Student Engagement & Activities

Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved on campus through Student Engagement & Activities events and programs.

Campus Events Board Volunteers

Are you interested in event planning, community-building, music, art, social justice, comedy, photography, or graphic design? Volunteer positions are open for Campus Events Board, the group that sponsors major campus events for all students. If you are looking to connect with other students, build your resume, or become more involved, this position would benefit you! Email for more information.


Club Council provides opportunities for students to get involved on campus. Whether you would like to join a club or create one, Club Council is available to help get your club involvement started. For questions, contact Club Council at

Elections Committee

The Elections Committee is a group of student volunteers that facilitate student government (ASUWB) elections. They recruit candidates, create elections policies, host candidate forums, and encourage the student body to vote. To get involved, contact the Elections Committee Chair at

Facilitations and Dialogues

Discussions on diversity facilitated by the Social Justice Organizers provide students and the campus an opportunity to engage in discussion on themes including race, gender, class, power, privilege, systems, and intersectionality. Our Dine-n-Dialogue series regularly offers students the chance to explore new topics and concepts in a community space over lunch! SJO and SEA staff also consult with campus departments to develop and collaborate on workshops, trainings, and more. Email with questions or ideas.

IDEA Project

IDEA Project is a site (UW1 Room 161) for expression, deliberation, strategic planning, action, and reflection. IDEA Project draws on the many experiences and talents of UW Bothell’s diverse student population to design and implement events, projects, programs, and collaborative initiatives that address issues of student concern. Diversity is understood across all pathways of difference. This project is a collaboration between Student Engagement and Activities and Community Based Learning and Research. Contact Leah Shelton for more information

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Join UW Bothell and Cascadia College in honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) through community service. Volunteers can get involved on different levels, from engaging in service on the day of the event, to chairing an organizing commitee or leading a group of on-site volunteers. Visit the MLK Day website for more information on how to get involved.

Services and Activities Fees (SAF) Committee

SAF is charged to all registered students for the express purpose of funding student services and programs. The level and distribution of the fee is recommended by the SAF Committee, approved by the chancellor, and authorized by the Board of Regents for each academic year. Annual requests must be for programs, services, and activities that will occur between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. If you are interested in getting involved with the SAF Committee, contact

Student Government Committees

Student government (ASUWB) is the official representative voice for all students within the university. They exist to empower students and enhance their experience at UW Bothell. One method they use to accomplish this goal is through supporting and drafting policy that promotes student interests, needs, and welfare. ASUWB has positions on several university committees, and they need your voice. Fill out their interest form or email

Student Technology Fee (STF) Committee

STF committee is a yearly committee of students appointed by the ASUWB. We are responsible for reviewing proposals related to the $42/quarter technology fee that each student pays, and making funding recommendations to ASUWB. Proposals on how the money should be spent can be submitted by any current student, faculty, or staff member of UW Bothell. If you are interested in joining the STF Committee, fill out the committee application form here.

Universal Leadership Conference Planning Team

Volunteering for the Universal Leadership Conference is a wonderful learning experience for students. Through the course of the weekend, you will be a guide to our guests, help host a room for workshops, and even lead one of the civic fellowship experiences! Although it is a large time commitment, volunteering has numerous benefits including: Ability to practice public speaking, participating in civic engagement, an opportunity to meet new people from all over the country, and ability to share ideas with fellow volunteers and participants. To get involved with the ULC Planning Team, contact Sam Al-Khoury at