Campus Lactation Stations

If you are an expectant parent attending school or working at UW Bothell, you’ll be glad to know about the on-site lactation stations. All lactation stations provide a private, secure, clean space for you to express your milk.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act contains a provision related to expressing breast milk at work. We support breastfeeding parents and regard this legislation as recognition of our lactation program.

Lactation Stations

The University of Washington Bothell has the following locations for Students, Faculty, and Staff to use as a lactation station. The rooms can be reserved or used on a drop-in basis.

To find available times click on the room calendar link. To reserve and gain access to the room click on reserve space link.  

Dedicated Lactation Room

Location Contact Hours* Amenities Calendar/Reserve
Founders Hall
UW1-128
UW1 Welcome Desk
425-352-5266
8am - 5pm Soft seating, telephone,
refrigerator, sink

Call or Drop in
Key Card Access Only

Commons Hall
UW2 - 336
STEM Coordinator
425-352-3746
8am - 5pm Soft seating Room Calendar
Reserve Space

Quiet / Lactation Room

Location Contact Hours* Amenities Calendar/Reserve
Husky Hall
1419
Husky Hall
Welcome Desk
425-352-5477
8am - 5pm Soft seating Room Calendar
Reserve Space
Beardslee Crossing
102 U
UWBX
Welcome Desk
425-352-5195
8am - 5pm Soft seating,
telephone
Call or Drop in

* After 5 p.m. or before 8 a.m. contact Campus Safety at 425-352-5359 to gain access to these rooms.


When leaving the space, please remember to take any personal belongings and return the door key to the welcome desk.

Changing Stations

University of Washington Bothell

Building Floor Room Number
Discovery Hall B1 050
Library LB1 101A
101B
Library LB2 1 101C
101D
ARC B1 017
ARC 2 217
UW1 1 101B
UW1 2 201B
UW2 0G 001C
001F
001G

Cascadia Community College

Building Floor Room Number
CC1 1 101A
101J
CC2 2 201N
CC2 3 312
313
CC3 1 117
CC3 2 212
213

Explore

  • UW CareLink, use UW for company code. On landing page click on ‘Parenting’, then select ‘Parenting’ and select ‘New Parents’ and find articles for new parents including a number on breast feeding.
  • The Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington find 15 tips to help you transition back to work and much more.
  • US Breastfeeding.org Find out more about this new legislation and details for implementation.
  • For specific lactation concerns, please contact Meghan Eagen-Torkko, PhD, CNM, ARNP, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies at 206.321.2588 or eagen@uw.edu.