Note: This list does not include academic programs. See departments by type.
Administrative Services provides support services for UW Tacoma through leadership, management and stewardship of fiscal, human, and physical resources to enable the University community to focus on its mission. In addition to the areas listed below, Administrative Services coordinates the campus budget and its development process, oversees the real estate portfolio and campus capital and master planning.
Provides advising and outreach efforts to prospective students, primarily at the undergraduate level.
The Office of Advancement works with all areas of the campus and the community to encourage support of and participation in the University's mission and goals.
Develops programs and events to build connections between alumni.
ASUWT (student government) represents and promotes student interests, needs, and welfare within the university community through committee representation and administrative level interactions. It also provides for the expression of student opinion and interests to the community at large through community involvement and assists the University in providing physical and social environments that are student centered.
UW Autism Center provides diagnostic evaluations and multi-disciplinary intervention services for children with autism spectrum disorders from infancy through adolescence, and a wide range of professional training opportunities.
The Cashier's Office is where students pay their tuition or fees and handle other financial transactions.
The center's mission is to develop socially responsible leaders who build sustainable organizations and communities.
Mission: To support communities and schools in meeting the social, emotional, and learning needs of all youth from cradle to career through applied research, program evaluation and evidence-based change.
The Center for Urban Waters is a community of environmental scientists, analysts, engineers and policy makers developing creative and sustainable solutions to restore and protect the Puget Sound. The center provides an intellectual environment where people with a diverse mix of skills can collaborate to develop innovative approaches to environmental restoration and protection and to sustainable urban development.
Provides information, including project updates, schedules, design documents, and contact information for past, present and future UW Tacoma construction projects.
The Copy and Mail Center is offers copying, color printing, poster printing and shipping services for students, faculty and staff. In addition to our standard services, the Copy and Mail Center also produces and sells Course Paks.
Institutional research and analysis support for the Tacoma campus will be provided by the team members listed below. Please contact any of the staff below with data and information requests.
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Enrollment Services provides current and future students with administrative and academic support services and information needed to take full advantage of the educational opportunities available to them at the University of Washington Tacoma. We also provide faculty, staff and members of the community with information and administrative services that support the University's academic mission.
Recognizing, Evaluating, and Controlling Exposure & Risk.
A resource for on- and off-campus groups looking to use campus facilities for events and conferences. Also responsible for coordinating all major campus-wide events.
Provides support for campus buildings and infrastructure.
Faculty Assembly provides a forum for faculty deliberation and represents faculty as a whole in shared governance at UW Tacoma.
Grants, payroll and purchasing.
The Office of Student Financial Aid helps students find and manage their financial aid, scholarships and work study opportunities.
The University of Washington Tacoma's Campus Fitness Center (CFC) is an exercise facility intended to serve UW Tacoma's community of students, faculty, and staff. Numerous benefits (including physical, emotional, mental and social) are derived from participation in physical activity and overall fitness.
Provides assistance and advising to international students at UW Tacoma.
Offers workshops, professional training and certificate programs.
Student newspaper. Published weekly.
Creative Services manages the communications and publications for the university, providing graphic design, printing, news, web and content services.
See Media Services
Provides services for managing and resolving conflict among students, staff, and faculty.
Handles leasing and management for all retail spaces in campus buildings.
The Longshoremen's Hall (LSH) features a spacious and comfortable collaborative learning space, a huge event and recreation area, a gaming center, outdoor recreation courts, and an on-line gaming room.
The Office of the Registrar manages student enrollment, registration and records.
Supports faculty and students in finding grants and funding support for academic research.
Organizes, coordinates, and implements programs to control risks for all University of Washington campuses.
Includes campus security and safety escorts. Resources on crime prevention education and annual crime statistics.
Coordinates campus events for students and student organizations.
The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of three departments: Student Health and Wellness, Student Involvement, and Student Services.
Student Account billing inquiries, refund checks, employer voucher requests
Serves as the direct resource for Disability Support Services, the Student Counseling Center, and Health Education & Promotion
Serves as the direct resource for health care services for students.
Student Planning & Administration is a department within Student Affairs that is focused on Strategic Initiative and is responsible for all divisional planning of processes and procedures.
Serves as the direct resource for Childcare Assistance, Campus Housing, Career Development & Education, New Student Programs, and Student Conduct.
Student literary and arts journal.
Provides a wide variety of instructional resources and support for teaching and learning including writing and math assistance.
Early intervention college preparation program that assists students in grades 6 through 12 to realize their educational opportunities and potential.
Responsible for investigating complaints that a university employee has violated the university's non-discrimination and/or non-retaliation policies.
The Office of Veteran and Military Services helps students access GI Bill and related veteran's benefits and tuition waivers.