Can I borrow books from UW library?
Yes, you can find the books yourself in the Library and borrow them using the self-service machines.
Is UW library open today?
COVID-19 Update: All library buildings are CLOSED until further notice, but some remote resources and services may be available. Everyone is welcome to visit the UW Libraries (Seattle, Bothell & Tacoma) and use our books, journals and most other materials while in the library.
Is Odegaard open?
COVID-19 UPDATE: Odegaard Undergraduate Library is currently CLOSED, but will reopen Monday, September 20, 2021 to the UW community. A current, valid Husky card will be required for entry. Remote resources and services continue to be available. The following services and resources are available to the UW community.
Are the cherry blossoms blooming at UW?
Updated March 26, 2021. The cherry blossoms on the UW campus are starting to open. So the next 3 weeks or so will be peak time to enjoy cherry blossoms around the region. Plum and cherry blossom trees along Seattle city streets tend to bloom earliest.
Can I use a university library?
What access you can get. Full-time undergraduates can use the libraries of most participating universities for reference only. Academic staff, full- or part-time postgraduates, distance-learning, or placement students can usually borrow from other libraries as well.
What time does the Seattle public library open?
Mon 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thu 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sun 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
How much is University of Washington tuition?
Ranked the 10th best global university,* the UW is home to a renowned medical center and top-ranked programs in medicine, engineering, nursing, law, business and social work. The UW is the country’s top public research institution and one of the oldest universities on the West Coast.
How many libraries does UW have?
Together, the 26 UW campuses have over 9 million unique items (over 17 million volumes) available to students, faculty, researchers, and the greater Wisconsin community. The UW Libraries’ vision of “One System, One Library” allows for an extensive, yet efficient collection in times of increasing library costs.