Emergency updates from UW Bothell

Preparing for winter weather

Even as we navigate the continuing effects of the pandemic, we must prepare for other hazards, such as winter weather. In the event of a weather or other emergency, a leadership team convenes quickly to determine the appropriate measures needed to keep the campus community safe and secure. The team includes representatives from UW Bothell Planning and Administration, Facilities & Campus Safety, Emergency Management, Student Services and Marketing & Communications, as well as their counterparts from Cascadia College.

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Normal operations resume Friday, Feb. 15

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UW Bothell will resume normal operations on Friday, Feb. 15. There are some areas of campus closed including the ARC, Bookstore, Food for Thought and North Creek Events Center. Campus Way NE at 180th is also closed; the north and south parking garages are open. Husky Hall is open. Please obey barricades on campus. PLEASE READ MORE ...

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Monitoring conditions overnight

UW Bothell leadership is monitoring conditions on campus and will announce a decision about Friday campus operations by 5 a.m. There are still concerns about ice on campus rooftops. With falling rain and temperatures not expected to dip below freezing, we are hopeful conditions will allow us to resume operations.

Please check www.uwb.edu/emergency for updates.

 

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Winter weather & classwork: A note from the vice chancellor

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By now, the relief of having the extra time that a few snow days have provided has perhaps turned to anxiousness as you consider how you and faculty will make up lost class time.  Chancellor Wolf Yeigh has asked faculty to make plans to make up lost class time and to be flexible with students to make up assignments. 

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Suspended operations Feb. 14

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UW Bothell (all locations) will suspend operations on Thursday, Feb. 14. There are still large amounts of snow and ice on campus roofs. As temperatures warm in the middle of the day, these deposits will fall as large sheets of ice, posing serious risk.

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