The College of Education offers an on-campus Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood & Family Studies and an online  Bachelor of Arts in Early Care and Education as well as a minor for on-campus students titled Education, Learning, & Society. The Undergraduate Office in the College of Education serves as the main resource for prospective high school students, transfer students, and returning students. Scott Weatherman, Academic Adviser is available to all prospective students to learn more about our undergraduate programs, assist in planning a successful transfer plan, advice on applying to the major, and connecting you with other campus resources. 

Undergraduate Academic Advising for On-Campus ECFS and Online ECE Programs

Effective Spring 2018 the name of the ECFS Online Program will change to

Early Care and Education

The new name will apply for all students entering the program beginning Autumn 2018.

Miller Hall Suite 206

Regular Office Hours
Monday-Friday 9:00AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 - 5:00 PM
Office closed all UW holidays

Individual Appointments
Scott Weatherman is available for 1:1 advising appointments via phone, in-person, and Zoom Meeting. Appointments typically last up to 30 minutes. Appointments can be made online by clicking here.

Email Advising
Prospective students can contact Scott Weatherman at with questions. 

Information for Transfer Students

To find out how courses from a Washington state community or technical college will transfer to the University of Washington (UW), access the UW Equivalency Guide for Washington Community and Technical Colleges and review the UW Admissions website specific to transfer students.

Every Thursday, prospective students interested in transferring to the UW are invited to campus to attend Transfer Thursday and learn more about UW admissions, academic areas of study, and other topics such as financial aid and housing. Learn more»


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