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Academic Advising at the School of Engineering & Technology

Academic advising is integral to the success of our students.  In order to best serve you, it's helpful to make an appointment with a SET Advisor. We offer weekday appointments year-round, between 8:00am and 4:00pm.  We look forward to working with you! 

David Ross - Undergraduate Advisor

David works with current undergraduate students in all SET majors. He has been with the school for over 5 years. 
Email: dross76@uw.edu

Beth Jeffrey - Undergraduate Advisor

Beth works with current undergraduate students in all SET majors. She has been with the school for over 8 years. 
Email: elizaj3@uw.edu

 

Megan Reardon - Undergraduate Advisor/Recruiter

Megan is new to SET after many years in advising at the College of Engineering at UW Seattle. Megan primarily meets with prospective students to all SET undergraduate majors. 
Email: mreardon@uw.edu

 

Curtis Black - Graduate Advisor

Curtis works with students who are enrolled or interested in our graduate programs (Masters in Computer Science and Cybersecurity & Leadership).
Email: uwtcurt@uw.edu

 

Meet with an Advisor

Are you in need of academic advising? We encourage you to schedule an in-person or phone appointment with a SET advisor through our online scheduling system. Use the button below to pick the type of appointment you need at a time that works for you.  Appointments can be made with the undergraduate advisors up to 24 hours in advance, but please try to schedule early as our calendars often fill up quickly.

The advisors see students by appointment only. You can also email us with quick questions. Drop-in advising is not available. 

Advisors can help you:

  • Determine which SET degree program is right for you by discussing your unique strengths, goals and skills.
  • Understand the admissions process and your responsibilities for enrollment. 
  • Create a course schedule that works with your life and allows you to complete your program in a timely and effective manner.  
  • Identify resources that will support your success or that can offer assistance if you are struggling.
  • Complete and submit required UW paperwork (VA/military forms, financial aid, degree plans, etc.).
  • Prepare for internships and careers by reviewing resumes and offering guidance on career resources. 

Important Admission Dates

Information Technology

The IT program admits students for autumn quarter only

Priority Deadline: March 15
Final Deadline: May 15

Computer Science & Systems

The CSS program accepts students for autumn and winter quarters only

Autumn Priority Deadline: March 15
Autumn Final Deadline: May 15
Winter Deadline: December 14 

Computer Engineering & Systems
Electrical Engineering

The CES and EE programs admit students for autumn quarter only

Priority Deadline: March 15
Final Deadline: May 15

The CES and EE programs may accept late applications if space is still available. 

*All prerequisites must be complete in order to qualify for any of the above majors.  Please check the programs section to see that you meet entrance requirements