Resources for UW Students
As a part of the Homelessness Research Initiative, the Doorway Project is committed to helping provide better resources for students experiencing housing and food insecurity.
We've made a list below of some ways that the University can provide assistance to undergraduate and graduate students:
- Any Hungry Husky https://www.washington.edu/anyhungryhusky/
- UW Seattle Student Life Resources (including mental health) https://www.washington.edu/studentlife/health/
- Adjustments to UW Financial Aid https://www.washington.edu/financialaid/receiving-aid/request-changes-to-your-award/
- Emergency Aid at UW-Seattle http://www.washington.edu/emergencyaid/seattle/
National Resources, Programs and Awareness for College Students in Need
“Homeless Student’s Guide” - by Amy Dunning. A widespread guide for some resources to consider and programs focus on for student’s experiencing homelessness.
”Support for College Students Experiencing Food Insecurity” - National-level food insecurity statistics, and helpful guidelines for college and university students to access the food they need.