Find your people

The University of Washington is a big place. But taking the time to form relationships with your fellow Huskies will make the campus feel a lot smaller. From musical groups to student organizations to public lectures and arts events, you’ll find people just like you when you dive into the UW community. 


Some of my favorite personal experiences include cheering on our Husky football team, enjoying picnics in the quad with friends , studying outside on sunny days or, on those rainy days, studying in the beautiful libraries. I’m also actively involved with RSOs — registered student organizations — which is our way of referring to student clubs.

Katie Snell, '21 Political Science major

The Husky Experience

Group of students cheering, all wearing black t-shirts with the word "grit" on them.

Student groups and activities

Learn about the UW’s student organizations and other ways to get involved. 


Group of students performing a dance on UW's Red Square.

ArtsUW events

Grab a friend and attend a performance or exhibition.


Students walking in the UW Botanic Gardens.

UW Botanic Gardens

Explore the gardens, discover plants, or volunteer at the UW Farm. 


People sitting at the shore of Lake Union, with the Space Needle in the distance.

Meet your neighbors

Seattle is a vibrant city with diverse neighborhoods full of opportunities. Take an urban hike, cheer on the home team on game day, try new cuisines, explore the city’s iconic landmarks, or volunteer for a local nonprofit. When you get involved in the local community, the city will become your home. 


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Celebrating Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month and the history, progress and power of the LGBTQIA+ community through a collection of works by College of Arts & Sciences faculty, students and alumni.

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BlackPast Interns Celebrate Black Scientists

Thanks to a UW internship, students are contributing content about Black leaders in the sciences on 

Anthony Stokes

Seeking Justice, One Case at a Time

As an undergrad interested in criminal justice, Anthony Stokes has visited prisons, met with incarcerated men, and worked on court cases.

Ready to begin your journey?

Turn your interests into a fulfilling college experience that leads to a meaningful and rewarding career. Join us in the UW College of Arts & Sciences.