Student Life Services

Career Development Center

Functioning as career consultants, Career Development Center staff support University of Washington Bothell students through all stages of career exploration and job search. The Career Development Center provides the structure and resources, including counseling and programming, to help students focus their career search, to target appropriate employers, to implement job search strategies, and to build skills in self-marketing.

Students are encouraged to use career services throughout their academic career at University of Washington Bothell. Services facilitate lifelong career development through self-awareness, career exploration, career decision-making, and the implementation of career choices.

For more information about career services and resources, consult the website at http://www.uwb.edu/career.

Counseling

Limited, short-term personal counseling is available to students free of charge at University of Washington Bothell. Counseling Services recognizes that personal issues can impede a student's progress in school. Counseling is offered in a supportive and confidential environment, and currently registered students are eligible for up to six sessions throughout their tenure at UWB. Please call 425.352.3183 to set up a counseling appointment.

Office of Development and Alumni Relationships

The overarching goal of The Office of Development and Alumni Relations at the University of Washington Bothell is to successfully promote involvement with and build strong sources of dependable funding from alumni and friends for scholarship, faculty, and programming support and for UW Bothell's future. This goal will be achieved through active fund-raising and external relations programming that provide meaningful and lasting relationships with alumni and friends of the campus. Working with UW Seattle Development and Alumni Relations, faculty, staff, and students, the UW Bothell Development and Alumni Office collaborates to develop key strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors and friends.

UW Bothell Alumni Relations programming plays a vital role in keeping young alumni connected to UW Bothell after they graduate. In addition, we strive to keep established and future prospects connected to the campus by informing them of UW Bothell's priorities and accomplishments, which will hopefully engage them as potential contributors.

In many ways, we look at Alumni Relations activities as "friend-raising." It is through "friend-raising" activities, that "fund-raising" occurs. Our donors and friends to UW Bothell are dedicated to the mission of the campus and to helping students reach their potential and educational goals. For further information, please contact the Development and Alumni office at (425) 352-5269.

Disability Support Services

Students with disabilities are invited and encouraged to discuss their needs with a counselor in Disability Support Services (DSS). Documentation of the disability will be required according to the specifications of the University of Washington system before any accommodations can be arranged. We ask that students requesting services contact DSS at least six weeks prior to the beginning of the quarter. To speak with a DSS counselor, please stop by LBA 106 or call (425) 352-5307.

Educational accommodations are designed to meet the individual needs of the student based on their specific disability. Our goal is to fully comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Library Services

The Campus Library serves students, faculty, and staff of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College. The Library houses course-related periodicals, books, and audiovisual materials, and provides access to the over five-million volumes housed at the University of Washington Libraries in Seattle and Tacoma, as well as the collections of 27 academic libraries in Oregon and Washington.

One of the main features of the Campus Library is the Information Commons, which offers state-of-the-art technology and provides access to on-line, CD-ROM, and web-based resources, including full-text journals. Students, faculty, and staff, with their own computers, can access many of these resources remotely, via the internet. Students can use the computers in the Information Commons to perform a variety of tasks, from searching the Library catalog and databases to writing papers and creating spreadsheets.

Librarians offer reference services in the Information Commons and are available by appointment for more extended consultations. Information and technology literacy are important features of the curricula of both institutions, and librarians teach workshops and class sessions and collaborate with faculty to integrate these skills into courses in all disciplines and programs.

For more information on the services offered by the Campus Library, consult the website at http://library.uwb.edu.

Quantitative Skills Center

The Quantitative Skills Center's mission is to promote and support quantitative reasoning across campus.  The QSR offers free tutoring, workshops, and in-class presentations.  In addtional, the QSC provides support on mathematical software such as SPSS, MS Excel and Matlab.

The Quantitative Skills Center is located in UW2-134 and on the web at http://www.uwb.edu/qsc. Please feel free to contact us at (425) 352-3170 or at qsc@uwb.edu.

Veteran Services

Selected academic programs of study at the University of Washington Bothell are approved by the Higher Education Coordinating Board's State Approving Agency (HECB/SAA) for enrollment of those eligible to receive benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, U.S. Code. Please see the Veterans Benefits Coordinator in Student Affairs, LBA-106, for more information, or call (425) 352-5307.

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is designed to support UW Bothell writers with any aspect of the reading and writing process. It operates on two principles:

Services are designed for writers in any course and at all skill levels. Direct services to students include workshops (both as part of regular courses and in specially scheduled sessions) and individual and small group meetings with writing consultants (face-to-face and on-line). Writers can meet with a consultant at any stage of a writing project, from understanding the assignment and the readings to brainstorming a topic to evaluating evidence to revision and proofreading.

For more information about the Writing Center and its services, consult the website at http://www.uwb.edu/writingcenter.