Congratulations and welcome to the Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice. We are excited for you to join our community of learners and change agents. Getting into graduate school is a huge achievement; you belong here and we are thrilled to have you! We highly encourage taking the time to celebrate! Below is a summary of how to continue through the process of enrollment.
We will work together to center community and to build power for health justice and racial equity so that communities can thrive. Welcome!Nora Kenworthy, PhD (she/her)
Step One: Confirm your enrollment in the program
Log into the application for graduate study to accept or decline your admission offer. Refer to your admission offer letter for your enrollment confirmation deadline. You will be prompted to pay a $250 non-refundable deposit to hold your place in the program. If you need more time to consider the offer or pay the enrollment confirmation deposit, please let us know by responding to the offer email.
Step two: Complete UW central requirements
Return to the application for graduate study pre-registration page to complete the central UW office requirements, which include immunization documentation, Husky Prevention & Response Training, and submission of degree transcript to the UW Graduate School (wait until your degree is granted).
Step three: Sign up for program advising and orientation.
The graduate faculty and staff are committed to your successful transition to graduate school and the program. We ask that you participate in the following onboarding events:
- Academic advising session with the graduate program advisor: various times available (virtual).
- Graduate library and writing center session: Tuesday, September 12, 5:30-6:30 pm (virtual).
- Orientation with faculty and classmates: Friday, September 22, 10 am – 2 pm (in-person).
- UW Graduate School online orientation: U501 (virtual and self-paced).
Review the program schedule Options
- Mark your calendar for day one of class, Tuesday, October 3, 2023, and every Tuesday of the quarter thereafter. Classes meet 3:30-5:30 pm and 6:00-8:00 pm.
- Review the full-time and part-time program plans of study for consideration.
- Review the University’s academic calendar for general dates and deadlines.
Register for fall classes
- Register for first-quarter courses. Full-time: BHS 501 and BHS 502. Part-time: BHS 501.
- To register, log into MyUW. Under the Quick Links menu, select “Register using SLN numbers“. Need assistance? View the How to Register instructions.
- Open the UW Bothell Time Schedule to identify the course SLN code (5-digit number to the left of course details) needed to register. In the Time Schedule, select School of Nursing and Health Studies, Health Studies to find the courses and their SLN numbers.
Identify student support and services to have in place by fall
UW Bothell campus offers an array of student support services which include, but are not limited to, Student Parent Support Program, Veteran’s Services, and Disability Resources.