Our department provides professional security and campus safety services to UW Bothell and Cascadia College. To enhance the teaching and learning environment for the entire campus community, we are committed to creating and maintaining safety as well as a sense of security. Campus safety officers actively patrol the campus to get to know our community members.
The University of Washington Bothell offers free advocacy and support for students affected by sexual assault, rape, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment and other related experiences. Meeting with an advocate will not automatically lead to any kind of investigation by the university or the police.
Commuter Services provides transportation resources to the campus community, including providing parking permits, disability parking assistance, bicycle and pedestrian access, bus route information, and carpool support. Our ultimate goal is reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips to the UW Bothell/Cascadia College campus.
Student Housing at UW Bothell offers all the conveniences of apartment style living coupled with residence life programming, a vibrant community of learners, and a safe environment to facilitate student success. Applications are open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Off-Campus Housing Information
Below are sites that provide off-campus rental listings for apartments and houses:
The Child Care Assistance Program is designed to assist UW Bothell Campus students in covering the costs of licensed childcare for their children (newborn–12 years old) while enrolled in an eligible program of study. This award is funded by Services & Activities fees paid by students attending the Bothell campus.
Veterans Services provides assistance to students who are entitled to receive educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Whether a student is a new applicant for benefits or has used them at previous institutions, Veterans Services is committed to working in partnership to ensure that the process is simple and well-organized.
The Center for International Education (CIE) provides international students with admissions guidance, immigration advice, cultural adjustment assistance, and resources to navigate the Bothell campus and community.
Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB), are the official representative voice for all students within the university. They exist to empower our student body through the following measures: Seeking to enhance the entire student experience by supporting and/or drafting policy that promotes student interests, needs, and welfare. They serve as a liaison between the students and faculty, staff, alumni, and administration.
DRS provides services to students who are enrolled at the University of Washington Bothell. Academic accommodations, if reasonable and appropriate, are provided to students with a permanent or temporary physical, emotional, or sensory disability. A student must meet with a DRS counselor in order to receive services, and may be asked to provide documentation of their disability. There is no minimal or baseline disability that one must have to receive services. If you have a disability that affects you academically, you may be eligible for services.
Career Services has developed resources for graduate students for professional development, and has extensive resources specific to each school and program. The career counselors work closely with Graduate School Advisers to make sure the content is relevant to student needs.
Types of Appointments
- graduate student advising
- continuing education
- graduate resumes, CVs, cover letters
- job and internship search strategy
- portfolio development