If you are having academic problems, the Undergraduate Academic Affairs Advising Office maintains the most detailed list of helpful resources such as tutoring and writing centers and information on what to do if you are having troubles inside or outside of class.
Tutoring and scholarship support
The STEM Underrepresented Student Support Table outlines opportunities for students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to receive help throughout and before their undergraduate education.
If you are pursuing a bachelor’s degree, you are expected to make satisfactory progress toward the attainment of that degree and are expected to enter a major and graduate after completion of a reasonable number of credits. Get more information on the College of the Environment Undergraduate Satisfactory Progress Policy page.
Students at the University of Washington are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic conduct. Most UW students conduct themselves with integrity and are disturbed when they observe others cheating. Learn how to avoid unintentional misconduct and understand the consequences of academic misconduct. Get more information on the College of the Environment Academic Conduct Policy page.
If you have been dropped for low scholarship and wish to petition for reinstatement, you must meet with your academic adviser to begin the process. Get more information on the College of the Environment Undergraduate Reinstatement Policy page.
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