The UW is dedicated to the success of our transfer students - here are some helpful resources that can guide you and your work with transfer students.
1. Join the UWCC list serve to receive advising and general updates from the UW to Community and Technical Colleges.
2. Become familiar with your institution's UW advising and admission liaisons.
Advising liaisons are your first point of contact with questions about academics.
Admission liaisons are your first point of contact regarding admission questions. You can also view when they will be visiting your institution at this website.
Access documents and resources related to transfer students nationally and at the UW on this google drive.
Here are some key documents:
UW's Community College Research Initiatives (CCRI) conduct nation-wide research on transfer students to better understand policies and practices relative to student experiences, perceptions, and outcomes. Learn more about their research at the CCRI website.
UW/CC Annual Conference - Every April academic advisers are invited to this annual conference on the Seattle UW campus to learn more about the UW, network with UW and CC advisers, and get resources on how to help students best prepare for admission and transition to UW.
Highway to Husky Admissions workshops - An in-depth summer training for advisers on preparing students to transfer to the University of Washington, including a mock application review.
Transfer Thursdays - Every Thursday, prospective transfer students are invited to campus to learn about the admission process, UW academics, meet with an adviser, and get information on topics such as financial aid and housing. Community college advisers are also welcome to attend. Learn more at transfer.uw.edu/thursday.
Download the most updated template here.
Examples: see examples on the following websites
To prepare for a successful application and transfer from a community college, refer to the following worksheet: (link to major specific planning worksheet)
Prospective transfer students at any stage of the planning or application process are invited to contact the departmental adviser (link). Students can consult with the adviser about their individual academic planning prior to admission, and are invited to visit the campus for in-person advising appointments. Schedule a visit (link) to campus around one of the weekly Transfer Thursday (link) events to get general information about the transfer admission process.
Download the most updated template here.
Want to highlight a transfer student? Use the following tips below to capture their story.
See main page for example profiles (scroll to the bottom).
The UW is dedicated to the success and engagement of transfer students. Meet the team of collaborators across campus who are leading the charge on improving the transfer experience.
|Janice Decosmo (Co-Chair)||Undergraduate Academic Affairs|
|Michaelann Jundt (Co-Chair)||Undergraduate Academic Affairs - Student Academic Services|
|Cynthia Caci||College of Arts and Sciences|
|Patricia Kramer||College of Arts and Sciences - Anthropology|
|Michelle Hall||College of the Environment|
|Jocelyn De Jong||Enrollment Management - UW Admissions|
|Helen Garrett||Enrollment Management - University Registrar|
|Kay Lewis||Enrollment Management - Financial Aid|
|Paul Seegert||Enrollment Management - UW Admissions|
|Marisa Nickle||Academic and Student Affairs|
|Patricia Loera||Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity|
|Noe Valdovinos||Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity|
|Kristian Wiles||Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity|
|Lincoln Johnson||Student Life|
|Felipe Martinez||Student Life|
|Pamela Schreiber||Student Life - Housing & Food Services|
|Susan Terry||Student Life - Career & Internship Center|
|Philip Reid||Office of the Provost|
|Joslin Boroughs||Undergraduate Academic Affairs - Advising|
|Tim McCoy||Undergraduate Academic Affairs - Advising|
|Martha Tran||Undergraduate Academic Affairs - Student Academic Services|
|LeAnne Wiles||Undergraduate Academic Affairs - First Year Programs|
|Paul Rucker||UW Alumni Association|
Transfer Student Engagement Council was convened through the Community College Engagement Initiative (CCEI) in 2015. CCEI was a year-long study designed to review and assess the community college transfer student experience at the UW. The CCEI work has continued through continuing councils such as TSEC and is supported by the Transfer Initiative. Questions about the Transfer Initiative, please contact Martha Tran.