UW Graduate School

UW Graduate School


NOTICE: In-Person Meetings Suspended

Graduate students: Due to concerns around novel coronavirus and in accordance with guidance from public health officials, the offices of the Graduate School will not be scheduling any in-person meetings with students until further notice. Remote appointments (by phone or video chat) are still available. Please contact the appropriate office to schedule.

Students who have accepted an offer of admission should have their transcripts mailed to the Graduate School. Information, instructions and mailing address can be found by logging in to the Application for Graduate Study.


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Graduate School COVID-19 guidance and information

Special Online Lecture Series

The Graduate School is partnering with faculty from Population Health, the Communication Leadership program, and others to host a weekly panel titled “Coexisting with COVID-19.” Read More and Register >

Eight graduate students receive Fulbright Fellowships

China, Germany, Nigeria, and Sweden are just some of the countries where UW graduate students and alumni will be studying and working next year.

Landolt Distinguished Graduate Mentor Awardee

Professor Manka Varghese was singled out as one "who stands for and with students."

Husky 100

A big congratulations to Erin Lee and Mollie McDonnell, two students within the Graduate School’s programs who were named to the Husky 100 for 2020.

Read profiles of UW graduate students, faculty and alumni

Our students study everything from HIV transmission to plasma physics to horror movies. And their personal stories are just as interesting...

U501: Flipping Grad School Orientation

Ready for graduate school? Get ready with U501, our self-guided online orientation.

UW Graduate School News 

In Memory of Dr. Gabriel Gallardo

Dr. Gabriel Gallardo, associate vice president for student success of the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMA&D), has passed away. Dr. Gallardo was also a staunch supporter of GO-MAP, and everyone at the Graduate School mourns this loss. Read more > (May 11, 2020)  


Husky 100

Congratulations to Erin Lee, a GO-MAP graduate student assistant, and Mollie McDonald, a Ph.D. student in Molecular and Cellular Biology, for being selected as a 2020 Husky 100! (May 5, 2020)


ARCS Foundation features UW Student Kate Dusenberry

Kate is a student in the Medical Scientist Training and Genome Sciences programs as well as a key member of Element, the university’s women’s ultimate team.  Instagram >  Twitter >

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