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Prospective Graduate (M.Ed. Ed.S. Ed.D. Ph.D.) Students

  • Fall Friday Visits include a 30- to 45-minute information session with an overview of graduate education at the College of Education as well as information about academic programs, funding and admissions. Following the session there will be a 20-minute campus tour for individuals who are not familiar with the campus. 
  • Come by during drop-in advising every Tuesday from 1-3 pm in Miller 206 for a 20-minute first-come, first-served appointment. 
  • Schedule an appointment with Norah Fisher, Student Services Specialist for Graduate Programs, to get your specific questions answered. 

Master in Teaching Information Sessions for Prospective Students

Learn more about our teacher preparation programs in both elementary and secondary education:

  • Visit campus for an MIT information session offered each quarter
  • Come by during drop-in advising every Thursdays from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. for a 15-minute first-come, first-served appointment
  • Schedule an advising appointment to have your specific questions answered

Early Childhood & Family Studies Advising for Prospective Students

Academic advisers are available to assist current UW students as well as students seeking admission to UW. Click here for information on how to meet with an adviser on campus or over the phone. 

Education, Communities & Organizations

Academic advisers are available to assist current UW students as well as prospective students seeking admission to the UW. Click here for more information on how to meet with an ECO adviser on campus or over the phone. 

Undergraduate Visit Opportunities

Get a general introduction to the UW through these events, offered by the Office of Admission and Undergraduate Academic Affairs:

  • Learn more about UW campus tours and plan your visit.
  • Transfer Thursdays, offered weekly, are a great opportunity for transfer students to learn more about the UW, including admission, areas of study, financial aid and housing. 

Directions to Office of Student Services 

The Office of Student Services is located on the 2nd floor in Miller Hall Room 206.

Disability Accommodations - Accessing Miller Hall 

There is only one wheelchair and disability accessible entrance into Miller Hall. This entrance is located on the backside of Miller Hall (facing Stevens Way) and has an exterior ramp, and a 46.5” doorway with automatic doors.

Once you enter, you will be on the first floor. The elevator is located near the main staircase and can access all four floors in Miller Hall, except the mezzanine level. If you have an appointment on the mezzanine, and need help rescheduling you can reach out to the Student Services Office via email with questions – or for more immediate assistance you can reach us at: 206-543-7834.

For any other accommodations, you can email the Disability Resource Office.

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