Student Affairs has many opportunities for you to get involved on campus and be a student leader. Click the links below for more information:
ASUWB is the student government on campus that works as a liaison between the administration, faculty, staff, and students to promote student interests.
Elections Board: The Elections Board is a group of student leaders that coordinate and facilitate the operations of the elections. Look for more information about this opportunity during winter quarter.
Elections Policies and Procedures
CEB plans and coordinates a variety of campus events that reflect the diverse interests of the student body. Social, cultural, and educational activities and events are planned throughout the academic year.
Student clubs and organizations are an excellent opportunity for students to connect with others who share a common interest or passion. You can explore the range of clubs currently offered or start your own!
Diversity Programmers educate the campus on differences and similarities between groups and individuals while promoting a welcoming environment. They encourage students to promote acceptance and inclusiveness in their daily lives while becoming global citizens.
Get your vision and feedback heard! Even if you are a freshman, you can have a voice in this school. Freshman Council is a team of freshmen who meet with and express their ideas to the ASUWB on a regular basis. It is a great chance for your student government to get some fresh and new insights.
The HEROs are a new key component added to the University of Washington Bothell to deliver health and wellness programming to students on campus and in housing. The HEROs lead workshops, plan events, and identify student needs around issues such as alcohol, nutrition, physical activity, sexual health, sexual assault, and mental health.
The Husky Herald is the school newspaper that serves the UWB by providing coverage of events and news, via curious and determined, yet truthful and ethical reporting that builds positive relationships with our community.
Recreation Supervisors are responsible for helping to plan Intramural programs, supervising activities, facilities and officials and evaluating officials. This position requires critical thinking skills and outstanding leadership. Recreation Supervisors are able to maintain awareness of potential problems while creating a warm and welcoming environment.
Members of the SAF Committee meet throughout the academic year to review and recommend funding for programs, activities, and services that directly benefit UW Bothell students. The Committee is responsible for the oversight and awarding of approximately $900,000 each year.
University of Washington Bothell’s Sports Officials are responsible for providing an atmosphere of fun in a competitive, yet safe environment. Officials enforce Intramural Activities policies and playing rules in order to maintain an appropriate level of control, fairness and safety. They also maintain a positive attitude on-site and are always striving to improve their officiating skills.
The SPOT Team will represent members of the student body who gather to voice their concerns, opinions, and thoughts on various issues around campus such as hunger, acts of intolerance, and offensive behaviors or actions. The team will promote understanding between different groups on campus while acting as a support group for students, clubs, and organizations.
The STF Committee is a yearly committee of students appointed by the ASUWB. They are responsible for reviewing proposals related to the quarterly technology fee that each student pays and making funding recommendations to ASUWB. Proposals on how the money should be spent can be submitted by any current student, faculty, or staff member of UWB.