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UW Non-Degree Registration Services

UW Continuum College / UW Professional & Continuing Education
4311 - 11th Ave. NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98105-4608
See map and photo below

Phone: 206-543-2310. TDD: 206-543-0898

FAX: 206-685-9359

Email: Send an email to Registration Services

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Note: Extended registration hours typically occur from 8 a.m.–7 p.m. the week before and the first week of Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters, and from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. the first week of Summer Quarter. For details about extended hours, please call ahead at the numbers above.

Parking: Metered parking is available on the street and in the building garage (entrance on 11th Ave. NE).

After-hours drop-box: You may drop your registration materials in the drop-box located outside the lobby's south entrance, next to the driveway.

Verifying enrollment: Beginning the first week of the quarter, you may call Registration Services, preferably in the afternoon, at the numbers above for confirmation of enrollment status.

Map: Registration is on the first floor of the building pictured below.

Department Contact Info

To contact a specific UW academic department, see the departmental contact information list.


For nonmatriculated (NM) students

If you are a nonmatriculated (NM) student with registration questions regarding undergraduate credit courses taken on campus or through online learning, please call UW Professional & Continuing Education at 1-800-506-1325, or send us an email.

For graduate nonmatriculated (GNM) students

Graduate nonmatriculated (GNM) students receive academic advising from the graduate coordinator in the appropriate school or college. For a complete list of schools and colleges offering graduate programs, please see The Graduate School Web site. Note that not all courses in these graduate programs are open to GNM students.

For students seeking a teaching certificate in the state of Washington

Those seeking a first Washington state teaching certificate should contact the College of Education's Office of Student Services, 206 Miller Hall, at 206-543-7834 or