Office of the University Registrar

April 2, 2024

It’s Time to Register for Summer 2024

Dear University of Washington students,

Summer 2024 registration begins Monday, April 8, 2024.

This notice is emailed to all UW Seattle students registered for the current quarter with a copy sent to the advising communities on all three campuses.

To get started with registration, review your academic plan for Summer 2024 and seek guidance from an adviser if you need assistance. Then, sign into MyUW and complete your pre-registration steps before your estimated priority registration date.

Prepare for Registration

Log into MyUW

Critical: Required Husky Prevention & Response (Title IX) Student Course

Husky Prevention & Response is a course about preventing and responding to sex- and gender-based violence and harassment. New and returning (an absence of one quarter or more) freshman, transfer, graduate, and professional matriculated students are required to complete the 60–90 minute online student course. Students who do not complete the course will be blocked from registering for their second quarter. Begin the Husky Prevention & Response Student Course now or learn more on the Title IX student course page.

Students Expecting to Graduate Next Quarter

  • Be sure to contact your adviser to submit your graduation application by the application deadline, which is the third week of each quarter.
  • Your diploma name does not have to match your UW student record name. Instead, you can have your diploma issued in the name of your choice by entering your information into the Diploma Name and Address form. This is also where you will put the address where you would like your diploma mailed.
  • Complete and submit this form now to ensure that your paper diploma will reach the best permanent address after you graduate. If you have not entered information in the form when we order your diploma the information from your student record will be used to issue and mail your diploma.

Request a Disability Accommodation

It is the policy of the University to provide reasonable academic accommodations to students with disabilities. Please visit the Disability Resources for Students (DRS) website for more information.


The University of Washington is committed to ensuring everyone is welcomed here as their authentic self. To support this, the Husky Health & Well-Being website now hosts important information about Sharing Pronouns at UW.

Manage Your Name Types

Students have the ability to provide the University with a variety of name types associated with your student records. Review the name types and to learn how to manage your name.

Registration Tampering Abuse Policy: Don’t buy, sell, or hold spots in classes!

Know that trading, selling, or buying open spots is a breach of the Registration Tampering Abuse Policy. Consequences include referral to the Student Code of Conduct process, a Registrar’s Hold on your record, and potential diploma withholding for graduating students until the conduct process is complete.


University of Washington Registrar