UW Professional & Continuing Education students have access to many UW services and resources.
The Campus Safety and Emergency Resources site has resources related to campus safety and emergency preparedness, including the UW Alert system.
The Disability Services Office strives to help make the UW community more accessible for all. If you are a non-degree student seeking accommodation for a permanent or temporary disability, contact the office for more information and assistance. You can reach Disability Services at 206-543-6450 or email@example.com.
Looking for a place to eat or grab a coffee on campus? Housing and Food Services provides a list of restaurant and cafe options, including hours of operation.
The Hall Health Center is an outpatient facility that offers quality health care services to UW students and their dependents, to faculty and staff, and to the general public. Check with your insurance provider to see if Hall Health Center services are covered.
The Husky Card is the official identification card for members of the UW community. It provides access to a variety of services and opportunities, including UW library services.
Husky NightWalk provides a free walking escort on campus in the evening upon request. Uniformed security guards will escort you to campus locations, the UW Tower and parking garages from 7:30 p.m. to 3 a.m. during the summer and from 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. during the school year, seven days a week. To use Husky NightWalk, call 206-685-WALK (9255).
UW-IT offers discounted software, collaboration tools and other technical resources for UW students. Some resources may only be available if you’ve paid the technology or computer account fees.
The University of Washington library system offers access to millions of print volumes and many online resources. Students in UW Professional & Continuing Education programs can check out materials at UW libraries beginning the first day of the quarter for which they are enrolled. Your student ID (Husky Card) serves as your library card. See library resources especially for UWPCE students.
The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity offers a variety of services — primarily, but not exclusively, for students from backgrounds historically underrepresented in higher education.
Explore options for getting to and around the UW. Transportation Services provides information about transit, biking, parking and more. Note: Students taking noncredit courses are not eligible to purchase the U-PASS transit pass. Non-degree students taking credit courses may be eligible to purchase an optional pass.
The University Book Store stocks textbooks required for UW classes as well as Husky apparel and a large selection of general, reference and children's books. You can order books over the phone and have them mailed to you (shipping costs may apply).
The Veterans Education Benefits Office offers services for veterans such as financial aid counseling and advising for VA educational benefits.
The Women's Center provides educational programs, services and training to promote greater awareness of gender and equality issues at the university and throughout society.