Graduate Study

Advising

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

Connect with an Adviser

  • Online Information Sessions – Prospective students are encouraged to first attend an information session to learn more about our degrees and RDN training. Check our calendar for monthly session dates and times and to register.
  • Drop-In Advising – Prospective students with questions can attend our virtual drop-in sessions to engage with advisers. Check our calendar for monthly session dates and times and to register.
  • 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

Directions

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