All spring quarter classes at UW Bothell classes will be held remotely. In compliance with state mandate, the campus is on restricted operations. Only faculty and staff identfied as critical should be on campus. Student services and the library are available online, see UW Bothell's coronavirus page for details.
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This is the emergency page for the University of Washington Bothell. During an incident, information will be available here. Cascadia College students, faculty and staff please proceed to the Cascadia College emergency page for campus-specific information.
Starting on Monday, March 9, classes will no longer be meeting in person. For the remainder of the winter quarter, instructors are asked to conduct classes and/or exams remotely, as possible, until the quarter concludes on March 20.
Here are the tools we use to communicate with campus
Suspension decisions should be made prior to the following times, although unanticipated weather or emergency conditions may alter this schedule:
The UW Alert system provides current information on campus closures and delays due to inclement weather and emergency situations. Messages are delivered simultaneously to UW Bothell and Cascadia College. Faculty and staff must "opt-in" to this service -- you won't receive messages if you haven't signed up.
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The kinds of major emergencies or disasters that can impact our university include:
In the event that the Campus Library website is down, our resourceful librarians have developed an alternate Campus Library website that provides access to all the Library’s resources, including UW Libraries Search and journal article databases, Research & Class Guides and the Chat with a Librarian service. This site is only active when the Campus Library’s main website is down.
Emergency backup Library website
UW Seattle Emergency Blog. Updates on campus incidents, resources and useful links.
The University of Washington is monitoring the spread of COVID-19. Get answers to your questions on the University's FAQ page.
Report threats, get advice or a safe escort to your car or office.
A confidential resource for anyone concerned about the well-being of a student. Care Team Page.