UW Impact: Stronger Together
The challenges we face during the COVID-19 pandemic have reminded Huskies that we are stronger together, which is we invite you to stay connected to your UW community now more than ever.
Not sure where to start? The UW Alumni Association has a variety of digital programs to help you expand your knowledge and stay engaged with the University. Visit Stronger Together, a popular new resource for all homebound alums.
Huskies have always and continue to uphold the University’s values of courage, kindness, creativity, and innovation. To read more about how our community is coming together and learn about what you can do to help, visit the UW’s Together page.
The University of Washington community is also coming together in a variety of ways in response to COVID-19. Here are some of our favorite UW stories coming out of the pandemic:
- The University of Washington Tacoma campus has thrown businesses a lifeline by temporarily suspending rent payments for people who rent business space from the campus. To read more click here.
- Huskies are finding ways to support frontline medical personnel by crowdsourcing personal protective equipment and providing child care for UW Medicine workers. To read more click here.
- Former University of Washington basketball star Isaiah Thomas donated over 1,000 meals to UW Medical Center employees. To read more click here.
- UW students are rebuilding their schools in Minecraft to revitalize a sense of campus community amid university closures. To read more click here.
We are pleased to update you periodically as we endure these times together. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay connected.