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

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Submit a proposal to be a part of UW 3MT®, an exciting capstone and research competition for UW master’s and doctoral students from all three campuses.

UW named top producer of Fulbright students and scholars

The University of Washington is among the leading institutions in the country for producing scholars and students in 2019-2020.

Maria Blancas wins Bullitt Prize

Blancas, a Ph.D. student in UW’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, was awarded the $100,000 prize designed to "diversify the environmental movement’s largely white leadership." (photo courtesy of The Seattle Times)

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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 >

2019 Graduate School Medal Winner

Brandon Tuan Nguyen, a doctoral student in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, has been selected as the 2019 Graduate School Medal winner, which confers a $5,000 award. Read more >

Near and Middle Eastern Studies Ph.D. student awarded Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship

The fellowship will support Will Bamber for a full year of writing as he completes his dissertation, “Fez & Sherwani: Consumption, Self-fashioning and Ottoman Influence in late Nineteenth Century South Asia.”

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