How will you know if there is an emergency or disruption on campus? From text and email alerts to our internal public address system, UW Bothell has a number of ways to notify the campus community about incidents when they occur. Please take a moment now to sign up for these text and email alerts via UW Alert.
In the event of an emergency, a leadership team convenes quickly to determine the type of message that should be sent. The team includes representatives from UW Bothell Campus Safety, Administration & Planning, Emergency Management, Marketing & Communications, Facilities, and Cascadia College.
Emergencies and closure information on or near campus can be communicated in a number of ways, including:
UW Bothell campus security can use overhead speakers in UW1, UW2, UW2, LBA, LB1, North Creek, Husky Village (community center), physical plant building, the Conservatory and throughout Cascadia College.
Note: There are not overhead speakers in Beardslee Crossing, Husky Hall, UWBB or Truly/Chase houses.
In the event of a significant emergency or disaster The American Red Cross’ Safe and Well website, www.safeandwell.org, may be used to make family and friends aware of your status.