What is ASUW?
The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is the student government at the University of Washington. At ASUW, elected and hired employees and volunteers work to represent student voices on campus and provide programming, events, and resources in order for students to succeed, flourish, and enjoy college.
Find more information about the services, resources, and opportunities that ASUW offers by using the tabs at the top of this page, attending an ASUW event, or visiting the ASUW offices on the first floor of the Husky Union Building!
The Associated Students of the University of Washington is the democratic voice of students that engages the campus community through programming, services and advocacy. The ASUW strives to enrich student life and develop future leaders.
Funded by the Services and Activities Fee, ASUW is composed of 30+ units, including enterprises, programs, commissions, and more. Employees and volunteers work to serve students and improve student life.
Interested in getting involved? There are plenty of ways for that! Whether you’re an employee, volunteer, or a participant of the different events we put on, there’s a space for everyone to find something of interest.