The Center for Student Involvement supports the on-going excitement and development of student organizations, events, and programs throughout campus. From this support and guidance, the Center for Student Involvement student employees work alongside the professional staff members to create systems, procedures, and policies with the intention of helping UW Tacoma students connect with and find the engagement opportunities they're looking for. CSI Initiatives develop from collected data, feedback, and evaluations of particular areas that UW Tacoma students provide. These initiatives are executed by student center coordinators, assistants and professional staff members and concentrate on providing as many opportunities for engagement, involvement, and student enhancement as possible.
Explore more about CSI initiatives and take part in the programs, events, and activities that they work on developing!
Dawg Bones was officially launched in Autumn 2020 and provides students with more reasons to get involved on campus by rewarding their attendance at events, meetings, and for fulfilling different opportunities on DawgDen and at the University of Washington Tacoma. The program was developed in order to provide an extra and exclusive incentive for the process students complete in building time and prioritizing their involvement in different activities across UW Tacoma. There is an extraordinary amount of value in participating in organizations, attending events, and engaging with as many different resources, services, and people at UW Tacoma.
The program allows students to collect Dawg Bones by attending and completing tasks on DawgDen, our student engagement platform. With Dawg Bones, students are able to cash in twice a quarter at teh Dawg Bones Shop to exchange their Dawg Bones for exciting prizes, most of which can only be earned from participating in the Dawg Bones Program!
HuskyCord is a virtual space welcoming all community members to find and chat about their interests from video games to movies. HuskyCord utilizes Discord to connect students virtually! Our Channels reflect the many outlets to help students express themselves and get in touch with other UW organizations, events and experiences! We feature student organizations, online social events and chat rooms that will connect you with other members of our community.
Keep up to date with the latest announcement and event information through our platform. Our virtual space also includes study rooms and interactive chat channels. We also encourage suggestions for games, social events and exhibitions for the Center for Student Involvement to feature.
If you're interested in joining our HuskyCord Discord Server, you should head over to DawgDen. You can use the button below to join the DawgDen Organization connected to our HuskyCord Discord.
After you've joined, you'll see that you can access Forms, which includes the Discord Invitiation Form. All UW Tacoma Students need to complete this form in order to review and agree to the Terms & Conditions about behavior and policies associated with the server. Our HuskyCord Server is for current UW Tacoma students only and invitations to the server are only provided with the completion of the DawgDen Form.
Husky On Demand
Have you ever wanted to participate in a program or activity at UW Tacoma, but the date or time did not fit in your schedule? Do you feel like you’ve missed out on important information by not being able to attend?
The Center for Student Involvement understands that sometimes, you may not be able to learn certain information or enhance certain skills because of the priorities that you have in life. Husky On Demand is our answer to scheduling issues when it comes to the skills you would like to enhance and the experiences you would like to have.
Husky On Demand is a resource for UW Tacoma students to use when they have time in their schedule and time is on their side. Gathered in this section of Dawgden are videos and clips you will be able to use to:
• Learn new skills
• Enhance your strengths
• Discover and retain new information
• Explore concepts and attributes that assist in your development
• Try new activities and hobbies