UW’s religious accommodations policy
Worried about your classes coinciding with the High Holidays or Passover? Learn more about the University of Washington’s religious accommodations policy. Note that any student seeking accommodations must provide written notice through the Office of the University Registrar Religious Accommodations request process within the first two weeks of the beginning of the course of the specific dates of absence due to religious accommodation.
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