University Services A-Z for Students on the Mount Vernon Campus
Academic Support Services
Academic Support Services is one-stop shopping for information on the UW Bothell Library, Media Center, Information Center, Quantitative Skills Center, Writing Center, Teaching and Learning Center and Visual Resources.
A branch of the University Book Store is located on the Bothell campus. The UBS carries texts for classes as well as other items. It is open 5 days a week; check the posted schedule for exact hours of operation. During summer quarter and between quarters the days/hours of operation may be limited.
Ten bus routes serve the UW Bothell and Cascadia Community College campus making over 400 stops each day. Take the bus with no hassle by purchasing a U-PASS, which is a bus pass that works on King County Metro, Sound Transit, and Community Transit buses. Skagit Valley College transit information is available on SVC's web site.
The Career Center on the UW Bothell campus offers career counseling services to all students. The Career Center also posts current job listings from throughout the area and makes available publications pertaining to career development and job search skills. Staff can review your resume and help you prepare for upcoming interviews.
UW Bothell's Counseling Services center offers free counseling services for all students.
Computing services on the Bothell Campus are offered by UW Bothell Information Technologies (IT); they provide support for all student, staff, and faculty computing needs. Reach them by:
walk-in: Library Second Floor, LB2-218
At Skagit Valley College, you will be emailed your IT access by Skagit IT prior to the start of the quarter you begin the program. Pay for Printing services are available at all Skagit computer labs including our classroom, Laura Angst Hall room 146. Printing off the wired terminals in 146 or the laptops in 146 are both available. Skagit IT help desk is at 360-416-7766.
Disability Support Services
The UW Bothell Disability Support Services office (DSS) is committed to ensuring that qualified students with documented disabilities are provided with an equal opportunity to participate in the variety of educational, recreational, and social opportunities available at the University. The primary functions DSS performs towards this objective are the provision of academic accommodations for students with a documented, permanent or temporary physical, mental, or sensory disability; resource and referral information; and advocacy support as necessary and appropriate.
Accommodations for individuals who are not current students must meet the same standards regarding documentation, but are provided by the Disability Services office. Contact the office at 425.352.5307(voice), 425.352.5303 (TTY), 425.352.5455 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org )
Email and UW NetID
UW Bothell student Email and UW NetID: Once you set up your UW NetID account when you apply, you automatically get a UW email address.; see Communication Responsibilities for more information. As all official UW and Nursing business is transacted through your UW email address, you must set your UW email to forward to your primary email account.
Foreign Study Opportunities
There are many foreign study opportunities available to UW students at all three UW campuses. Here are a few of them:
All UW Bothell students are eligible for the UW Student Health Insurance plan.
Husky Sports at UW Seattle
All UW Bothell students are eligible for Husky sports student tickets. More details are available at the GoHuskies web site.
International Student Services
Support services for International students are available on the Bothell campus.
Library Facilities and Resources
Library Facilities and Resources: The Bothell campus library offers a variety of services and resources on-site as well as providing access to the entire University of Washington library system. Nursing has its own librarian:
Julie Planchon Wolf, Reference & Instruction/Nursing Librarian (425) 352-3452
Access to the Skagit Valley College library is also available; Nursing faculty may put materials on reserve for you to check out. You UW student ID card is what you use for Skagit library borrowing privileges.
Maps of Campus
Parking on Campus
Parking on the UW Bothell Campus:
South Garage, (closest to UW1, UW2 & Library buildings and Bookstore)
South Surface lots (one located on NE 180th St., and one lot south of the South Garage)
North Garage (closest to Cascadia Community College)
Chase House lot (located east of the South Garage)
Student parking locations on the Skagit Valley College are labeled on the campus map. Students must buy a student parking permit at the Cashier's office in Building C once they are added to the Skagit Student Database by the Mount Vernon academic advisor. Parking in the Skagit visitor's lot by current students is not permitted.
Quantitative Skills Center
The Quantitative Skills Center on the UW Bothell campus provides free individual and small group assistance with math and statistics. For BSN students they can help you with your statistics course if they take it at UW Bothell, or help you interpret the statistics you will read in research papers in B NURS 403.
Registering for Classes
Everything you need to know about registering for classes at UW Bothell:
Want to get involved with student organizations or activities? UW Bothell Student Life has all the information about activities on the Bothell campus.
The Writing Center at UW Bothell provides students with individual and small group assistance with their writing free of charge. Assistance is available online or in-person. Physical location on the Bothell campus is UW2 124.