The School of IAS and University of Washington offer numerous resources to support alumni. From social networking and events, to career services and library access, learn what’s available to you.
- Online communities
- Events, lectures & performance
- UW Bothell Alumni
- UW Alumni Association
- UW Bothell Career Services
- UW Libraries & database access
- UW email & computing services
Maintain your network and build new connections! IAS hosts three LinkedIn groups to facilitate networking and share career-related news and opportunities. Our groups are open to IAS alumni and students, and members are encouraged to post content.
- Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (for all IAS alumni and students)
- M.A. in Cultural Studies (for Cultural Studies alumni and students)
- M.A. in Policy Studies (for Policy Studies alumni and students)
- MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics alumni have organized a Facebook group to share events, opportunities, and other news. Connect with other MFA alumni!
Subscribe to our IAS Events calendar for upcoming alumni events.
UW Bothell Alumni
As a UW Bothell graduate, you have access to a wealth of services and programs through the UW Bothell Office of Alumni Engagement and UW Bothell Alumni Council. Learn about benefits and opportunities.
Bothell Husky Landing
Bothell Husky Landing is an engagement platform that gives UW Bothell alumni like you the opportunity to become mentors to students or fellow alumni, seek out mentoring for yourself, search for alumni in your fields of interest, receive exclusive offers and discounts, stream exclusive content featuring alumni and faculty, connect to podcasts and streams hosted by alumni, and find alumni near you. Activate your account and join the IAS Inner Circle group, a space to connect with fellow alumni and current students.
With over 56,000 members, the UW Alumni Association (UWAA) is one of the most connected alumni communities in the nation. Members enjoy benefits like invitations to exclusive events, discounts at dozens of local businesses, borrowing privileges at UW Libraries, and much more!
In response to COVID-19, UWAA developed Stronger Together, an online resource for digital content designed to encourage conversations, engage learners, and bring the world a little bit closer.
Career Services is committed to supporting your career development and provides a variety of Alumni Services. All workshops, seminars, and events are open to alumni! Additionally, graduates who have received a degree within the past three years (36 months) are eligible for individual career counseling appointments at no charge. Beyond this timeframe, alumni may schedule appointments for a nominal fee.
Handshake, UW’s free online job and internship database, is available to alumni. Connect to Handshake and access thousands of full-time and part-time jobs, as well as physical and virtual employer events.
Everyone is welcome to visit the UW Libraries (Bothell, Seattle & Tacoma) to use books, journals, and most other materials while in the library.
While your UW NetID is permanent, library borrowing privileges and computer access expire when you graduate. UWAA members, however, are eligible for a UW Libraries Borrower’s Card and online access to the EBSCO Academic Search Alumni Edition database. Non-UWAA members and the general public may access UW research databases through guest research stations located within UW Libraries.
Alumni and former students are no longer eligible for UW email and computing services, including UW Gmail and UW Google Suite. Your UW NetID, however, never expires and provides you access to various UW resources.
Note to graduating and departing students: On the 10th day of the second quarter in which you are not registered as a student, you will receive an email notification that your UW email account and computing services will expire in 14 days. We recommend that you set up UW email forwarding and save your UW Google Site long before this notification.