Find out fast about possible exposures to COVID-19

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Find out fast about possible exposures to COVID-19 

The WA Notify smartphone app alerts you if you’ve been near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. It’s free, completely private, and does not track your activity or identity.

For daily updated info: University of Washington COVID-19 Case Tracking Dashboard

Here are additional resources for students coping with cognitive, social and economic challenges:

Health & Wellness
Husky Health & Well-Being, a portal to medical services and 24/7 mental health support for students on the Seattle campus.

Technology for Students
Students in need of technology items can contact Student Technology Loan Program (STLP) located in Kane Hall. This student-funded program is offering quarterly laptop and tablet loans to assist with online instruction.

Teaching Support for Instructors
As always, the Center for Teaching & Learning offers ongoing instructor support for Teaching Remotely. Additionally, the UW Resilience Lab’s new Well-Being for Life and Learning Guidebook provides instructors with strategies and resources for supporting students.

Academic Support for Students
Academic Support Programs continues to offer CLUE (Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment) services online, including virtual meetings with student success coaches. The Instructional Center also offers remote programming for students who are first-generation, underrepresented or from low-income backgrounds, while the Ethnic Cultural Center continues to support historically marginalized and underrepresented students.

Please be safe and stay healthy!