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Learning and access to UW resources doesn’t end with graduation. The College and the University encourage alumni to utilize the many opportunities to continue building your professional and leadership skills through continuing education, hearing from and meeting local and global change-makers through lectures and events, accessing the network of more than 10,000 CBE alumni and using the campus libraries.

UW Professional and Continuing Education
There are a number of professional and continuing education that are related to the College’s fields. Learn more about the opportunities for professional growth at the UW Professional and Continuing Education website.

College and UW Lectures and Conferences

  • Department of Architecture Lecture Series
  • Department of Landscape Architecture Lecture Series
  • Center for Research and Education in Construction Conference
  • Professional Advisory Councils/Board

Become a UWAA Member
Join the 56,000 plus huskies who are keeping their connection strong through the UWAA. More than 1,100 CBE alumni are UWAA members. Join the UWAA and become a part of the thousands of huskies in the Puget Sound and around the world who are passionate about life-long learning, enjoy finding new ways to build the UW network and are making a difference in their communities.

Throughout the year members receive special benefits and discounts, are invited to special events on campus and throughout the region. Membership dues also support student scholarships. Become a UWAA member today!

Live outside the Puget Sound? Alumni living outside of the Puget Sound, can find fellow huskies all over the country and the world. Find a husky community in your city.

UW Libraries
Alumni and community members are welcome at all UW Libraries.

Transcripts
Former students and alumni who attended classes in 1983 or later can order official and unofficial transcripts online.

Live outside of the Puget Sound?

For alumni living outside of the Puget Sound, find fellow Huskies and attend events in your area through the UWAA.