• Find upcoming events in your area and add them to your calendar.
• Easily track your member benefits and discounts.
• Get alerts for Membergrams, featuring exclusive member opportunities and events.
• Use your electronic member card to redeem your member benefits.
• Stay informed on how your membership helps support the UW and higher education in the state of Washington.
• Find out what Dawgs are up to all over the globe through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
Your card, your benefits, at your fingertips.
Our new mobile map makes it easy to find information about your class schedule and grades. The app includes a map for the Cheney campus, a news feed, and a list of important phone numbers for the University. The app also provides links to Canvas, our learning management system, and our social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube. Online or on campus, our app will help you explore EWU.
•View your class schedule
•Check your grades
•Connect to Canvas
•Search the faculty directory
•View the academic calendar
•Explore a map of the Cheney campus
•Find a quick link to athletic events
•Find important phone numbers
View the map to get walking routes, turn-by-turn directions, real-time GPS bus routes and expected arrival times, and find locations of buildings. Students can access class schedules with details, times, locations, and instructors contact information, campus parking information, and more.
View current news, upcoming events, tweets, and see what the weather is like at all campus locations. Search the directory to find contact information of Faculty, Staff, and Students when you are on the move. You can view photos from around campus and get a glimpse of WSU.
Get notifications of alerts on campus, an emergency response checklist of helpful tips, and a phone list of emergency contacts at the palm of your hand.
ShutEye’s display uses a timeline metaphor with colored horizontal bars that correspond to activities that can impact sleep. Thin bars represent times when the activity is not recommended, while thick bars indicate that the activity is either unlikely to negatively affect sleep (e.g., having a cup of coffee) or likely to improve sleep (e.g., relaxing or exercising). The vertical bar indicates the current time on the timeline. The intersection of the activity’s bar with the vertical bar shows the current recommendation—if the activity’s bar is thin, the activity is not recommended; if it’s thick, it’s probably okay.
On June 14, 2014, the University of Washington will honor the graduating class of 2014 at the University’s 139th Commencement Exercises. 5,000 graduates will take the field at the magnificent new Husky Stadium to the cheers and applause of 40,000 family members and friends. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime event in the lives of graduates and parents alike – an experience not to be missed.
Use UW Ceremony to take full advantage of your commencement experience. Whether you're a graduating student or their guest, UW Ceremony can help you get around through interactive maps of the UW Campus and Husky Stadium. Get recommended driving directions to assigned parking lots. Once you arrive on campus, get walking directions to Husky Stadium and over 100 other ceremonies on campus. Receive alerts of late breaking news before, during, and after the ceremony. Share your experience with the Husky community using Tagboard and check out what others have shared.