The Government and Community Relations office works with ASUWB and our role is to help students understand the legislative process. We assist in setting up meetings in Olympia with Legislators, we prepare students for those meetings by providing examples of questions they might encounter while there and assist in crafting their responses. We work closely with the ASUWB Director of Government Relations.
This position is currently held by Tai Yang. Her responsibilities for this position include; to represent and advocate for the needs of the entire University of Washington Bothell student body, serve as a legislative liaison working with the University of Washington Bothell Government & Community Relations staff, Washington Student Association (WSA), University of Washington Seattle and Tacoma student governments, and others. Meet regularly with the Government and Community Relations office, and serve as the legislative liaison for state and federal matters by regularly meeting, corresponding, and building relationships with local and state representatives.
Visit the UW Bothell Student Government's main page.
UW Bothell's average undergraduate class size is 27, and its average graduate class size is 17.
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