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COVID-19 vaccinations

The University will require students and employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by autumn quarter. The vaccines being administered are safe and effective, and you can be vaccinated at any provider at no cost to you.

Autumn quarter 2021

We’re eager to see you on campus this autumn as we return to in-person instruction and activities.

Resources to support remote work and learning

Computing tools for remote work

Learn how to set up your remote desktop and use Zoom.

Resources for students

Be a successful online learner and connect with digital resources across campus.

Resources for faculty and instructors

Prepare for online courses with tools, best practices and other resources.

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Bridging the distance

When the UW returns to in-person learning this fall, instructors like Rania Hussein and Julian Yamaura will bring with them the creative methods developed while teaching remotely.