November 18, 2019

Use MyPlan to estimate coursework equivalency at the UW

If you’ve taken courses at Washington community and technical colleges, then you can use the transfer course equivalency tool recently redesigned in MyPlan to assess how your coursework may transfer to the UW.

October 16, 2019

Celebrate International Pronouns Day

Diversity identity and privacy concept

October 16 is a day to celebrate gender identity and respectful pronoun use. Learn more from the Office of the University Registrar.  

September 25, 2019

Tech at your fingertips in Back-to-School edition of IT Connect News

Check out the Back-to-School edition of IT Connect News for undergrads and grads, and read about tech at the UW that is right at your fingertips. With information for new and veteran Huskies alike, the special issue covers essential IT tools and resources to get started, to navigate and plan, and to help you study…

September 18, 2019

Check out tech resources for teaching classes

Learn how to navigate the array of IT resources available for instructors including how to set up courses in Canvas, record lectures using Panopto, engage students in class with Poll Everywhere, submit grades with GradePage, and more. This quick start guide is offered to you by UW Information Technology.

August 27, 2019

Student requests for degree audits, course transfers info reach 5 million

At any given time in the academic year, thousands of students want to know if they are on track to graduate, if they have satisfied degree requirements for a major, or how their coursework from other colleges will transfer to the UW. Their questions are answered quickly and efficiently, thanks to the integration of UW’s…

August 9, 2019

Students’ input critical to MyUW redesign, a model others encouraged to adopt

Listening to students and using a user-centered design process proved critical to the latest successful redesign of MyUW’s student portal, according to a new published article in Campus Technology. In total, 57 students participated in the user-focused design studies and more than 400 responded to the survey. The article encourages other institutions to consider a…

May 20, 2019

You can now search MyPlan by number of credits or instructor

screenshot of MyPlan's advanced search feature on an image of a desktop with a green background

Looking for just two or three credits to round out your schedule? Or maybe you want to see every course taught by your favorite instructor? Now you can quickly search sections in the Time Schedule in MyPlan (sign in required) by credit or instructor last name.

April 26, 2019

Find out about online learning opportunities at UW Bothell

Woman studying outside with her desktop on a picnic table

To engage and meet the needs of students through online learning, Penelope Moon and the Office of Digital Learning and Innovation (DLI) offer a plethora of resources. With DLI’s support, UW Bothell faculty have built more than 90 fully online courses and more than 250 hybrid courses, with at least 50 percent of the course…

April 23, 2019

Students win regional cyber defense competition, head to nationals

UW Student team together with trophy for winning regionals

The UW Seattle-based student group held on to their regional title in the Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, which they’ve won nearly every year since 2008. Now they’re at the national competition where they are among the ten teams from around the country competing for the championship. The student teams must operate and manage…

April 11, 2019

Tap your Husky Card for access to classroom A/V equipment

Teacher teaching studen in classroom at university with a white screen in the front of the classroom and audio-visual equipment overhead

Instructors can use their Husky Card to access audio/visual equipment in some classrooms with a single tap. Many general assignment classrooms with locked drawers and teaching podia have already been outfitted with this new technology that uses a RFID system connected to your Husky Card for unlocking classroom technology. Find out if your classroom has…

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