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Software and Hardware (Bothell)

UW Bothell students have several options to get software and hardware, sometimes at free or reduced cost, including:

  • Microsoft Office 365
  • Sophos Anti-Virus
  • SPSS
  • Husky OnNet VPN Service
  • Laptop and Wifi Hotspot lending program

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IT Services (Bothell)

UW Bothell IT supports educational technology so students can become successful learners online and in the classroom. Services include:

  • how to access and use MyPlan (academic planner)
  • how to access and use Canvas 
  • setting up UW e-mail
  • UW Zoom videoconferencing system
  • Open Learning Lab (virtual computer lab)

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Recreation & Fitness

We are excited to have you join us at the Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)! The Fitness Center is located on the lower level and is a space for community and connection that empowers all to live happier and healthier lives. Enjoy a variety of activities all centered on fun, fitness and personal development; many at no additional cost. Explore the Cascades, try a dance choreography class, or grab a few friends for an outdoor soccer league. The ARC and Fitness Center provides programming that fits into your life, interests and needs.

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Counseling Center (Bothell)

The UWB Counseling Center offers short-term counseling free of charge to currently enrolled students. The role of the Counseling Center is to provide mental health related services to facilitate students’ adjustment to college and their personal and psychological growth in becoming high functioning and socially responsible adults. The Counseling Center promotes student learning about their emotional and psychological development and increase academic success by positively impacting academic and personal decision-making. Our staff work to help students resolve problems that interfere with personal, social, and academic functioning while also emphasizing prevention, development, adjustment, and wellness. 

For students who are physically out of state and/or for any student (including in-state) who is in crisis, UW has partnered with My SSP to give students access to real-time, confidential mental health and crisis intervention support, 24/7 and in multiple languages. There are several ways to connect: 1-866-775-0608

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Bias Incident Reporting Tool (Bothell)

If you feel you’ve experienced an incident of bias on campus (including housing) or in a class, please go to the CARE reporting site and make your report. An incident of bias is typically something that you think has happened because of some aspect of your identity (gender, sexuality, race, immigrant status, language spoken, veteran status, disability, etc.). Be sure to select the box for “bias” in the menu for your report.

Bias reports may be submitted by the person who experiences the bias, or they may be submitted by someone who witnessed a bias incident, or a person who experiences a bias incident may ask a trusted advocate to file a report on their behalf. If a bias report is submitted on behalf of someone without consent of the alleged victim, then the case will move forward only if the alleged victim consents or if the bias incident is egregious enough to warrant university or legal action (e.g., a clear hate crime). 

This process will not replace existing structures on campus, nor should it be used in immediate or emergency situations. For immediate situations, contact SafeCampus at 206.685.7233 or for emergency situations please call 911.

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Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion are core values and priorities of the University of Washington Bothell. Our work begins with the acceptance and celebration of the differences that are represented through the many diverse and minoritized communities on our campus and in the surrounding community. We recognize that we are bound together in a collective experience and that our actions impact all in our community. When we focus on the lives of the most marginalized groups among us, we also create conditions of equity, justice and academic excellence for everyone.

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity Center

The Diversity Center is run by students, for students. Provides a variety of resources, including meeting space, for veterans, students with disabilities, undocumented students, first generation college students, LGBTQI students, international students, and students of color, amongst other groups.

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Quantitative Skills Center

The Quantitative Skills Center (QSC) promotes quantitative reasoning at UW Bothell through peer tutoring and faculty development. In addition to tutoring, the QSC offers software, informational guides and equipment checkout. 

The QSC can also:

  • clarify statistical terms and uses of various statistics
  • provide technical support with statistical functions in Excel and SPSS
  • advise on data visualization and presentations
  • review the design of studies and experiments

Read more about the QSC