UW School of Dentistry
Area, Costs & Housing
Staying in Seattle
The summer weather is mild, temperatures averaging about 75°F (24°C) during the day with less than an inch of rain each month. Seattle is surrounded by splendid scenes of snowcapped mountains, evergreen forests and sparkling water. The city is encompassed by the Cascade Mountains and Lake Washington on the east and the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound on the west.
The cost for the summer institute is $1,000, which includes 127 CDE credits. If academic credit is requested, it can be arranged through the University of Washington Summer Quarter Office and additional costs will be incurred. Fees for course materials and registration are an additional $100. Textbooks and expenses for J-1 visas, if necessary are extra.
Participants are expected to arrange and pay for their own housing and other living expenses.
There are a number of options for housing:
Campus dormitory space is available to visitors. Call the Conference Housing Office at 206.616.1031, or fax at 206.543.4094. The Conference Housing Office will need to know the name of your departmental sponsor.
UW Student Housing
The Visiting Faculty Housing Service has a listing service for short and long-term rentals. You may request a Housing Wanted Form from our office and one of our staff will go to the Visiting Faculty Office to look for appropriate sublets and rentals.
In addition, several conveniently located hotels offer excellent rates for extended stays. Overall, the cost of staying in Seattle for the six-week program will range from $2100 to $3500 depending on the type of accommodation and meals you want. If you have trouble finding a place you can stay in the dormitory for a few days while you check out the housing situation.