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December 4, 2015

Denzil Suite featured in Student Affairs Today

Our Vice President for Student Life, Denzil Suite, was featured in the “Leaders & Innovators” section of the December issue of Student Affairs Today. Read the full article: Leaders & Innovators, Student Affairs Today, Dec. 2015  


November 30, 2015

You’re invited: Student Life Snow Ball, Dec. 17

Please join us to celebrate another amazing year in Student Life! What: Student Life Snow Ball When: Thursday, December 17, 3:30–5 p.m. Where: Alder Hall Commons RSVP NOW! Enjoy festive bites, a raffle drawing and mingling with colleagues from across the division. Bring a non-perishable food donation to benefit the University District Food Bank. (Suggested items…


October 21, 2015

Undocu Ally Training, Nov. 9

The next Leadership Without Borders: Undocu Ally Training is taking place Monday, November 9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. Register now! You must be able to attend all 6 hours Lunch will be provided Deadline to register is 12 p.m., Friday, November 6 To ensure the quality of the…


September 21, 2015

Emergency preparation workshop

Please join the Student Support Unit Response Center for a workshop on preparing for unexpected emergencies, both at work and at home. Siri McLean from the Office of Emergency Management will facilitate this session. The workshop is open to all staff in Student Life, Enrollment Management and Undergraduate Academic Affairs. Date: October 23, 2015 Time/Location: 10-11 a.m., Alder 107…


March 5, 2015

New Career Center @ Engineering

The Student Life Career Center is thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the Career Center @ Engineering, a partnership between our career center and the College of Engineering. The Student Life Career Center has served the College of Engineering and its students for many years, supplemented by the Engineering Co-Op & Internship Program and…


Qolors, the 10th anniversary

Beginning the week of April 6, the Q Center, Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center and Queer People of Color Alliance (QPOCA) will host Qolors, an annual reception celebrating queer and trans* people of color communities and the intersections of all the identities we embody. Qolors is a community-building space and, with this in mind, this year’s…


What is HUA Voice Radio?

Navigating the UW can be daunting to students, especially for those who aren’t native English speakers. HUA Voice Radio was created for Chinese students, by Chinese students. Now airing five hours a day, five nights a week, HUA Voice programs offer students support and entertainment. The programs are heard live on campus and around the…


A message from your VP

What a busy winter quarter it has been! I know many of you may have questions about the transitions happening at the executive level of the university, so I’d like to take this opportunity to address that briefly. First, with the departure of Michael K. Young, we are losing a devoted supporter of Student Life….


Spotlight: Assessment committee

Deborah Costar, Housing & Food Services Assistant Director and Student Life Assessment Committee Chair, shares the latest news from the committee. With representation from across the division, the Student Life Assessment Committee is continuing its work to “advance knowledge and application of assessment and data-driven decisions.” Although the group has been in existence for several…


May 28, 2014

The Green Dot movement

In partnership with the university as a whole, the Division of Student Life is enhancing its ongoing commitment to a safer campus through Green Dot, a bystander intervention program aimed at reducing sexual assault and relationship violence in our community. Bystander intervention has been touted as a best practice both in the University of Washington…



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