Student resources

Student resources 

In compliance with Governor Jay Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" mandate, UW Bothell has moved to restricted operations. All UW Bothell classes are being offered remotely for spring quarter.  All student services are being offered online.  Only staff and faculty who have been designated as critical should be on campus. 

Below you will find a list of resources and services available to students from UW Bothell and the University of Washington. Updated 4/30/20 4:30 p.m.


Academic services & advising

  • Academic advising: All academic advising offices will offer remote advising options. Students can see availability and schedule appointments with their academic adviser through Navigate. Students unable to locate their advisor in Navigate, should visit the UW Bothell Advising page and click through to their school information to find phone numbers, emails, and other contact options.
  • Math & writing help: 
    • Quantitative Skills Center (QSC): Get assistance with any courses involving numbers. 
    • Writing and Communication Center (WaCC):  Brainstorm with peer consultants at any stage of a writing project.
    • Both the Writing and Communication Center as well as the Quantitative Skills Center are providing services remotely. Visit their respective webpages to see more information and schedule appointments.
  • Student Success Center: The Student Success Center (SSC) connects students to services that enhance high-impact learning. All SSC services have moved to online appointments and services. See availability and make appointments at
  • Office of the Registrar: The Office of the Registrar is offering all services remoting. Visit the Office of the Registrar’s website for more information and to make appointments. You can also send them an email at
  • Admissions Office: The Admissions Office is offering students appointments by telephone or the Zoom teleconference platform only at this time. For more information, please visit their website, call 425.352.5000 or email

Financial assistance & emergency funding

The Office of Financial Aid is providing all services remotely. Please see their website for more information.  Below you will find coronavirus-specific resources regarding financial assistance during this time of crisis:

Food & wellness

Housing & Residential Life

  • Residential Life will continue to be open. Students may collect packages from the Husky Village Community Center and reach the RA on duty 24/7. Meetings with Residential Life staff may take place over the phone or via Zoom. 
  • UW Student Legal Services: available to assist UW Bothell students with a variety of cases including landlord/tenant.

Student services

  • Career Services: Worried about job prospects? Career Services is offering virtual support for resume and career advice. Please visit their website for more information and to make an appointment.
  • Center for International Education (CIE): Visa questions? Meet with your International Student Advisor at CIE. The Center for International Education is now operating virtually. Please email or call 425-352-3876 to reach the CIE office. If you need an original I-20 for work authorization or travel signature, please contact Jen Kim directly at to arrange for that.
  • Disability Resources for Students (DRS): If you're experiencing barriers that limit full participation in your courses, meet with a DRS counselor to explore the possible accommodations and services that might be available. The DRS office will be available through virtual appointments only. Schedule appointments online at
  • Division of Student Affairs: The Division of Student Affairs collaborates with students in providing services and opportunities which fosters student engagement, holistic well-being, personal and professional development, leadership, and experiential learning. Please visit their website for more information.
  • Financial Aid: Changes in your financial situation? The Financial Aid office is working virtually and is here to help you. You can also send them an email or visit the financial aid website for more information.
  • UW Bothell Library: While the UW Bothell / Cascadia College Campus Library building is not open to the public, Library staff are working remotely and are available to help students. Visit the Library’s Online Learning Support page for current information. Library services include a 24/7 real-time, online question servicefor immediate research help.
  • Study Abroad: Study Abroad services will be available through virtual appointments only. Schedule appointments via email at or online at
  • Student Diversity Center: The Student Diversity Center center serves as a “hub” for coordinating student diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts across campus and ultimately building community. The SDC has moved all operations online. Email the Diversity Center at or go to the Diversity Center website. Note that the Husky Pantry in UW-1 is closed but the location in Husky Village is open.
  • Veteran’s Services: Connect to see what changes are on the horizon for veterans. Veterans Services will be available through virtual appointments only. Schedule appointments online at
  • Office of Community-Based Learning and Research: Ways to help and stay civically engaged in the time of the Coronavirus.

Other Student-serving UW Bothell Offices

  • Commuter Services: The Commuter Services office is working virtually from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri. For more information, call 425.352.3369 or email
  • Cashiers Office: now operating virtually and staff are available Mon – Fri. 8a.m. to 4p.m. through email at or by phone at 425-352-3246 option 0.

Technology & online learning

Please note: the UW Bothell IT Helpdesk is closed to in-person services. The best way to reach them is: The Open Learning Lab (UW2-140) and the Digital Media Lab are closed throughout spring quarter.

University-wide resources