Campus Lactation Stations
We offer on-site lactation stations to all nursing or pumping parent attending school or working at UW Bothell. The lactation stations provide a private, secure, clean space for you to express your milk.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act contains a provision related to expressing breast milk at work. We support breastfeeding parents and regard this legislation as recognition of our lactation program.
The University of Washington Bothell has the following locations for Students, Faculty, and Staff to use as a lactation station. The rooms can be reserved via 25Live and are accessible with your husky card.
Founders Hall (UW1), room 128
Commons Hall (UW2), room 336
Husky Hall 1419
Beardslee Crossing (UWBX) 102U
Summit Hall 001F
To reserve the lactation stations follow the instructions below to gain access to UW Bothell’s Space Reservation System 25Live. 25Live is UW’s tri-campus application for reserving rooms and other physical spaces on campus that provides a quick and easy way to check availability and request space all in one place.
- In order to gain access to 25Live and request space, you must first complete the required 25Live training.
- You will only need to complete the required training one time.
- By default, anyone with a UW NetID can view space availability within 25Live. If you only need to view space availability, you are not required to complete the 25Live training. However we strongly encourage you review the Getting Started with 25Live training.
- Check out our 25Live FAQ for more information.
University of Washington Bothell
Cascadia Community College
- UW CareLink, use UW for company code. On landing page click on ‘Parenting’, then select ‘Parenting’ and select ‘New Parents’ and find articles for new parents including a number on breast feeding.
- The Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington find 15 tips to help you transition back to work and much more.
- US Breastfeeding.org Find out more about this new legislation and details for implementation.
- For specific lactation concerns, please contact Meghan Eagen-Torkko, PhD, CNM, ARNP, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies at 206.321.2588 or email@example.com.