Personal Technology Policy

All UW Bothell students, faculty, and staff are welcome to use their personal technology on campus to do their work. Personal technology refers to any technology that is not actually UW property, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc.

If you are interested in using personal technology in your work at UW Bothell, there are a couple of things you should know:

  • UW Bothell IT cannot provide any hands-on tech support for personal technology
  • When using personal technology for work, you may be subject to UW and Washington State's ethics and e-discovery regulations: http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/policy/

Even though IT doesn't provide hands-on tech support, we do provide the best advice we can and have developed documentation on ways to help you connect to UW Bothell resources such as email and file-server space from your personal device.

See our "How Do I...?" section on this website for more!

*Please keep in mind that it isn't possible for us to provide documented solutions for all devices or configurations; you assume all risk related to using your personal technology for work, including any risk related to connecting to resources based on IT documentation or advice.

Did You Know?

Forty-six percent of UW Bothell's first year students are the first in the families to attend college.