Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies

Advising & Info Sessions

Meet with an advisor

Whether you are at the exploration stage, in the process of submitting your application, or recently admitted into the program, we are ready to assist you on your path to graduation!

Applicants & prospective students

If you are an applicant or prospective student to the University of Washington Bothell, contact an undergraduate transfer admissions advisor who will help you explore the Health Studies major, review admission requirements, provide a transcript review, answer questions about your application and help you prepare to apply. You may also attend an Information Session presented by a Health Studies transfer advisor.

Health Studies transfer advisor

Erin B. McFeely
Office: Husky Hall

Schedule an Appointment with Erin


Current/Admitted UWB Health Studies students

Current UW Bothell students who are interested in the Health Studies major but are not yet admitted must first contact an advisor in First Year and Pre-Major Programs. Once admitted into the Health Studies major, students can meet with the Health Studies academic advisor for educational assistance in a variety of areas, including course planning, navigating campus resources, understanding university policies, and preparing for life after graduation.

In-person, phone, and virtual advising options are available Monday through Friday during the following times:

  • In-person appointments in UW1-211: Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Phone and Zoom appointments: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Additional advising hours and virtual drop-ins may be available during peak advising periods (e.g. registration week). Students can view their advisor's complete availability on Navigate.

Health Studies academic advisor

Kaitlin R. Wright
Office: UW1-211

Schedule an Appointment with Kaitlin

Check in on Navigate for your Advising Appointment

Information sessions

You are invited to join the Health Studies transfer adviser for an in-depth overview of the program. The adviser will answer your questions about the program, curriculum options, admission, and the application process. All sessions are conducted online using Zoom until further notice.

RSVP for an Info Session


The Health Studies program also offers Prospective Student Q & A sessions prior to admission application deadlines each quarter. These sessions provide students who are planning to apply to the Health Studies major with an opportunity to learn more about the program's curriculum, application process, career pathways, and tips from current students.

Autumn 2021 Session: October 8, 2021; 4:00-5:00PM (PST) on Zoom; Register to attend!

September 2021