Last updated: April 25, 2023
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Sign in to MyUW About MyUW
MyUW is your personal portal to the University of Washington. Signing in with your UW NetID displays an overview of personal content, and gives you access to Web resources you need to start your work at the University. Based on your affiliations with the University, MyUW provides a personalized set of resources.
View a tour of MyUW
The slide show below illustrates the kinds of MyUW content generally seen by a UW student. Hover your cursor over the images to click through.
The home page shows time-sensitive notices, a preview of the current Husky Experience Toolkit article, links to registration information in MyPlan, quarter's progression, Husky and Dining Card balances, and links to frequently visited resources.
This closer view of the MyUW home page shows more detail about the information cards available: Notices, Husky Experience Toolkit, and other information (as available) such as Registration and preparing for graduation.
On the Academics page: contact information for adviser(s), a list of current courses along with instructor information, if available. On the right, links to helpful resources for registration, tutoring, advising, grades, and transcripts.
The Visual Schedule is a feature of the Academics page, giving students an at-a-glance view of the day and time when their classes meet. If students click on the building abbreviation, they see a map showing the building location on campus.
Students can access the Husky Experience Toolkit, a series of articles designed to help them make the most of their time at UW. Articles encourage students to challenge themselves, explore their options, and integrate all they are learning.
Toolkit articles reach students every week through the Husky Experience tab on MyUW; they address four aspects of the Husky Experience: Know Yourself, Know the World, Make Your Way, and Weave it Together.
The Accounts page gives students a view of Tuition & Fees and balances on accounts such as Husky Card, Dining Card, U-Pass Membership, and due dates for any library resources they have checked out.
From the Name & Pronouns card, students can access identity.uw.edu, to edit their name and update pronouns. The Student Profile card shows their student number, class standing, and their major if applicable.
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