Below is a comprehensive list of everything ASUWB has been working on this year and in the past. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Student of the Month

Every month of the academic year, you can apply to be considered for Student of the Month! The winner receives a $50 Visa gift card, a shoutout on our social medias, and will attend an end-of-the-year celebration with the other students of the month. You will be evaluated within one or more of the following categories: civility, academic improvement, advocacy and activism, personal achievement, enrichment, and/or leadership.

Student Academic Enhancement Fund

Students traveling for educational purposes can apply for an award of up to $1,500 per individual and $4,500 per group to help fund their travel expenses. You can apply for SAEF funds and learn more about the guidelines below:

Student Discounts

ASUWB has partnered with a number of local and online businesses to promote accessibility and community by providing students with discounts! At physical locations, you can present your Husky Card. Online discount codes are listed below.

  • Alexa’s Cafe – 10% off one item
  • Chaat House – 10% off when you pay with cash
  • Ivar’s Seafood Bar – 10% off your purchase
  • Menchies – 10% off your purchase
  • Sparta’s – 10% off your purchase
  • Taco Del Mar – 10% off purchases $10 or more
  • Teddy’s Bigger Burgers – 10% off your purchase
  • Mass Vision – 10% off your purchase. CODE: EDUCATE
  • Gene Juarez Salon & Spa – 10% off your purchase
  • Cut + Flow Studio – 50% off single yoga and XFormer class drop-ins, 15% off all class packages and memberships. CODE: UWBSTUDENT
  • The Bothell Florist – 10% off your purchase
  • Bespoke Post – 20% off your first purchase. CODE: ASUWB20
  • CanvasPeople – 50% off your purchase. CODE: CANVAS50
  • Day Translations – 10% off your purchase. CODE: uw.edu10%
  • Diamond Studs – 15% off your purchase. CODE: ASUWB15
  • INTRO Travel – 10% off your purchase. CODE: ASUWB
  • JJ Suspenders – 20% off your purchase. CODE: JJSTUDENT
  • LockLizard – 10% off your purchase. CODE: EDUOFF10
  • Lulu’s – $15 off your purchase of $150 or more. CODE: Husky15
  • PaperLust – 20% off birthday invitations, graduation invitations, and announcements. CODE: ASUWBPL10
  • ParkOn – 20% off your purchase. CODE: adventure
  • ProFlowers – 15% off your purchase. CODE: PURPLEGOLD15
  • QualGear – 10% off your purchase. CODE: QGSTUDENT10
  • Tomedes – 10 % off of your purchase. CODE: GIFT2021
  • Zoma – $100 off your purchase. CODE: WIN100
  • – 10% off your purchase. CODE: UWPARK10
  • New York Times Games & Cooking – Free one-year (renewable) subscription available here.

On-Campus Dining

ASUWB has been involved in the improvement and expansion of on-campus dining opportunities over the years, most notably by serving on the Food & Dining Advisory Committee to provide student input on the services offered on campus. With the opening of the Terrace Dining Pavilion, ASUWB is seeking student feedback to inform our priorities as we shift towards a residential campus. We’re also discussing provision of free utensils, religious dietary labeling (halal, kosher, etc.), and more ways to advocate for student dining needs.

Student Senate

ASUWB is looking to re-implement a student senate comprising representatives from all of UW Bothell’s academic schools, veteran population, international students, first-year and pre-major students, residential students, and graduate students for the beginning of the 2024-2025 academic year. Stay tuned for applications to serve as a senator!

Common Hour

In recent years, ASUWB has surveyed UW Bothell faculty, staff, and students to gauge interest in a one-hour daily period during which no classes will be scheduled to allow for clubs to meet, committees to convene, students to socialize, and more. Going into the 2023 – 2024 academic year, we’re looking to capitalize on this momentum by discussing with administration how it can be implemented as early as the 2024 – 2025 academic year.

Improving Campus Safety

As our residential population expands, ASUWB is seeking to improve the presence of campus safety to meet these new demands. We’re pushing for increased lighting throughout campus and along 110th street, modifications to police presence on campus, the installation of surveillance cameras in parking garages, and we’re meeting with student advocates to discuss concerns surrounding the relationship between UWB and Bothell PD.

Involvement with the Washington Student Association (WSA)

Formed in 1982, the WSA is a lobbying group run by and for students, to amplify their voices in the legislative process for the benefit of public higher education. Advocating for students since 1982. ASUWB has been and continues to be deeply involved with the WSA; this year, we attended the Fall General Assembly (pictured above) to confirm the legislative agenda. WSA will convene again in the Spring to continue its advocative work. Our contribution to the agenda was discounted parking passes for student employees.

Business School Advisory Group

Past Initiatives

Holly the Husky

Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)

The ARC, which serves as the the hub of student life on campus and packed with amenities and resources, began as an joint ASUWB and Cascadia Student Life initiative in 2008. In 2010, a resolution authorizing funding for the programming and pre-design was passed. After approval by the UW Board of Regents in 2013, construction began the following spring and was completed in the Fall of 2015. In September 2014, ASUWB and Cascadia Student Life surveyed their respective student bodies for naming ideas, ultimately settling on the Activities and Recreation Center.

Student Diversity Center

The Diversity Center, located in UW-173, was advocated for by ASUWB to serve as a safe space for UW Bothell students and faculty of UW Bothell to form connections and host events, as well a support for students under DACA.