Academic Support Programs

Our programs help UW students realize their potential — at the University and beyond. We provide a space for all students to be included, challenged, and supported in their educational journey.

CLUE tutoring will begin on Thursday, October 1st in a virtual setting. Success Coaching will also be available as of the first week of the quarter.

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CLUE Tutoring

CLUE is the UW's free multidisciplinary study center located in Mary Gates Hall, Commuter and Transfer Commons (CTC), and Othello Commons. For Autumn 2020, CLUE will be operating virtually but still available to all students.

 

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Online Learning

Being a successful online student will take practice and dedication. Effective online learning requires that you tailor your study habits to the online learning environment. Here are some tips on how to be successful learning online.

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Success Coaching

Want help with your time management skills, goal-setting, and study strategies? Our academic success coach is available to help you get where you want to be and overcome challenges that impede your success in college.

Success Coaching

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Mission

Academic Support Programs creates transformative educational experiences to help undergraduates thrive academically at the University of Washington. Committed to a diverse and inclusive university, we develop varied models of support to help all our students succeed. These models include a multidisciplinary study center (The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment, or CLUE), challenging and supportive academic achievement courses, tutoring and mentorship programs, and collaboration with campus partners.

Vision

We believe in the potential of all students at the University of Washington — and that educational support, which includes compassion, commitment, equity, and patience, can help students realize this potential.