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The Graduate School

G-1 Communications Building
Box 353770
Seattle, Washington 98195-3770

Phone: 206.543.5900
Fax: 206.685.3234

Diversity Resources

This webpage is intended for current and prospective graduate students at the University of Washington who are interested in finding out more about the university and the city of Seattle, specifically with regards to diversity. While the list of resources and organizations is not exhaustive, we hope that you will find it helpful in navigating life on and off campus.

If you attended any of the events from Prospective Student Days 2012, please fill out our short survey to provide feedback on the event. If you fill out the survey by May 4, 2012, you will be entered in a drawing to receive a gift from GO-MAP.

Please feel free to contact the GO-MAP office if you have any additional questions: gomap@u.washington.edu or call us toll free: 800-524-9122.

Campus Resources
Child Care / Child Resources
Seattle and the State of Washington Resources
Statistics
Other Resources

 


 

Campus Resources

University of Washington website

 » http://www.washington.edu/

Graduate School

 » http://grad.washington.edu/

Campus Maps

 » http://www.washington.edu/maps/

Campus Tours

 » http://depts.washington.edu/mediarel/temp/tours.shtml

Libraries

 » http://lib.washington.edu/

 

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Student Services

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center, located in Schmitz Hall, exists to support UW students in all aspects of their development. They provide personal counseling, career counseling, study skills assistance, and other services to currently-enrolled UW students. The Counseling Center also provides consultation to faculty, staff, and parents who have concerns about a student.

 » https://depts.washington.edu/counsels/

Disability Services Office

Information for students with disabilities.

 » https://www.washington.edu/admin/dso/

Hall Health Center

An outpatient clinic, Hall Health offers care to University of Washington students, faculty, staff and to the general public. Hall Health offers a variety of health services including primary care, family health, women’s health, mental health, physical therapy, sports medicine, travel clinic, immunization clinic, employee health, health sciences immunization, and health promotion. There is also an on-site pharmacy and student insurance is accepted at Hall Health, in addition to many other insurance companies (check the website for details).

 » http://depts.washington.edu/hhpccweb/

Housing and Food Services

Information about on-campus dining, Husky Card services, and on-campus student housing.

 » http://hfs.washington.edu/

Husky Card (Student ID)

Your Husky Card contains your student ID number and can be used for a variety of services, such as your U-Pass for the bus (see below), purchasing food or other items on campus, and parking. You can pick up your Husky Card on the ground floor of the Odegaard Undergraduate Library in the ID center.

 » http://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/faq/getting-husky-card/

The Husky Union Building (HUB)

The HUB has everything from a newsstand, food court, bank, salon, bike shop and even a bowling alley. Student organizations are also based in the HUB and you can buy tickets to events there as well. The HUB will be under renovation from June 2010-Spring 2012, but some services will still be available in Condon Hall.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/sauf/index.php

International Student Services

Information for international students.

 » http://iss.washington.edu/

Intramural Activities (IMA) Building

The IMA is a world-class gym facility that also offers fitness classes and runs several intramural sports programs throughout the year.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/ima/

Q-center

The University of Washington Q Center builds and facilitates queer (gay, lesbian, bisexual, two-spirit, trans, intersex, questioning, same-gender-loving, allies) academic and social community though education, advocacy, and support services to achieve a socially-just campus in which all people are valued. 

 » http://depts.washington.edu/qcenter/

Women’s Center

The University of Washington Women’s Center is a vital place where women and men partner to build a culture of gender equity campus-wide, locally and globally. The Women’s Center is located on the fourth floor of Bagley Hall and offers continuing education courses, a re-entry orientation for students who are returning to school after a significant amount of time away, a violence prevention program, and a human trafficking research and policy development program.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/womenctr/

 

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Academic Support

UW Career Center

The Career Center is located in Mary Gates Hall and provides workshops on networking, salary negotiations and academic and non-academic career options, with focus on graduate student needs.

 » http://careers.washington.edu/

Center for Social Science Computation and Research (CSSCR)

CSSCR is a computer resource center providing facilities and support for social science departments at the University of Washington. CSSCR is located on the bottom floor of Savery Hall.

 » http://julius.csscr.washington.edu/

Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences (CSSS)

CSSS offers statistical consultations to students, faculty and staff working on research projects. They also provide funding for conferences and interdisciplinary statistics courses. CSSS is located in Padelford Hall.

 » http://www.csss.washington.edu/

Math Camp

Math Camp is an intensive one-week introduction to fundamental concepts of mathematics and probability designed to help prepare social science graduate students for advanced courses in statistical methodology in general, and CSSS courses in particular.

 » http://www.csss.washington.edu/MathCamp/

Mentoring

The Graduate School provides resources on mentoring including the “Mentor Memo” series which offers advice on a wide range of topics for successfully navigating graduate school.

 » http://www.grad.washington.edu/mentoring/

Odegaard Writing and Research Center

This is place to come and chat with peer tutors and librarians, to grow as a writer in the context of whatever project is foremost in your mind.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/owrc/

Research Commons

The UW Research Commons is intended to meet a new set of student and faculty needs that are emerging with the growth of data-driven research, digital scholarship and interdisciplinary studies. The Commons are located on the ground floor of Allen Library.

 » http://uwresearchcommons.wordpress.com/

Statistical Consulting Services

Faculty and Graduate Students in the Consulting Program of the Departments of Biostatistics and Statistics offer free statistical advice to UW faculty, staff and students. Through 50 consulting appointments, the consulting program provides assistance with: design of studies and experiments, including preparation of grant proposals; data visualization and presentation; choice and application of statistical methods and development of specialized statistical methods.

 » www.stat.washington.edu/consulting

 

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On-Campus Activities

The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

The Burke Museum, located on campus has traveling exhibits and also a café. Free admission for students with a Husky Card.

 » http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/

Henry Art Gallery

The Henry Art Gallery has exhibitions, collections and public programs pertaining to artistic invention and is always free for students with a Husky Card. There is also a gift shop and a café located at the Henry.

 » http://henryart.org/

Husky Athletics

See this website for sporting events throughout campus.

 » http://www.gohuskies.com/

 

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News

The Daily

A student-run newspaper, which you can also find outside several locations on campus, published on a daily basis.

 » http://dailyuw.com/

University Week

An online source of news for the university.

 » http://uwnews.org/uweek/

Viewpoints Magazine

Viewpoints is a publication in partnership with the diversity community of the University of Washington and the UW Alumni Association.

 » http://www.washington.edu/alumni/viewpoints/index.html

 

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Housing

Off-Campus Housing Affairs (OCHA)

 » http://housing.asuw.org/

On-Campus Housing

 » http://hfs.washington.edu/student_housing/default.aspx?id=4806

King County Housing Authority

 » http://www.kcha.org/home/home.aspx

 

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Graduate Student Employment

Graduate Student Union (UAW 4121)

 » http://depts.washington.edu/labhist/uwunions/gseac.htm

RA/TA Salary Schedules

 » http://www.grad.washington.edu/students/fa/salary-schedules.shtml

Student Insurance

 » http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/insure/gaip/index.html

Husky Jobs

Search this website for TA, RA jobs and other on-campus job opportunities. This service is free with a UW login.

 » http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/

 

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Financial Aid

Graduate Fellowships Office

The Office of Fellowships and Awards assists students by publicizing upcoming deadlines, providing some applications, and participating in the application process or administration of some campus-wide awards. The office is located on the ground floor of the Communications building in the Graduate School.

 » http://www.grad.washington.edu/students/fa/index.shtml

Graduate Funding Information Services (GFIS)

The Graduate Funding Information Service (GFIS) works to provide resources for outside funding opportunities to graduate students at the masters and doctoral level who have been admitted to or who are attending the University of Washington. GFIS is located in Room G86A, Allen Library, South Wing.

 » http://www.lib.washington.edu/gfis/

Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA)

The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) offices are located on the first floor of Schmitz Hall at 1410 NE Campus Parkway in Seattle. Drop-in hours are from 9 AM- 5 PM on weekdays.

 » http://www.washington.edu/students/osfa/graduate/

 

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Student Organizations

Advancing Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) UW Chapter

 » http://students.washington.edu/sacnas/

African Student Association

 » http://students.washington.edu/uwasa/asaweb/index.php

American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES), UW Chapter

 » http://students.washington.edu/aisesuw/

Bioscience Careers

 » http://courses.washington.edu/phd/index.html

Black Student Union

 » http://students.washington.edu/bsu/

First Nations at the University of Washington

 » http://students.washington.edu/fnuw/

Foundation for International Understanding through Students (FIUTS)

 » http://www.fiuts.washington.edu/

UW Gay Bisexual Lesbian Transgender Commission

The GBLTC is one of eight diversity commissions under the Associated Students of the University of Washington. They are an umbrella organization for gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender, queer, and ally students on campus.

 » http://gbltc.asuw.org/

Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS)

 » http://www.gpss.washington.edu/

Latin@ Graduate and Professional Student Association (Facebook Group)

 » http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=141827381159#!/group.php?v=wall&gid=141827381159

Minority Law Students Association

 » http://www.law.washington.edu/mlsa/

MIXED @UW, A Multiracial Student Organization

 » http://students.washington.edu/mixed/

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), UW Chapter

 » http://students.washington.edu/uwnsbe/

Native American Students in Advanced Academia (NASAA)

 » http://students.washington.edu/nasaauw/

Partnership for Community & Diversity (Evans School of Public Affairs)

 » http://evans.washington.edu/students/organizations/cultural-diversity

Queer People of Color Alliance (QPOCA)

 » http://depts.washington.edu/qcenter/?q=node/21

Student Activities Office

 » http://depts.washington.edu/sao/

Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)

 » http://www.engr.washington.edu/curr_students/studentprogs/wise.html

Women of Color Collective (WOCC)

 »  http://students.washington.edu/wocc/

 

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Diversity Resources

UW Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering Careers (ADVANCE)

The University of Washington (UW) envisions a campus in which all science, engineering, and mathematics (SEM) departments are thriving, all faculty are properly mentored, and every SEM faculty member is achieving his or her maximum potential. UW believes that cultural changes that are designed to help underrepresented groups invariably help all groups and improve the environment for everyone. The programs proposed here fall into that category. The University is designing the programs with women SEM faculty in mind, but plans to offer the programs for all faculty after they are piloted and improved.

 » http://www.engr.washington.edu/advance/

Career Center Diversity Links

Most of these resources pertain to undergraduates, but there are also some useful resources for graduate students as well.

 » http://careers.washington.edu/Resources/Diversity-Resources

Diversity Research Institute (DRI)

The UW Diversity Research Institute (DRI), developed in 2004 by the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, focuses on generating new, interdisciplinary knowledge about diversity, social justice, and institutional transformation. While the DRI mostly focuses on faculty research, GO-MAP is strongly connected to working closely with the Institute in order to assist in the recruitment and retention of underrepresented minority faculty.

 » http://www.washington.edu/diversity/dri/driEvents.html

Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC)

The ECC has everything from a newsstand, food court, bank, salon, bike shop and even a bowling alley. Student organizations are also based in the HUB and you can buy tickets to events there as well. TheECC will be under renovation from June 2010-September 2011, but some services will still be available in Condon Hall.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/ecc/

Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)

 » http://grad.washington.edu/gomap

Indigenous Wellness Research Institute (IWRI)

The IWRI exists to support the inherent rights of Indigenous peoples to achieve full and complete health and wellness by collaborating in decolonizing research and knowledge building and sharing. Their mission is to marshal community, tribal, academic, and governmental resources toward innovative, culture-centered interdisciplinary, collaborative social and behavioral research and education. The IWRI is located in the School of Social Work.

 » http://www.iwri.org/

UW McNair Program

Are you a McNair alum? Connect with our McNair program, which has activities for alumni throughout the year.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/uwmcnair/

Office of Minority Affairs/Diversity (OMA/D)

The mission of the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity is to ensure the access and academic success of a diverse student population through the advancement of knowledge, academic excellence, diversity, and the promotion of values, principles, and a climate that enriches the campus experience for all. While the OMA/D primarily serves undergraduate and high school students, GO-MAP often partners with the OMA/D for mentoring opportunities and maintains a close relationship with the staff. The OMA/D is located in Schmitz Hall.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/omad/

Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity, Race & Sexuality (WISER)

The University of Washington's Institute for the Study of Ethnicity, Race and Sexuality, is an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to bringing the tools of contemporary social science inquiry to the careful examination of issues of social, economic, and political exclusion and disadvantage of marginalized minority populations in the United States, and their potential solutions. WISER is located in the Political Science department in Gowen Hall.

 » http://depts.washington.edu/uwiser/

 

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Child Care/Child Resources

On-Campus Childcare

 » http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/worklife/childcare/children-centers.html

King County Child Care Resources

 » http://www.childcare.org/

Seattle Public Schools

 » http://www.seattleschools.org/area/siso/geo/dist/county.xml

 

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Seattle and the State of Washington

State of Washington

 » http://access.wa.gov/

City of Seattle

 » http://seattle.gov/

Visiting Seattle

 » http://seattle.gov/html/visitor/

City of Bothell

 » http://www.ci.bothell.wa.us/

City of Tacoma

 » http://www.cityoftacoma.org/

Establishing Domestic Partnership

In November 2009, the state of Washington passed a law that same-sex domestic partners received the same rights as married couples. Heterosexual couples over the age of 62 also receive these benefits. Registering with the city and the state are different, so please be sure to read both links.

Washington State: http://www.sos.wa.gov/corps/domesticpartnerships/Default.aspx

Seattle: http://www.seattle.gov/leg/clerk/dpr.htm

 

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Community Cultural Organizations

African-American

Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas

The Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas presents and produces Black cultural programs that encourage thought and debate for the greater Seattle area.

 » http://www.cdforum.org/

Northwest African American Museum

The Northwest African American Museum is a vibrant community gathering place, a place where youth, adults and families can honor the past and articulate the future. The Museum documents and exhibits the unique historical and cultural experiences of African Americans in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The Museum is a generative institution capturing history and culture as it occurs, synthesizing what it means for today and tomorrow. The Northwest African American Museum connects Seattle and the Pacific Northwest with the world by discovering, honoring, and celebrating African American community’s traditions and innovations in art, education, history, and culture.

 » http://naamnw.org/

Ujima Community Services

Non-profit, non-sectarian African American agency identifies, prepares, and supports families with children of African descent who are in Washington State’s foster care system. Licensed (foster care, adoption, etc.) placement agency.

 » http://www.ococujima.org/

YMCA Black Achievers Program

This program offers high school youth opportunities to explore career options, develop leadership skills, prepare for college, and participate in service learning and social activities.

 » http://blackachieversprogram.org/index.php/about

Asian-American

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County. ACRS is the largest multiservice organization serving all the different Asian Pacific American communities - immigrants, refugees and American born - in the Pacific Northwest.

 » http://www.acrs.org/

Seattle Asian Art Museum

 » http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/visitSAAM.asp

Latino

Campaña Quetzal

Campaña Quetzal is a coalition of parents, youth, individuals, educators, and organizations committed to unleashing the academic and personal potential of each Latino student and eliminating the academic achievement gap.

 » http://www.campanaquetzal.org/

Casa Latina

Casa Latina’s vision is that the Latino community participate fully in the economy and democracy of this country with values of social justice, community, respect, democracy, integrity, and learning.

 » http://www.casa-latina.org/

Consejo Counseling and Referral Services

Consejo is an award-winning agency that has provided over 30 years of culturally-competent services to growing yet underserved Latino communities with a focus on families with children. They provide services on domestic violence counseling, prevention and outreach, HIV/AIDS case management, advocacy and referral services, and vocational services.

 » http://consejocounseling.org/

El Centro de la Raza

El Centro de la Raza is a voice and a hub for Seattle and Martin Luther King, Jr. County’s Latino community as we advocate on behalf of our people and work to achieve social justice. Through our comprehensive programs and services, we empower members of the Latino community as fully participating members of society. We also work to raise awareness with the general public, and government, business and civic leaders about the needs of the Chicano/Latino community in the United States.

 » http://www.elcentrodelaraza.com/

Entre Hermanos

To promote the health and well being of the Latino Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building.

 » http://www.entrehermanos.org/

SeaMar Community Health Centers

Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health and human services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos.

 » http://www.seamar.org/

Native American

Regional Indian Program

The Indian Program supports Northwest tribes by fostering a grassroots movement that promotes healing, culture, civil society, community and leadership. We support a variety of programs, including the annual Intertribal Canoe Journey, an indigenous Film Festival, and a number of speaking engagements on Tribal Sovereignty and Treaty Rights with regard to gaming and fishing in the Pacific Northwest.

 » http://www.afsc.org/pacificnw/seattle/indianprogram.htm

The Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB)

The SIHB has divisions that include health care services, medical, dental, mental health, nutrition programs, and the Urban Indian Health Institute.

 » www.sihb.org

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation

Multi-service agency offers a variety of programs, including Early Childhood Development, Youth Services, Community Services, and Family Preservation Services.

 » http://www.unitedindians.org/index2.html

Multicultural

Colors Northwest Magazine

ColorsNW is the only award-winning, multicultural publication in Seattle and surrounding areas. Each month they focus on thought-provoking content ranging from business profiles, health issues, social justice, entertainment and ethnic food reviews—offering fresh perspectives and news for and about people of color in the Northwest.

 » http://www.colorsnw.com/

Center for Multicultural Health

Addresses the health needs of low-income and under-served individuals through health advocacy, health promotion, disease prevention and immigrant and refugee service programs. Special focus is on breast and cervical health promotion, diabetes prevention and control, and immigrant and refugee services.

 » http://www.multi-culturalhealth.org/

Technology Access Foundation (TAF)

TAF prepares underserved children of color for higher education and professional success by providing a rigorous and relevant K-12 curriculum. TAF programs provide exceptional public education options that make schools work for students of color. Their students gain an appreciation of and participation in STEM fields as early as Kindergarten. TAF increases access to rigorous STEM-related learning opportunities necessary to enter those fields.

 » http://www.techaccess.org/

Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle

Through public advocacy, providing services and developing strong business and community partnerships, the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle will strive to empower, enable, and assist African Americans, other people of color and disadvantaged individuals in becoming self-sufficient.

 » http://www.sulyp.org/

Youth, Families, and Women

Atlantic Street Center

Atlantic Street Center is a non-profit, social service agency that helps families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth. They achieve their mission by providing counseling, educational, social, and recreational programs for children, youth, and their families. We primarily serve low-income African American and other families of color who reside in central, southeast and greater Seattle.

 » http://www.atlanticstreet.org/

Boys and Girls Club of King County

Offers year-round recreational, social and educational activities, child care, day camps, and classes for boys and girls. Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP): http://www.campseattle.org/default.aspx Central Area Motivation Program is dedicated to reducing the impact of poverty on families and individuals through providing services and promoting institutional community change through advocacy. We identify and address the causes of poverty and remove barriers to self-sufficiency.

 » http://www.positiveplace.org/index.asp

Radical Women

Political activist group with a socialist, feminist perspective is dedicated to achieving the full equality of women. Advocates for the rights of women of color, lesbians and gays, working women, disables, and the elderly.

 » http://www.radicalwomen.org/

Safe Futures Youth Center

Provides bilingual and culturally competent counseling, case management, education, employment and parent support services, language and culture classes, leadership development, tobacco prevention programs, drug and alcohol assessments and support counseling, and on-site credit retrieval and GED programs in partnership.

 » http://www.sfyc.net/

Southeast Youth and Family Services

Community-based multi-service agency addresses the needs of youth and families by helping them deal with problems, develop resiliency, increase self-sufficiency, strengthen their communities, and reduce violence. Services are culturally sensitive and are provided by a multi-ethnic staff.

 » http://www.scn.org/seyouth/

Southwest Youth and Family Services

Multi-service youth and family service agency provides an array of activities and services for parents and families. Therapeutic Health Services: http://www.therapeutichealth.org/index.html Provides community-based youth services, including clean and sober recreational programs, drug and alcohol treatment, classes, drug court, homeless outreach, back to school programs, school based gang intervention programs, and individual and family counseling.

 » http://www.swyfs.org/

Youth in Focus

Empowers urban teens through photography to experience the world in new ways and make positive changes in their lives. Mentors teens through year-round programs, small classes, and one-on-one instruction. Provides community darkroom and gallery. Exhibits teen photography at galleries and community events.

 » http://www.youthinfocus.org/

 

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Transportation

King County Department of Transportation

 » http://www.kingcounty.gov/transportation/kcdot.aspx

King County Metro Transit

 » http://metro.kingcounty.gov/

Parking at UW

 »  http://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/parking

U-PASS

Information on the student bus pass and discounts at participating retail locations.

 » http://www.washington.edu/facilities/transportation/commuterservices/u-pass

Washington Department of Licensing

 » http://www.dol.wa.gov/

Ride the City (cycling)

This website allows you to map out bike routes throughout the city.

 » http://www.ridethecity.com/seattle

Cascade Bicycle Club

The Cascade Bicycle Club is a non-profit organization creating more livable communities by promoting health & recreation through bicycle activities, advocacy, & education. See the website for information on organized rides and other bike-related activities around town.

 » http://www.cascade.org/

 

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News

Seattle Times

 » http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/home/index.html

Seattle PI

An online-only newspaper.

 » http://www.seattlepi.com/

The Stranger

Seattle’s alternative news on concerts, movie times, restaurants, bars, and the arts scene.

 » http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Home

Seattle Weekly

Similar information to The Stranger.

 » http://www.seattleweekly.com/

KING 5 News

 » http://www.king5.com/

KOMO 4 News

 » http://www.komonews.com/

KIRO 7 News

 » www.kirotv.com

 

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Things to do around town

Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum

 » http://www.empsfm.org/

Pacific Science Center

 » http://www.pacsci.org/

Pike Place Market

 » http://www.pikeplacemarket.org/frameset.asp?flash=false

Restaurants / Happy Hours

 » http://www.seattledining.com/

Ride the Ducks

 » http://ridetheducksofseattle.com/

Seattle Center Main Website

 » http://www.seattlecenter.com/

Seattle Fandango Project (Facebook Group)

 » http://www.facebook.com/pages/Seattle-Fandango-Project/158069722064?v=wall

Professional Sports Teams

Seattle Mariners (Baseball)

 » http://seattle.mariners.mlb.com/

Seattle Seahawks (Football)

 » http://www.seahawks.com/

Seattle Sounders (Soccer)

 » http://www.soundersfc.com/

 

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Statistics

Graduate School Statistics

 » http://grad.washington.edu/about/statistics/index.shtml

King County Office of Financial Management Stats

 » http://www.ofm.wa.gov/localdata/king.asp

King County Quick Facts (US Census Bureau)

 » http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/53/53033.html

University of Washington Quick Stats

 » http://www.washington.edu/newsroom/profile/quickfacts.html

 

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Other Resources

Cost of Living Calculator

Wondering how much Seattle will cost compared to where you are living now? Have offers from other schools and want to compare how far your stipend will go? Try out this cost of living calculator for information on what to expect from different places.

 » http://www.bestplaces.net/COL/

 

 


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