Office of the University Registrar

October 23, 2020

Register for a T-FIG through MyPlan

What is T-FIG?

Transfer First-year Interest Groups, or T-FIGs, are peer-guided seminar courses that small groups of transfer students take together during their first quarter at the UW.

Searching for a T-FIG

Go to First Year Program’s FIG search page.

Search for a FIGS

Select Transfer FIG from the Type category in the left column.


All T-FIGs will filter and populate on your screen.


Standalone and Themed T-FIGs

There are two T-FIG types: standalone or themed.

Standalone T-FIGs are 2-credit classes under the mentorship and instruction of T-FIG Leaders, experienced undergraduates that will facilitate the courses and help to introduce you to resources unique to the UW.

standalone tfig

Themed T-FIGs are a cluster of classes containing the GEN ST 199 class with one or more classes that complement one another.

Shown below is the Public Health Themed T-FIG.

Themed Tfig

Reading a T-FIG Listing

When selecting your T-FIG, there are few things that you should note.

Reading a t-fig

Registering for a T-FIG

To register for a T-FIG, log in to MyPlan. In MyPlan, select Find Courses.

MyPlan Find Courses

To search for a T-FIG, type “GEN ST 199 T#” into the search box. The # corresponds to the T-FIG number of your choice.

MyPlan find courses 2

Once you see your T-FIG populate in the list, select the [add to plan icon] to add the T-FIG to your plan.

Add to plan