Cascadia Rising 2016 earthquake drill
UW Bothell is participating in the Cascadia Rising statewide earthquake drill on June 7. In the event of a real earthquake, remember: DROP, COVER AND HOLD ON. During a campus emergency, this page will serve as the official source of information to the UW Bothell community.
Official source of campus information
This is the official emergency page of the University of Washington Bothell. During an incident, campus information will be posted here.
In the event of a sustained power outage, the main website will be unavailable. In that event, we will use www.uwbalert.com to issue updates.
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The UW Bothell Alert System provides current information on campus closures and delays due to inclement weather and emergency situations. Faculty and staff must "opt-in" to this service -- you won't receive messages if you haven't signed up.
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What should I do? Common emergency scenarios
The kinds of major emergencies or disasters that can impact our university include:
Suspension decisions should be made prior to the following times, although unanticipated weather or emergency conditions may alter this schedule:
6:00 AM: Early morning classes from 8:00 - 11:00 AM.
9:00 AM: Mid-day classes from 11:00 AM - 4:30 PM.
2:30 PM: Late afternoon/early evening classes from 4:30 - 8:00 PM.
5-6:00 PM: Late evening classes from 8:00 - 10:00 PM.