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Coronavirus & Online Learning Resources

Autumn quarter 2021

The University of Washington is planning for a safe return to largely in-person instruction and activities in the autumn quarter.

Our campus and department communities are navigating the many daily impacts of the current COVID-19 outbreak. To help find the information you need during these unique times, please refer to the following collection of resources and check back often for updates. We will continue to add more information as it becomes available in the coming weeks. For a campus-wide overview, please refer to University of Washington Coronavirus Facts & Resources.

Contact CEE staff

CEE administrative and advising staff are working remotely. Please reach out with questions or concerns.

Academic Services/Advising

Remote learning resources

International student resources

Emotional and social support

A number of resources are available for UW students and employees to help manage the emotional impacts of COVID-19.

  • Counseling Center (for students): The Counseling Center offers multiple options for students seeking help coping with stress and mental health concerns, including individual and group counseling. Confidential mental health and crisis intervention support is also available 24/7 and in multiple languages.
  • Husky Health & Well-being (for students): Students have access to a range of mental health and counseling support, including individual counseling, group therapy, workshops and crisis services.
  • Video: Mental Health at UW: To generate awareness about mental health resources at the University of Washington, Board of Regent member Craig W. Cole, the Provost, Ana Mari Cauce, head basketball coach Lorenzo Romar, Husky Football player #32, Deontae Cooper, and students are featured in an honest video that sheds light on mental health issues that college students commonly face.
  • UW CareLink (for employees): When life’s challenges arrive, UW CareLink provides someone to talk to. Work with a guidance consultant to help sort through concerns. UW employees receive five free in-person counseling sessions for each issue they work to solve.
  • King County Crisis Connections: Crisis Connections is home to five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of individuals across Washington State. These programs include the 24-Hour Crisis Line, which provides immediate help to individuals, families and friends of people in emotional crisis.

Technology resources

Remote teaching resources

Remote working resources

Resources for managing research

Community resources