As an Undergraduate Evening Degree Completion student, you can take advantage of many University of Washington services and resources. Below is a list of links to help you get started.
The links followed by an asterisk (*) indicate essential new student resources.
The links followed by an (E) indicate services or facilities that are available after 5 p.m.
Evening Degree Course Registration
Get information about and register for Evening Degree program courses.
Evening Degree Satisfactory Progress Policy
This policy ensures that you are successfully enrolled in a degree completion program.
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.
All matriculated UW Seattle campus students are required to provide proof of measles immunity. Students will not be allowed to register for any classes until they have satisfied the UW Measles Requirement.
MyUW is an easy-to-use tool for accessing online information and resources, including your class schedule, grades and UW email.
A UW NetID is your personal identification for using UW online resources.
The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information on qualifying for, applying for and receiving financial aid.
Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards*
The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards offers information and resources about student scholarship opportunities and mentors students through application processes.
This interactive map of the UW Seattle campus shows the locations of buildings, libraries, computer labs, food outlets, parking lots and more.
Husky NightWalk* (E)
Uniformed UW security guards will provide a walking escort on campus in the evening upon request.
NightRide Shuttle* (E)
The UW offers a NightRide shuttle for students who live close to campus and are staying on campus after dark. The shuttle usually runs on weeknights from 8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. during autumn, winter and spring quarters.
Transportation & Parking*
Commuter Services provides information on transportation options, parking, the U-PASS and more.
The U-PASS offers unlimited rides on Seattle-area bus services, Link light rail and Sounder commuter trains. It also offers discounted carpool parking, vanpool subsidies and a low membership rate for Zipcar.
This page contains important links and contact information regarding safety issues for the UW campus and community.
Counseling Center (E)
The Counseling Center offers UW students personal counseling and help with career choices and study skills.
The Hall Health Primary Care Center is an outpatient facility that offers quality health care services to UW students and their dependents, UW faculty and staff and the general public.
Recreational Sports (IMA)
The Department of Recreational Sports Programs offers dozens of different sports activities for students, as well as a fitness center, swimming pools, sports fields and more.
Student Health Insurance Plan*
Students may enroll in an accident and sickness insurance plan for themselves and their dependents.
Library Services* (E)
The award-winning University of Washington library system has 16 libraries on three campuses, more than 7 million print volumes and many online resources.
University Book Store* (E)
The University Book Store stocks textbooks as well as Husky apparel and a large selection of fiction, nonfiction and reference books. Online ordering is available.
Career Center (E)
The UW Career Center offers services to help students explore career options and prepare for the professional world.
Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center
The Carlson Center develops service-learning and leadership opportunities for UW students in the community.
Child Care Assistance Program
This program provides eligible student parents with direct financial assistance in purchasing services at state-licensed child care facilities.
Computing & Networking Resources (E)
UW students have access to email services, free software, computing labs, technology workshops and more.
Course Evaluation Catalog
The Course Evaluation Catalog collects and summarizes student ratings of courses.
The Disability Resources for Students office is committed to providing reasonable academic accommodations to qualified UW students with disabilities.
Housing & Food Services (E)
Housing & Food Services provides information on residence halls and other housing options for students, as well as details about places to eat on campus, including hours of operation.
Husky Union Building (E)
The HUB is a popular place to meet on campus and includes dining options, a branch of the University Book Store, a self-service postal center, a bank and cash machines, a newsstand and candy counter, a ticket sales office and more.
Student Legal Services provides legal advice, counseling, negotiation assistance and court representation in legal matters.
Minority Affairs & Diversity
The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity provides a variety of services for students, primarily, but not exclusively, for those from backgrounds historically underrepresented in higher education.
The Office of Educational Assessment provides a variety of testing services, including administering admission examinations such as the SAT, ACT, LSAT and MCAT.
The Veterans Center offers services for veterans such as financial aid counseling and advising for VA educational benefits.
The University of Washington Women's Center provides educational programs, services and training to promote greater awareness of gender and equality issues at the university and throughout society.