Registration at the University of Washington (UW) is completed online. New students should receive registration materials over the summer from the UW Registrar, including step-by-step instructions for using the online system. If you have questions, call Registration at 206-543-8580.
You will register by using your UWNetID and password to access your MyUW page or using myPlan. From there, register for classes by using the five-digit schedule line number.
GRADUATE STUDENTS: It is necessary to register for a minimum of 2 credits each quarter to maintain graduate student status (with the exeption of summer - unless graduating). International students and graduate students holding assistantships must be registered for a minimum of 10 credits. (2 credits in Summer).
Final Quarter Registration - Graduate students should remember that they must be registered for at least two credit hours during the quarter in which they wish to graduate (including summer quarter).
It is the student’s responsibility to register during their designated registration period. Late registration or changes to registration will result in additional registration fees.
OBTAINING ENTRY/FACULTY CODES
Some graduate level College of Education courses require entry codes. Specific instructions for obtaining entry codes are available in the course notes section of each course listing in the UW Time Schedule. For courses requiring faculty codes (independent study, internship, thesis, and dissertation credit hours), you may submit an online request.
A small number of programs in the College of Education are self-sustaining or fee-based (see list below). Students in these programs will register for courses online and pay tuition through UW Professional and Continuing Education. Consult your program adviser or administrative staff for lists of courses and specific registration and payment instructions.
- Applied Behvaior Analysis (online option)
- Early Care & Education Online Degree Program
- Intercollegiate Athletics Leadership
- Leadership for Learning
- School Psychology Educational Specialist
- Education Policy (cohort program)
- U-ACT: UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers