The School of STEM Graduate Office is home to the staff and advisors that are here to assist students during their time at UW Bothell. Students are encouraged to connect with the advisor once a quarter to check their progress toward degree completion.
Suzanna Martinez is the academic advisor for the Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering. To schedule an academic appointment, please call 425.352.5490, e-mail email@example.com, or stop by the office in Commons Hall (UW2) room 134.
To keep up with what is happening, check out the School of STEM News and like the Computing & Software Systems Facebook page.
Resources for cybersecurity engineering students
Policies and Procedures
STEM Graduate Career Counselor
The STEM graduate career counselor is here to help you build the tools necessary for career management from the start of your graduate education and throughout your professional career. Students also gain access to a STEM specific graduate Career Resources Canvas page to reference on demand. View key career topic areas covered and how to make a one-on-one counseling session.
Student Affairs—The UW Bothell Division of Student Affairs collaborates with students to provide services and opportunities which fosters student engagement, holistic well-being, personal and professional development, leadership, and experiential learning. Resources include, but are not limited to Counseling, Disability Resources, Student Employment and Veterans Services.
UW Husky Card—The Husky Card is the official identification card for members of the UW community, and can be used at any of the three campuses. It provides access to a variety of services and opportunities, including access to campus libraries.
Commuter Services—Find transportation resources for UW Bothell including parking permits, disability parking assistance, bicycle and pedestrian access, bus route information, U-Car use (official university business only) and carpool support.
Campus Safety—To enhance the teaching and learning environment for the entire campus community, they are committed to creating and maintaining safety as well as a sense of security. Campus Safety Officers actively patrol the campus to get to know our community members.
Care Team—The UW Bothell CARE Team is a confidential resource for the entire campus community, and handles concerns about a student’s well-being. Their purpose is to provide proactive and supportive consultation, assessment, response, and education regarding students who may be at risk or in distress.
Join a club—This is a great way to connect with others while gaining experience, leadership, and skills. The UW Bothell club directory is on Presence, and if you don’t see a club that matches your interests look into starting a club.
Check out additional campus resources for graduate students.