Nothing stops the Husky experience
Updated: January 25, 2021
Despite the pandemic, all of the services you count on to succeed are available in-person and remotely. We've tried to anticipate most of your questions on this page, but always reach out to your advisor or department with specific questions.
Most instruction at UW Bothell will be held remotely during spring quarter. Read the message about spring quarter from Chancellor Wolf Yeigh.
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Coming to campus?
Updated: January 25, 2021
The UW Bothell campus is your campus. When you visit, please take these actions to protect yourself and your pack.
- Wear a mask when on campus.
- Follow hygiene protocols and physical distancing protocols outlined in the Husky Pack pledge.
- Bring your Husky card, which you need to gain access to buildings. Get a Husky card.
- If you feel sick, stay home. Notify your health provider if you have symptoms. If you are enrolled in the Husky Coronavirus Testing program, report your symptoms in the daily symptom survey and you will receive testing instructions. Enroll in the Husky Coronavirus Testing program.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remote class & coursework support
Almost all of our offices and services are available on campus and/or remotely. Check below to find out how to access student services and assistance. This section will be updated frequently.
Additional Student Services
Many of our student service offices are conducting work and appointments remotely, but they are still here to support you!
Food & housing
We recognize there are difficult and extenuating circumstances for students who cannot leave campus or do not have another place to go. UW Bothell will provide you the help you need to stay safe and secure and to continue with your academic work.
We know there are financial hardships due to the transition to remote learning. Just as we seek to protect the most vulnerable populations from coronavirus, we seek to protect those most financially vulnerable from these extraordinary shifts.
Health & well-being
For more information about health and coronavirus prevention, as well as tips for an ergonomic study/work space set up, see our health and well-being page, and UW Seattle's FAQ regarding COVID-19.
For student help visit the "learn anywhere" website. Information Technologies can help provide resources such as laptops and wireless hotspots, along with software. Questions? Contact the UW Bothell IT Helpdesk.
Although this moment is marked with uncertainty about our immediate future and many are fearful about the spread of COVID-19, this ambiguity and fear are not an excuse for racism and xenophobia towards any member of our community.
If you experience or witness a bias incident, please report it to the UW Bothell Bias Reporting System.
UW Bothell bias report form
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