After registration is complete, UW Educational Outreach Registration Services mails each student a Transaction Summary to the address provided at the time of registration. This document is confirmation that the student has been registered for UW credit, and is a receipt for payment. Additionally, after registering for their first UW course, students will receive two emails containing their UW Student ID Number and Private Access Code, which are needed to establish a UW NetID. If a student email address is not provided at the time of registration, this information will be mailed to the student's home address.
Students who do not receive this documentation should contact UW Educational Outreach Registration Services at (206) 543-2310 or email@example.com to confirm their registration and to request that the information be sent again.
Setting Up a UW NetID
UW NetIDs provide access to online services at the university. The primary online services accessed by UWHS students are their MyUW page for viewing UW grades and ordering transcripts as well the UW Library system. UW NetIDs are personal and created by students using their UW Student Number and Private Access Code. For UWHS students, creating a UW NetID is optional. Once established, a student's UW NetID is permanent.
To create a UW NetID or retrieve a previously established UW NetID, visit this page. In confirming their identity, students will select that they are a "UW Student" and then enter their last name, date of birth, UW Student Number, and Private Access Code.
To reset a UW NetID password, follow the steps on this page. If students have misplaced their UW Student Number or Private Access Code, they can contact UW Educational Outreach Registration Services at (206) 543-2310 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request that the information be re-sent to them.
Registration for a UWHS Course Establishes a Permanent UW Record
By registering for a UWHS course, students establish a permanent UW record. Participating students will receive a permanent UW student ID number and any grades received are recorded on a UW official transcript. Students who register for a UW credit are also considered university students and are responsible for understanding program policies, including course withdrawals, grading, and academic honesty.