Departmental resources & policies
Find important forms, key checkout, information on lockers, computing policies and instruction, and other resources available from the department.
Pathways and Mechanisms for General Feedback and Concerns
Our department uses a number of data sources to assess department programs and activities.
Forms for Students
Common academic and business forms
Our department provides a variety of computing resources to students engaged in coursework.
Lockers are available to A&A students on the first and third floors of Guggenheim Hall.
Lab Safety Training
All students using instructional labs must complete a series of lab trainings to ensure everyone’s safety.
High Speed Camera
Students may reserve the department’s High Speed Camera for use in academic coursework and research credits.
GUG/AERB key checkout and reimbursement forms
To request keys, fill out the key checkout form and upload documentation from the sponsoring faculty or staff member. The documentation should include the building and room number of the room(s) you need access to, and the dates of access. If an end date is unknown, this should be stated in the documentation.
To request a key reimbursement, please fill out the key reimbursement form. Once approved, an email notification will be sent.
Resources to assist in your academic pursuits, including the Engineering Academic Center.
Engineering Academic Center
The Engineering Academic Center occupies three classrooms on the second floor of Loew Hall and is open to students 24 hours a day. Here students participate in organized study workshops, meet informally for study sessions, and form learning communities.
Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Undergraduate Academic Affairs oversees generalized undergraduate academic advising and a variety of undergraduate programs such as Academic Support Programs, Center for Learning & Undergraduate Enrichment, First Year Programs, University Honors Program, the Undergraduate Research Program, and much more!
Graduate School Core Programs
Core Programs, under the Office of Student Affairs in the UW Graduate School, supports your unique journey by offering online resources, workshops, and events that recognize you on wellness, intellectual, and professional levels.
Career & internship support
Learn about careers and internships in aeronautics and astronautics and the resources available to you within the department and the College of Engineering.
Career Center @ Engineering
The CC@E is a specialized career services center in the College of Engineering focused on the coaching, exploration, and job search needs of students and recent alumni planning a career in engineering. CC@E manages the UW Engineering Internship Program.
Aerospace Engineering Academic Positions
A listing of full-time "permanent" academic positions geared toward aerospace engineering Ph.D. graduates and postdocs including tenure and non-tenure track faculty positions. Postdoctoral fellowships are not included. Compiled by the Aerospace Department Chairs Association.
Health & safety
Learn about options available to you for health and safety issues, including campus safety organizations and health & wellness resources.
If you are experiencing or reporting an emergency immediately call 9-1-1.
UW SafeCampus works with campus partners to keep our community safe. Tell them what's going on and they will figure out how to best address your concerns. If you're scared or unsure what to do, call 206-685-SAFE (7233).
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
See the Know Your Rights & Resources guide from the Office of the Title IX Coordinator if you have experienced sexual assault, stalking, relationship or intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, or other sexual misconduct. The guide provides important information on resources and reporting options so that individuals can decide what feels right for their situation.
Lab Safety Training
All students using instructional labs must complete a series of lab trainings to ensure their safety and the safety of others.
Health & Wellness
UW Health & Wellness provides support, consultation, and education support including alcohol & drug consultation & education, suicide intervention, sexual assault & relationship violence advocacy, and student care.
Hall Health is a fully accredited outpatient medical clinic serving the UW campus. Students can see medical professionals, fill prescriptions, update immunizations, and receive other medical services. Hall Health accepts several forms of insurance, including iSHIP and GAIP.
The UW Counseling Center is a mental health resource where currently enrolled students can receive assistance with adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, and a variety of other challenges. The Counseling Center does not accept/require insurance. If your concerns are urgent, contact the Crisis Clinic at 866-427-4747.
Discover the variety of services and resources available to you as a UW student.
Housing and Food Services
UW offers a wide variety of housing and food services to students.
Transportation Services is the central resource for information about parking, regional transit passes (UPass), bicycling, and navigating to or around the UW campus.
Student Parent Resource Center
The Student Parent Resource Center provides resources and ﬁnancial support to students with children. Student parents at the UW can find the resources they need to support the successful completion of their degree.
Student Activities Office (including GPSS and ASUW)
The Student Activities Office encourages students to participate in student activities and student government as way to experience personal growth, meet new friends, share common interests with other students, faculty and staff.
Office of Student Veteran Life
The Student Veteran Life works to achieve three main objectives: 1) Create centralized services and programming; 2) Grow and strengthen the veteran community; and 3) Represent the unique position and needs of UW veteran constituents.
International Student Services (ISS) Office
The International Student Services Office is staffed by highly trained advising professionals who help students understand benefits and restrictions of F-1 and J-1 visa status.
Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS)
FIUTS is a UW-based non-profit organization which connects university students to local and global communities through programs that build international awareness, cross-cultural communication, and informed leadership.