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Husky Guide 2024-2025 EditsFor your assigned section for review, please refer to the Contacts and Section Guide
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Link to Drafts Folder
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PageSection Section TitleDepartmentF. NameL. Name Email Round 2 Edits - if none please say "good to go" Round 1 Edits - if none please say "good to go" Updated by FYPNotes from FYP
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14Life on CampusDid you know...Husky Card OfficeShawnaSaltshimeda@uw.eduGood to go
Change to Husky Card Account funds instead of Husky ID Card. Also remove Laundry from the list.
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14Life on CampusLife on Campus ChecklistHusky Card OfficeShawnaSaltshimeda@uw.eduGood to go
We had no increase in online photo submission rate last year. Can the "Submit Husky Card Photo" checkbox be moved to the top of the list?
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18Campus EngagementUW RecreationRecreationCassidySanders-Currycsc14@uw.edu
Stay active at the Intramural Activities Building (IMA). Rock climb at Crags, rent equipment from the Gear Garage, Swim at our brand new 14 lane pool, explore with UWild Adventures, visit the Golf Range, Waterfront Activities Center, and Massage Clinic, learn Sports Skills & Martial Arts, participate in Intramural Sports, Sports Clubs, Personal Training and Fitness & Mindfulness classes.
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3WelcomeKnow Your Lingo
Office of Undergraduate Research
ChelseaNavarrocrmn@uw.edu
Update I&S, NW, and VLPA acronyms since the general education requirements changed to A&H, SSc, and NSc
https://advising.uw.edu/degree-overview/general-education/
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6AcademicsAcademic Checklist
Office of Undergraduate Research
ChelseaNavarrocrmn@uw.eduGood to goGood to go
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10Health and Well-BeingTitle IX
Campus Community Safety
KatherineSchiffnerschiffk@uw.eduIn the Title IX section on page 19, there's a diagram that shows Report to Police and shows Seattle PD and UWPD. It looks like there's a choice between the two, but the student should be contacting the law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction. To make it clearer, above the words Seattle Police Department, add something like "For incidents that occured in the City of Seattle" and above University of Washington Police Department "For incidents that occured on the UW campus in Seattle" Happy to further discuss wording!
The phone number currently listed for Seattle Police is actually the UWPD non-emergency number. Please change the UWPD phone number to 206-685-UWPD (8973). The Seattle Police Department non-emergency phone number is 206-625-5011
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Campus EngagementCampus Engagement Checklist
Campus Community Safety
KatherineSchiffnerschiffk@uw.eduGood to go!
Would it be possible to move the UW Alert section to the Campus Engagement Checklist and put the SafeZone app on the Health & Well-Being Checklist? For the UW Alert section, please change the headline to: Subscribe to UW Alert text mesages. Please change the description to: Get a message if there's an emergency on or near campus.
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General ContentNo section yet
Campus Community Safety
KatherineSchiffnerschiffk@uw.eduGood to go!
If there's room, we have a new webpage with safety resources: Safety Resources washington.edu/safety/resources/
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Life on CampusSustainability & RecyclingUW RecyclingAmandaDassoff
adassoff@uw.edu; recycle@uw.edu
good to go
Would it be possible to include an icon in our section to make it stand out? For example, a green or purple leaf? (something like this?)
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Life on CampusLife on Campus ChecklistFYPNickGoodwinnickg3@uw.edugood to go
The assess for renter's insurance link is alot more about general reminders about safety and how to keep safe on an urban campus. There is one bullet on that link that talks about renter's insurance. Maybe consider renaming that "Assess for renter's insurance" to something like "Resident Guide Safety". All other links on the checklist are good to go! Nice work.
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6AcademicsFinding Academic SupportASPAlli Botelhobotelhoa@uw.eduGood to goGood to go
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7AcademicsMaintaining Academic Integrity CSSCDominiqueOverman
overman1@uw.edu

Edit first point to instead say "Take pride in doing your own work. You worked hard to be here and we believe in you and your capabilities to be academically successful.”
Edit second point to say: “Make a plan and have time for all your assignments, studying, and exams. This helps ensure that the pressure of deadlines does not lead you to engaging in cheating”
Edit fourth point to say: “Artificial Intelligence (AI), such as ChatGPT, can offer a lot of opportunities for learning. Also, its use could be considered misconduct. Check with your professor about appropriate AI use.”
we would like one of the tips to specifically be about AI please if possible. We thought this could replace bullet point 4 or be added: something along the lines of “AI, such as ChatGPT, can offer a lot of opportunities for learning. Also, its use could be considered misconduct. Check with your professor about AI use.”
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15Life on CampusHousing and Food ServiceHFSCristalVissercpinnix@uw.eduHFS Dates for Husky Guide.docx
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7AcademicsConnect with Academic AdvisingUAA AdvisingJoslinBoroughsjoslinb@uw.edugood to go
In the Freshman Student checklist section the 5th and 8th bullets are duplicated. Please remove one.
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7AcademicsConnect with Academic AdvisingUAA AdvisingJoslin Boroughsjoslinb@uw.edugood to go
In the freshman checklist add a bullet that says Looking for more guidance? Check out our first-year advising guide for tips on how to navigate your first year
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7AcademicsConnect with Academic AdvisingUAA AdvisingJoslin Boroughsjoslinb@uw.edugood to go
In the freshman checklist add a bullet that says Looking for more guidance? Check out our transfer advising guide for tips on how to navigate your first year
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7AcademicsConnect with Academic AdvisingUAA AdvisingJoslin Boroughsjoslinb@uw.edugood to go
Remove the note: Learn more about how to prepare at advising.uw.edu/guides (since we added the specific guides to the checklist we don't need this anymore.
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17Campus EngagementOdegaard LibraryUW LibrariesLindaWhanglcwhang@uw.edu
Get writing and research help, reserve study rooms, check out course textbooks, and use the computer labs! Additionally offers a computer vet help desk, a sound studio, and the undergraduate book collection.
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5College MindsetFirst Gen at UWFYPEmilyKolbyekolby@uw.edu
A few sentence structure things: #1: "Meet with them frequently at first, as your advisers..." #3 Add in comma before "and you"
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5College MindsetExpectationsFYPEmilyKolbyekolby@uw.edugood to gogood to go
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16Campus EngagementCampus Engagement ChecklistFYPEmilyKolbyekolby@uw.edugood to gogood to go
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19Health and Well-BeingTitle IX
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
KianaSwearingenkianams@uw.edugood to go
Change text paragraph to read "Title IX is a federal gender equity law prohibiting sex and gender-based discrimination in education programs and activities. Sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and stalking are among the forms of discrimination UW policy prohibits. If you experience one of these forms of violence or harassment, you have the right to request supportive measures and access resources whether or not you make a formal complaint. You also have the right to make a formal complaint to the UW or a report to the police.

Submitting an online Title IX report will connect you with a case manager who will explain supportive measures and resolution options, and provide referrals to additional resources. If you are seeking confidential support, or are not yet sure if you want the University to know about your experience, a confidential advocate is a good place to start."
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19Health and Well-BeingTitle IX
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
KianaSwearingenkianams@uw.edugoood to goUpdate Title IX Coordinator contact info to include TIX website:
Title IX Coordinator: Valery Richardson
206-221-7932 titleix@uw.edu
uw.edu/titleix/
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19Health and Well-BeingTitle IX
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
KianaSwearingenkianams@uw.edugood to go
Underneath the paragrah of text remove reference to and contact information for Title IX Investigations Office, University Complaint Investigation & Resolution Office, Seattle Police and UW Police. (Some but not all of these are being moved to under the graphic below).
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19Health and Well-BeingTitle IX
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
KianaSwearingenkianams@uw.edugood to go
Remove box about medical attention and reference to medical providers & SANE exams.
Remove box "if you want to make a formal coplaint...." and refencee to TIXIO, UCIRO & Police

Update boxes with arrows under Title IX to the following 3 boxes:
If you are seeking confidential support or safety planning
LiveWell Confidential Advocates
livewell.uw.edu/survivor-support-advocacy/

If you are seeking supportive measures, want to learn about submitting a formal complaint, or want the University to be aware of a situation
Title IX Case Manager
uw.edu/titleix/report/

If you want to report to the police
Seattle Police Department
911 or 206-625-5011 (non-emergency)
seattle.gov/police

UW Police Department
911 or 206-685-8973 (non-emergency)
police.uw.edu/


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13FinancesScholarships
Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards
RobinChangrobinc@uw.edugood to go OMSFA portion is good to go
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13FinancesScholarships
Mary Gates Endowment for Students
Robin Changrobinc@uw.edugood to go MGE portion is good to go
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2WelcomeTable of Contents FYP LeAnne Wiles ljwiles@uw.edu
please rename the table of contents because they don't match the headers. So either add Campus life to the section or don't know something else?
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2WelcomePage numbers FYP LeAnne Wiles ljwiles@uw.eduplease put page numbers on every page.
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15Life on CampusSustainability & RecyclingUW SustainabilityDaimonEklunddeklund@uw.edu
Can we replace the "Sustainability Action Plan" item with:
Energy Transformation
Learn how the UW is working to end our use of fossil fuels and move to 100% clean energy. sustainability.uw.edu/energy-transformation
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FinancesDo you need a job?
Career & Internship Center
LuisSantiagolsanti@uw.edugood to gogood to gogood to go
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13FinancesWhen is Tuition Due?SFSKyraWorrellkyraw@uw.edugood to gogood to go
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13FinancesScholarshipsSFSKyraWorrellkyraw@uw.edugood to gogood to go
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12FinancesFinances ChecklistSFSKyraWorrellkyraw@uw.edugood to gogood to go
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17Health and Well-BeingHall Health CenterHHCJackBerthiaumejackbert@uw.eduHall Health Center (HHC) is your home for all of your general health needs while you are a student at the UW. Treating everything from sore throats to sports injuries, they are your convenient and centrally-located resource for primary care, physical therapy, free nurse advice, OB/GYN, immunizations, travel medicine, lab work, x-rays, and much more.
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As a member of the renowned UW Medicine system, the clinic offers diverse care options and is a fantastic resource for students as they transition to oversee their own medical care. HHC highly recommends that all students set up an account on MyChart before beginning their first quarter so that they can access resources as soon as they arrive.
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[IMAGE: QR CODE TO MYCHART] (Attachment sent via email)
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Scan the code above to activate MyChart at Hall Health Center today!
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Huskies also love to take advantage of bargain prices at Rubenstein Pharmacy and a variety of safer sex supplies like free condoms and lube supplied by Hall Health. Be sure to ask about all of the health benefits you receive at Hall Health Center as a fee-paying student at the UW!
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hallhealth.washington.edu
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4WelcomeKnow your lingoDelete "FIUTS" entry
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16Campus EngagementINTERNATIONAL STUDENT CHECKLISTCIRCLEDan Zhudanz2@uw.edu-Attend a virtual International Husky Welcome session for your region
-Join Regional Connection Group (RCG) chats
to connect with new Huskies
-Complete Online New Student Post-Arrival Checklist
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8AcademicsBringing Credit Into the UWUAA AdvisingJoslin Boroughsjoslinb@uw.edu
In the transfer credit checklist, the third bullet says "check the course reserves for text books". I don't think that makes sense. I think it should say something like "Check your Degree Audit"
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12-13FinancesPaying for College & Financial ResourcesOSFATimWoldtwold@uw.edu1) List "Financial Aid Office" above Emergency Aid (recognizing they're in alphabetical order, but students should start at OSFA). 2) for Q3: swap in "living expenses" for "room/board" 3) Tim will provide last year's loan debt for Q4, 4) For date reminder in purple at the bottom of the page: "Reminder: The Priority FAFSA/WASFA Date is January 15, 2025" (the date will go back to Jan. 15 for next year
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3WelcomeKNow your lingoCSSCDominiqueOverman
overman1@uw.edu
may we get added to the "know your lingo?" if there's room, thank you! CSSC - Community Standards & Student Conduct
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