University of Washington Bothell

Division of Student Affairs


Our division collaborates with students in providing services and opportunities which fosters student engagement, holistic well-being, personal and professional development, leadership, and experiential learning.

The 2018-2019 annual report is now available to learn more about the Division of Student Affairs!

Novel (new) Coronavirus and COVID-19 information

Effective March 9, UW Bothell classes will no longer meet in person. Read UW Provost Mark Richard's post.

UW Bothell’s safety website has a campus-specific webpage where you can find regular updates about campus information, resources and plans regarding the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. 

Visit the Student Affairs Department webpages using the menu in the left column for any updated information on hours and appointment options.

The University of Washington is constantly monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and updating the information and resource links available on its Environmental Health & Safety website

The UW’s EH&S website also includes a Frequently Asked Questions webpage where you can find answers to many common questions.


Student Resources


If you are concerned for another student's immediate well being or want to request assistance for yourself, contact the CARE Team for assistance and resources.

Submit a CARE Team report

Title IX

Questions or concerns about domestic or relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking, harassment, review our Title IX policies and resources.

Sexual assault resources

The Bothell Student Times (BS Times)

Campus members can request to have their activity or event posted in the BS Times Bi-weekly. 

Submit a BS Times request


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