All matriculated UW Seattle campus students are required to provide proof of measles immunity. A registration hold will be put on your account until this requirement has been satisfied. If you are a continuing UW student, you do not need to provide this again.
For more information on how to prove the measles immunity, you can visit the Hall Health website here:
Please note that the immunity verification instructions have recently changed, and the updated instructions can be found at the Hall Health website link above (you will need a working UW Email address to complete the verification process).
Contact the Hall Health Center if you have questions about the verification process or whether or not they have received your immunization certificate form. The UW Measles Requirement hotline telephone number is 206-616-4672, or you may email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
All students who have accepted their offer of admission will be required to pay the $250 enrollment confirmation deposit. The deposit will be credited to your student account at the beginning of the quarter after you enroll.
Please note that this is not refundable and not transferrable to another quarter.
If you have accepted admission and have not received your enrollment confirmation deposit form within 2 weeks (possibly longer for international applicants), please let us know at email@example.com.
Lorna & Jennifer
If you are an international student and you have accepted your offer of admission, your next step is to fill out your I-20 request form. You will need to log back into your application and download the I-20 request form from your application status screen. It should include instructions on how to fill out the form as well as what documentation is needed to prove your financial ability. If you have accepted an RA/TA or fellowship that provides a tuition waiver, monthly stipend and benefits, the CEE Advising Office has notified the Graduate School of your funding.
If you have any questions about the I-20 form or acceptable documentation to prove your financial ability, you should direct them to the Graduate School at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call them at 206-543-5900.
The average living expenses for the 2016-2017 academic year can be found on the graduate school’s website at:
This will help you calculate the financial ability requirement which is needed for the I-20 request form.
If you would like more information regarding the insurance plan for RA’s and TA’s, please go to the following website:
For coverage periods and enrollment deadlines, go to: http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/insure/gaip/deadlines.html
If you are an international student who has an RA appointment for autumn quarter, when you register you’ll need to select the ISHIP option. Then when your appointment is entered in the payroll system for autumn quarter it will switch to GAIP and you will not be charged for ISHIP.
Graduate Program Advisor
Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Washington
201 More Hall / Box 352700
Seattle, WA 98195-2700
The CEE Department will be hosting a departmental “Welcome” event for all incoming students (grads and undergrads) on Wednesday, October 5, 4:00 – 6:30 PM, in the HUB North Ballroom.
This is a great opportunity to see what is going on in the department, not just in your particular area of interest. Faculty from the areas will show an overview of some of the current research. It’s an exciting time to be a part of CEE, great things are happening here that impact the Puget Sound area, and the world!
Some of the time will be interactive “fair” format with student organizations including ASCE (including locker rental info), Chi Epsilon and Engineers Without Borders, as well as Study Abroad opportunities and the College of Engineering Career Center.
All incoming students (undergraduate and graduate) are invited to attend. Mark your calendar now!
International students are required to provide an official transcript with degree statement to the Graduate School. You may bring it with you and take it to the Graduate School when you arrive as long as it is in the sealed envelope from the university and includes an English translation (if it’s not in English). The Graduate School is in the Communications Building on the Seattle campus. You can find it on the campus map when you arrive.
International Students must complete the pre-arrival and post-arrival checklists as well as complete the online ISS Information Session prior to registration.
ISS Pre-Arrival Checklist:
ISS Post-Arrival Checklist:
UW Net ID and Password are required to access the online system.
If you are an incoming international student, be sure to take part in the International Student Orientation in September, offered through FIUTS (Foundation for International Understanding Through Students). Participation in the orientation is not required, but is strongly recommended.
This year’s autumn quarter orientation will take place September 13-23, 2016.
For more information, go to: