As a student in the Master of Science in Computational Linguistics program, you can take advantage of many University of Washington services and resources. Below is a list of links to help you get started.
Computational Linguistics Recommended Reading List
This list offers recommendations on some of the basic texts in the field for those who want to explore the subject on their own.
Computational Linguistics Subject Guide
The UW Libraries offers a guide to reference sources and databases related to computational linguistics.
Current Student Information
This portal provides links to a variety of information for current students in the program, including registration guidelines, master's project details, graduation requirements and more.
Jobs in Computational Linguistics
This UW-maintained database contains current and past job listings in the field, both in the United States and abroad.
UW Computational Linguistics Wiki (Treehouse)
This site offers a compendium of links to computational linguistics resources at the UW and beyond.
Course Evaluation Catalog
The course evaluation catalog summarizes student ratings of UW courses.
The award-winning University of Washington Libraries system has more than 8 million print volumes and many online resources.
The time schedule provides an up-to-date listing of UW credit course offerings for current and upcoming quarters.
University Book Store
The University Book Store stocks textbooks required for UW classes as well as Husky apparel and a large selection of general, reference and children's books.
IT Connect provides Information about email, free software, online storage, technology spaces, workshops and more.
MyUW is an easy-to-use tool for accessing online information and resources, including your class schedule and UW email.
A UW NetID is your personal username for accessing UW online resources. You will need your NetID to access the UW Wi-Fi network, check out books from the library and for use in your classes.
The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information on qualifying for, applying for and receiving financial aid.
Fellowships & Awards
The Office of Fellowships and Awards coordinates and administers fellowship and scholarship opportunities for graduate students and provides information and resources regarding these programs.
Graduate Funding Information Service
The GFIS helps current and admitted graduate students identify different funding opportunities, with assistance provided both online and in person.
This interactive map of the UW Seattle campus shows the locations of buildings, libraries, computer labs, food outlets, parking lots and more.
Uniformed UW security guards will provide a walking escort on campus in the evening upon request.
The UW offers a NightRide shuttle for students who live close to campus and are staying on campus after dark. The shuttle usually runs on weeknights from 8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. during autumn, winter and spring quarters.
Transportation and Parking
Commuter Services provides Information on transportation options, parking, the U-PASS and more.
The U-PASS offers unlimited rides on Seattle-area bus services, Link light rail and Sounder commuter trains. It also offers discounted carpool parking, vanpool subsidies and a low membership rate for Zipcar.
This webpage contains mportant links and contact information regarding safety issues for the UW campus and community.
The UW Counseling Center offers personal counseling and help with career and study skills to UW students.
Hall Health Center
The Hall Health Center is an outpatient facility that offers quality health care services to UW students and their dependents, faculty and staff, as well as the general public.
Housing & Food Services
Information on residence halls and other housing options for students as well as details about places to eat on campus, including hours of operation.
The Husky Card is the official identification card for members of the UW community. It provides access to a variety of services and opportunities, including UW library services.
Husky Union Building
The HUB is a popular place to meet on campus and includes dining options, a branch of the University Book Store, a self-service postal center, a bank and cash machines, a newsstand and candy counter, a ticket sales office and more.
Recreational Sports & Fitness
The Department of Recreational Sports Programs offers dozens of different sports activities for students, as well as a fitness center (the IMA), swimming pools, sports fields and more.
The UW Career Center offers services to help students learn the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct an effective job search and find a satisfying career.
Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center
The Carlson Center develops service learning and leadership opportunities for UW students in the community.
The Disability Resources for Students office is committed to providing reasonable academic accommodations to qualified UW students with disabilities.
International Student Services
This office offers trained advisers to provide support for international students at the UW via email, phone, live chat and in person, including help with visas, travel, employment and other issues.
Student Legal Services provides legal advice, counseling, negotiating and court representation in legal matters.
Minority Affairs & Diversity
The Office of Minority Affairs offers a variety of services for students, primarily – but not exclusively – for those from backgrounds historically underrepresented in higher education.
Student Conduct Code
The UW Student Conduct Code governs student conduct and student discipline on all the institution's campuses.
The Veterans Education Benefits Office offers services for veterans such as financial aid counseling and advising for VA educational benefits.
The Women's Center provides educational programs, services and training to promote greater awareness of gender and equality issues at the university and throughout society.