Hello UW Huskies, prospective Huskies, family members, and community friends!
With more than a dozen departments and programs ranging from first-generation initiatives to career services and from on-campus housing, recreation, and student financial aid to the veterans and military resource center, the student affairs division focuses on student success. We care deeply about our students' wellbeing and endeavor to co-create a student ready community where students establish meaningful connections with each other and faculty, staff, and alumni.
This year, we are excited to carefully restore in-person instruction and activities. The U-Dub Tacoma Pack is Back, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to expand access to a university education, promote community engagement, and facilitate career readiness. I invite you to engage with our campus and explore the many opportunities that we have to offer.
HuskiesCare is a Virtual Resource Hub. Managed by the Office of Student Advocacy and Support, HuskiesCare will help you find resources for your basic needs and any other concerns you might be experiencing.
Your voice about how Student Affairs has impacted your journey to and through UW Tacoma is critical to helping others understand the impact of our work and can expand the success of current and future students.
Student Affairs is dedicated to MOVING STUDENTS FORWARDand assisting students through their journey at UW Tacoma. From students' experiences considering and applying to UW Tacoma, to their time growing academically and professionally at UW Tacoma, to their transitions into their dream jobs, the Division of Student Affairs exists to support our many and diverse students and ensure they are prepared for a successful and fulfilling career.
Since March 2020, the university has adhered to safety and prevention strategies to protect the campus and surrounding communities. COVID protocols will continue to evolve as necessary and we will continue to use evidence-based practices and public health guidance to lead the way in the detection and prevention of COVID-19.