The mission is to advocate for and collaborate with others to support a safe and inclusive campus community where resources will promote equity and social justice for all students, advocate and support students through education, and foster student success to marginalized and underrepresented communities at the University. The Diversity Center is by students and for students.
UW Bothell is committed to supporting our DACA students. Read the messages of support from UW President Ana Mari Cauce and from UW Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh.
We have created a centralized website with all information currently known to UW Bothell. We will update it as new information and resources become available.
Please contact the Director of the Diversity Center, Miguel Macias at 425.352.5030 or email@example.com for further assistance. Read our story about Miguel and learn why the Diversity Center Director position was his calling.
The Diversity Center will host a second location for the Husky Food Pantry while the original Husky Food Pantry is located in Husky Village Community Center.
Student Activism Archive
Student Assistants will be contacting UWB Students and alumni to collect documents, photos, and record narratives of how student voices led to the creation of the Diversity Center.
Naming the Center
Student Assistants will be meeting with UWB Student Clubs to receive feedback on the choices for the official name of the Center
The Diversity Center is by students and for students. The Center will open with student assistants fully integrated into the center to provide the vibrant force of student voice.
The Diversity Center will serve as a “hub” for coordinating student diversity, equity and inclusion efforts across campus and building community. In order to act on the Center’s mission and role, the center will provide meeting space for student clubs, organizations, or student(s) whose mission, purpose, or goals is consistent with the center’s mission and roles.
Provide support, resources, advocacy, programming, and mentoring for minoritized students and those affected by systems of oppression;
Offer educational opportunities to the broader campus about minoritized identities and social justice issues both independently and through partnerships;
Advocate and support institutional transformation in policy and practice toward greater diversity, equity, and liberation.