University of Washington Student Life units.
Office of the Vice President
- Executive Director of External Relations and Strategic Initiatives
- Manager and Administrator
- Finance Manager
Office of Ceremonies
Produces the Freshman Convocation and the University of Washington Commencement.
Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Serves as the principal contact in coordinating individual Recognition Agreements between the UW and the sororities and fraternities associated with the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils.
Builds and facilitates queer (gay, lesbian, bisexual, two-spirit, trans, intersex, questioning, same-gender-loving, allies) academic and social community through education, advocacy, and support services.
Recreational Sports Programs/IMA
Offers exercise, sports, and fitness opportunities to UW students, faculty and staff, at every level of interest and ability.
The Student Union Building at the Seattle campus of the UW welcomes more than two million students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests a year. It also hosts events and houses the programs and services of student government, the Student Activities Office, and a wide variety of dining, meeting and conference spaces.
Student Legal Services
Provides free legal consultations and low-cost ongoing representation to enrolled students so they can make educated legal choices with minimal disruption to their academic life.
Student Publications (The Daily)
Provides fiscal and administrative assistance to The Daily, the independent student newspaper for the UW community.
Student Life and Care
Provides career and job search services to UW students and alumni; supports the exploration of career and academic options and development of job search skills; and facilitates connections between employers and students that lead to successful and satisfying futures.
Community Standards and Student Conduct
Fosters a developmental approach to student conduct, provides support and guidance to the UW community, and promotes the values and expectations of the UW.
Staffed by psychologists and mental health counselors who provide developmentally-based counseling, assessment, and crisis intervention services to currently-enrolled UW students.
Disability Resources for Students
Strives to support the inclusion of students with disabilities as independent, responsible, and productive members of the campus community.
Health and Wellness
Provides tools and resources to help students access and develop a sense of self; also helps students who may need a higher level of support and more individualized attention.
Housing and Food Services
Housing and Food Services
Provides safe, sustainable, and convenient on-campus housing options for students in all stages of their Also offers a variety of dining options, catering, and conference services, and manages the Husky Card.
Student Life External Relations and Strategic Initiatives