Associated Students of the
University of Washington Bothell
Student Government Spring 2021 Elections
Elections for the student government, Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB), is happening! Spring 2021 Elections will take place completely virtually in order to comply with institutional guidelines put in place in response to COVID-19. Be sure to be following ASUWB's social media pages for updates on elections, positions, voting, and results.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns on how this will take place, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Elections Committee Chair and advisors.
Vote May 10th starting at 9 a.m.
Virtual Voting for the Spring 2021 elections opens Monday, May 10th. For questions about the elections, contact Elections Co-Advisers, Billy Hager-DeMyer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sam Al-Khoury at email@example.com.
Voting opens Monday, May 10th at 9:00am.
ASUWB is Hiring!
IInterested in getting involved on campus and getting paid?
We're looking for student leaders to fill the following non-elected positions for our team. Priority deadline to apply will be May 21, 2021 by 11:59 PM. To learn more and apply, visit the corresponding links for each role.
- Senator of Campus Parternships
- Senator of Student Advocacy
- Legislative Liaison
- Graphic Designer
ASUWB is here for students (even virtually).
A message from your student government during COVID-19:
ASUWB is here to support and advocate for student needs and welfare. During the current pandemic, UW Bothell's student government will strive to provide students resources, opportunities and information to ensure student success. We understand that COVID-19 brings additional challenges to students learning and university experience. We want to know how we can help.
ASUWB will remain available for students through virtual office hours held in the ASUWB Hub and at ASUWB Public Bi-Weekly Meetings on Tuesdays from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. (PST). Please see Meetings & Minutes for Zoom link information and agendas.
Stay updated and share your questions, concerns, comments via email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Instagram and Facebook: @asuwbothell.
Campus Safety Survery for UW Bothell and Cascadia College
UW Bothell and Cascadia College leadership is assessing the safety and security measures that are in place on our shared campus. They are also assessing the pros and cons of renewing the current contract with Bothell PD that provides us with a Campus Resource Officer. You are invited to share your opinions on campus safety to help inform that assessment.
Please share your perspective on campus safety via this anonymous survey:
Go to Campus Safety Survey
The survey will be open until May 23, 2021. The results will be reviewed by the Advisory Council on Campus Safety, and will be used to make recommendations to campus leadership.
ASUW Bothell supports UW divestment from fossil fuels
A resolution originated in the ASUW senate leaderships urging the UW to divest all fossil fuels holdings from its endowment was passed by the ASUW executive team. ASUW Bothell's executive board has since signed in support, and now awaits the resolution to be brought before the UW Board of Regents. To learn more about the call to action for UW to divest from fossil fuels, please read the resolution here.
ASUWB Legislative Agenda
Thank you to students who provided input on which legislative priorities they want to advocate for in the 2021 Legislative Session. ASUWB has finalized the 2020-2021 Legislative Agenda and is available to read here.
SAEF Application is LIVE!
The Student Academic Enhance Fund (SAEF) is now accepting applications for virtual conferences. Students are encouraged to apply via Presence! For more information and to review new guidelines around COVID-19, visit: uwb.edu/asuwb/saef
Get involved and stay updated with UW Bothell via Presence
Presence is the NEW student portal to access all of UW Bothell's student organizations and their events, updates, and opportunities. Go check out ASUWB on Presence and many more student orgs.
Concerned about COVID-19?
Please visit the University of Washington coronavirus FAQ page for up to date information and answers to common questions.
The Washington State Department of Health has also established a call center to address questions. If you have questions about what is happening in Washington state, or what to do if you have symptoms, please call 1-800-525-0127 and press #.