Our commitment to inclusion and diversity
Diversity is a core value and priority of the University of Washington Bothell. We are committed to engaging in an ongoing process of identifying and confronting ways in which institutional discrimination may inhibit the lives and education of groups that have been minoritized in our society and on our campus. As embodied in our Diversity Action Plan
, we are committed to holding ourselves accountable for inclusive and transformational institutional change. We believe that the experiences and conditions of the most marginalized groups in our communities must be at the center of our institutional growth and improvement so that we may leverage the power of diversity to create conditions of equity, justice, and academic excellence for everyone.
Terryl Ross, Ph.D. is the director of diversity at UW Bothell. Terryl is a proud UW alumnus, scholar, activist and filmmaker. Learn more about Dr. Terryl Ross.
The Diversity Council is an advisory body established to guide the ongoing progress in fulfilling our commitment to diversity. The council is comprised of students, faculty and staff from all areas of the university. Meet the diversity council.
We are committed to a safe and inclusive campus
The University of Washington Bothell is one of the most ethnically diverse universities in the nation. Diversity is a core value at UW Bothell and one of the seven priorities outlined in the 21st Century Campus Initiative. We are committed to promoting inclusiveness in a constructive and positive space that encourages the expression of ideas. Chancellor Bjong Wolf Yeigh