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We're always happy to talk with prospective SET majors and offer many ways for you to connect with us. We welcome questions from high school students, transfer students, and current UWT students interested in our degrees. You can choose to sign up for our mailing list, attend Transfer Tuesday, schedule an appointment, email with questions, or stop by to chat during one of our school visits or events. 

Current students and prospective graduate students in need of an appointment should visit our Academic Advising page to schedule with one of our major advisors. 


SET Email List

Sign up to receive SET undergrad program updates, application deadline reminders, and event announcements. This email list is for students not yet admitted into a SET major. 


Transfer Tuesdays

UW Tacoma Admissions hosts Transfer Tuesdays every quarter to help students prepare for applying to the school and their intended major. Take a campus tour, attend a UWT Admissions info session, and visit SET for drop-in advising on select dates. Please note that UWT Admissions is currently hosting informational webinars rather than in-person sessions. 

Register here for Transfer Tuesday. The SET drop-in advising schedule is posted on the registration page.  


Schedule an Appointment

All advising appointments will be held via phone or virtually through Zoom during spring 2020. We'll update our webpages when in-person advising becomes available again. 

Book a Zoom or phone appointment with prospective student advisor Megan Reardon at a time that works for you. In our online scheduling system, choose "Prospective Student" as your type of appointment and you'll be directed to Megan's schedule. (Note: prospective students for a SET graduate program should meet with the graduate advisor Curtis Black.)

For quick questions, or if an appointment isn't convenient or possible, you're welcome to send an email or see if an advisor is available to help through our online chat.   


Event Calendar

Please check back for updates on online information sessions during spring and summer quarters.