Graduate Study

Advising

Advisers for the graduate degree programs and the RDN training program can tackle your questions not answered on our website.

Connect & Learn More

  • Online Information Sessions – Prospective students are encouraged to attend an information session to learn more about our degrees and RDN training. Check our calendar for monthly sessions scheduled from April through November.
  • Drop-In Advising – Prospective students with quick questions can attend our virtual drop-in sessions. Check our calendar for session dates and times.
  • Email – Prospective students can send questions about our graduate degree programs to our team at gradnutr@uw.edu. Common areas of inquiry include:
  • Email – Prospective students can send questions about the RDN training program to our team at gcpd@uw.edu. Common areas of inquiry include:
    • Prerequisites required for the Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics (GCPD)
    • Other GCPD specifics, including traineeships, the practice experience, or Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) or Public Health Concentrations
  • Join the email list to receive updates about events and admissions information.

Directions

Raitt Hall is the northwest building in the Quad. View directions.