Lead Academic Adviser

Declared Early Childhood & Family Studies Major (ECFS) may schedule an advising appointment.

Keeyon M Scott (he/him)
Lead Academic Adviser

Declared Education, Communities & Organizations Major (ECO) students may schedule an advising appointment.

Kayla Mendoza Chui (she/her)
Community Partner Liaison

Declared Education, Communities & Organizations Major (ECO) students who have questions about their capstone internship experience may schedule an appointment.

Ramon Concepcion (he/him)
Assistant Director for Undergraduate Academic & Student Services

Declared Education, Learning, & Society Minor (ELS) students may schedule an advising appointment.

Graduate Student Support Staff

Matthew A Goode (he/him)
Graduate Admission and Outreach Adviser

Prospective and not yet admitted graduate students (non-certification programs) may schedule an advising appointment

Christian K. Love (he/him)
Associate Director for Graduate Academic & Student Services

Admitted, current, and graduating graduate students (non-certification programs) may schedule an advising appointment via email.

Michael Nielsen (he/him)
Assistant Director of Certification Management and Enrollment Support

Prospective Master in Teaching Elementary & Secondary/Special Education Certificate applicants may schedule an advising appointment.  Virtual drop in advising is available on Tuesdays from 2pm-4pm.

Gwen Sweeney (she/her)
Teacher Candidate Retention and Support Specialist

Teacher Education Program students, centering BIPOC teacher candidates and early career teacher alumni, who are seeking support may schedule an appointment via email.

Other Office of Student Services Staff

Program Coordinator (Student Services)

Summer Lo (she/her)
Student Services Manager

Zainab Alhassani (she/her)
Undergraduate Programs Manager

Kate Calisto (she/her)
Associate Director of Academic Planning and Curriculum Management

Lynn Dietrich (she/her)
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs

Martin Howell (he/him)
Assistant Dean for Academic & Student Affairs

Paula Wetterhahn (she/her)
Director of Admissions & Enrollment

Bridget Wittke (she/her)
Program Coordinator  


College of Education Office of Student Serivces
2012 Skagit Lane
Box 353600
Seattle, WA 98105

Miller Hall, Suite 206