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Student Resources

UW and Foster have a variety of student support offices or student organizations to meet your needs. A few such services are highlighted below. For an extensive list of student support offices, visit the Services for Students website. You can also search for student organizations beyond those associated with the Foster School of Business at the Student Activities Office. Offices for most student organizations are located in the Husky Union Building (HUB).

The safety of the students, staff and faculty is of utmost importance to everyone at the University of Washington. SafeCampus is the University’s violence prevention and response program.
SafeCampus supports students, faculty and staff to prevent violence and prepares them to respond when violence occurs. Trained professionals can be reached via phone or email for guidance and support with safety plans. They also collaborate with other campus partners, as per the case, to provide comprehensive assistance.
Disability Resources for Students
Disability Resources for Students coordinates academic accommodations for enrolled students with disabilities. They can also provide additional resources, such as transportation services and an Access Guide showing classroom access, elevator locations, ramps, parking and restroom information.
[email protected]
011 Mary Gates Hall

Veterans Education Benefits Office
This office assists students eligible for veterans’ educational benefits, including tuition or fee reductions.
[email protected]
327 HUB

The Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)
GO-MAP serves the needs of students of color, while simultaneously fostering an educational and social environment in which all students can learn and develop through experiences rich in cultural, ethnic and racial diversity.
[email protected]

Washington Apple Health
Washington Apple Health is co-sponsored by the University of Washington, Washington State Government, and the Affordable Care Act. They provide a number of affordable health plans with local care centers in the Seattle area and surrounding regions. They offer a variety of plans that can be free or low cost to students. For more information, please contact the Washington Health Care Authority at [email protected].

Hall Health
Hall Health provides many services to students that are automatically covered by your tuition including, but not limited to, one visit per quarter for general medical concerns, addiction help services, crisis counseling and many more. Visit their website for more information.

Student Counseling Center
This center offers individual psychological counseling to currently enrolled students. They do not charge a fee for most of their services.
401 Schmitz Hall

Mental Health Clinic
Provides counseling for students who are in need of assistance. Fees are higher than the Student Counseling Center, however the clinic accepts and bills most major insurance plans (including student insurance and private insurance companies).
3rd floor Hall Health

Psychological Services and Training Center
In this office, graduate students in Clinical Psychology provide psychological services to UW students and the general public. Faculty members and private practitioners supervise student counselors. Services include child and family therapy and counseling for individuals or couples.
Guthrie Annex I