arrow_back_ios arrow_forward_ios arrow_back_ios arrow_forward_ios arrow_back_ios arrow_forward_ios Welcome! The Office of the Registrar is operating remotely until further notice. Please contact us by email, via Live Chat or by appointment through Zoom. We are available via Live Chat during regular business hours, Monday - Friday at 8 AM - 5 PM. You may email us at anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Need a Husky Card? The Husky Card is the official identification card for members of the UW Tacoma community. It provides access to services and opportunities, including campus libraries. Learn More Secure Document Upload Portal The Secure Document Upload Portal (SDUP) allows you to submit documents to the Office of the Registrar in a secure manner. Google Chrome is the preferred browser. If you are using a different internet browser and need technical assistance, please contact UWT-IT at email@example.com. Submit My Documents Important Registration Dates News & Highlights Deadline Update: Winter 2021 S/NS Grade Option Students may choose or remove the S/NS grading option for their courses via MyUW through the last day of instruction, March 12. March 2, 2021 Spring 2021 Registration Begins February 12 Spring quarter registration starts on Friday, February 12 by class level. February 11, 2021 Online FERPA Training Course New online FERPA training course is now available for UW Tacoma employees. December 14, 2020 More Stories Quick Links For Students Extraordinary Circumstances Late Grading Option Change Request Current Academic Calendar General Catalog Tuition Rates Explore Course Offerings For Faculty/Staff Grading Resources (Submit Final Grades; Grade Submission Instructions) Change-of-Grade Request (Late Grades) Academic Scheduling Grade Appeal Procedure Student Related Systems Request We are committed to fulfilling our role in the mission, values, and vision of the University of Washington Tacoma by: Facilitating the transition of students from initial enrollment to degree completion. Preserving the integrity and privacy of academic records by serving as the “office of academic records” for students, faculty, staff and the community. Setting students on the path for success by helping them navigate the complexities of university policies and procedures. Valuing and promoting a welcoming environment for the sharing of ideas by fostering open communication, collaboration, and appreciation for a meaningful discussion of diverse perspectives.