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Public Computer Use

The UWT Learning and Research Commons (LARC) is available to the public. You are welcome to use the UWT Library’s information resources and services for purposes of research and learning. UWT Library staff seek to provide services and facilities that support and foster the free flow of learning, information-gathering, and other related activities.

Group study room policy agreement

  • Group Study Rooms are for UW student, faculty and staff use.
  • Only UW students with a valid UW NetID can reserve Group Study Rooms using the online reservation system. Library staff WILL NOT reserve rooms for students.
  • All Group Study Rooms may only be reserved for use during the Library's Open Hours.
  • Public users cannot reserve the Group Study Rooms. To reserve a room on campus, the public must apply with Conference Services.

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#HuskySnap Winners

Looking for the current contest guidelines?  Click here!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the #HuskySnap Instagram contest!  At the conclusion of our month-long submission period, the Office of Undergraduate Education, together with the UWT Peer Advisers, judged the submissions and chose five winning photos.  We're pleased to share those photos, and the winning students' comments, on this page!

Student Integrity Code

We the students of the Milgard School of Business believe that integrity and honesty are integral to our educational experience and our lives. We aspire to hold ourselves and our fellow students to the highest ethical standards and will not engage in activities that are improper or have the appearance of impropriety in our academic lives. We intend to maintain these standards as graduates of UW Tacoma.

Board Governance Home

Board Governance is a two-course sequence that introduces students to board membership and governance through an apprenticeship and engaging academic inquiry. Each student is matched with a nonprofit organization where the student serves as an apprentice board member, with a regular board member serving as a mentor.

Board Governance Overview

Board Governance is a two-course sequence that introduces students to board membership and governance through an apprenticeship on a board. Each student is matched with a nonprofit organization where the student serves as an apprentice board member, with a regular board member serving as mentor.

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