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COVID-19 and Prevention

Health and Wellness in the time of COVID 

Prospective Students and Applicants 

To learn more about College of Education undergraduate and graduate degree programs, visit our programs pages or request information.  

Incoming Students 

Advising & Student Services 

Until further notice, the Office of Student Services will operate remotely to serve you during our normal business hours. This is subject to change based on staff availability. Please connect with us by phone (206-543-7834) or email (edinfo@uw.edu) with any questions and we will assist you as quickly as possible.

The Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion is closed for in-person visits and events, but will have extensive virtual programming in Autumn quarter. See their calendar of events for more information, or contact them at osdi@uw.edu.    

All advising meetings will be held online until further notice. Advisers will offer virtual drop-in hours and extended appointment availability in order to connect with you by phone or Zoom. You can also reach your adviser directly via email and they will reply as soon as possible. 

Undergraduate advising resources

Graduate advising resources

Classes and Academic Information 

Only a very small number of College of Education classes will have an in-person component for Autumn quarter -- less than 10%.  The best way to know is to look up your classes in the UW Autumn Time ScheduleIn-person classes will have building and room number listed in the Time Schedule, while online classes will not have a location listed and will have the words "Offered Via Remote Learning" in the description/comments.  Some online classes are being conducted synchronously, meaning that you will have online class meetings at the times shown in the UW Time Schedule.  Other online classes are being conducted asynchronously, meaning that there are no scheduled class meetings, but you will complete online learning activities at times that fit your schedule while also keeping pace with the instructor’s expectations. 

We recognize that every student is in a different place with access to technology, access to the internet, work schedules, and caregiving responsibilities, so courses will be conducted with an eye to ensuring all students can access the content and learn effectively. If you have specific needs or concerns, contact your instructors directly.

Online Learning 

Technology

Field Experiences

We understand that many of you have important fieldwork components to your education in the College. Your program directors are collaborating with state and national certification agencies, as well as school and community partners to ensure your fieldwork requirements are addressed. Your program director/instructor will send specific updates regarding the  fieldwork expectations you will be engaged in to meet program requirements.  Please contact your program director / lead if you have questions about your fieldwork.

Autumn 2020 Degree Completion 

Undergraduate Students

Seniors in the ECE, ECFS and ECO majors should watch for announcements from their academic advisers. Advisers are offering virtual drop-in hours and extended appointment availability in order to connect by phone or Zoom.  

Graduate Students

  • MIT students should connect with their program directors for information about completing degree and certification requirements.  

  • MEd, EdS, EdD and PhD students should connect with their assigned faculty advisors for information about completing their degree requirements.

Additional Information for Graduate Students

  • All doctoral general exams and final exams can be held remotely for Autumn 2020. Confer with your graduate faculty advisor for more details. 

  • Research & Inquiry Presentations will take place on November 13, 2020. If you plan to present, contact Brittany Ota-Malloy and submit your written paper.   

  • Proctored Master’s Exams, for those students who choose or are required to take them, will occur in an online format. The Autumn 2020 Master's Exams have been scheduled for November 20, 2020.  Check in with your advisor about your exam readiness prior to registering for the Master's Exams.   

Financial Support 

International Students 

Campus Services 

College of Education Events & Facilities

  • All in-person College of Education events are cancelled until further notice. All online events will continue as planned.  

  • Miller Hall will be open on a very limited basis for the small number of classes that have in-person components. Some offices may be open for limited hours. Common areas and study areas will not be available for use.  

 

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