Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources
The #1 priority of the University of Washington Bothell is the safety of our students, faculty and staff. While our operations closely align with those on all University of Washington campuses, they will also address the unique needs of our campus community.
The University of Washington's coronavirus webpage is also updated frequently as new information is available.
Coming to campus?
- Masks are required.
- Building hours have changed during remote operations. See building hours.
- There are certain requirements employees must meet before coming to campus. Read the requirements here.
- See these updated child care resources for UW employees.
- Non-instructional events and gatherings must follow applicable restrictions from the state and University, including limits on attendees based on whether the even is indoors or outdoors.
- Stay home if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms. Feel sick or want to be tested? FAQ's from the University of Washington provide instruction on symptoms, testing and more. Read the FAQs.
Read UW Bothell's Coronavirus FAQs
UW Seattle resources
We are dedicated to providing a leading-edge educational experience in a virtual environment. This includes support outside the “classroom.” Find resources that will add to your success, such as technology assistance, tutoring centers, career guidance, counseling services and financial aid.
More on remote learning.
We have learned much after multiple quarters of online instruction and continue to compile resources to assist faculty and other academic staff. Discover the latest in technology, best practices and how civic engagement and community-based learning and research can continue to enrich your students’ remote experiences.
More on remote teaching.
We appreciate the many ways our UW Bothell community has kept each other well by working apart and adhering to guidelines set forth by Gov. Jay Inslee. If you need to come to campus, there are steps to take before going. Learn the latest on back-to-campus plans, get help as you need it and stay connected to campus.
More on remote working.
Health & well-being
We recognize that the confluence of the coronavirus pandemic, civil unrest and economic downturn is challenging and stressful. Turn to our resources to support your health and well-being, including self-care tips, counseling services, remote work setups and coronavirus-related information.
View health and well-being resources.
News & updates
We strive to keep you up-to-date when decisions are made about learning, teaching and working remotely. Refer to these pages to get the information you need — and read stories about what your colleagues and students are doing.
View campus news and updates.
How to help
The UW Bothell community has a long history of caring deeply for our students and for each other. Here are specific ways you can show your support and also get help.
"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence."
— Martin Luther King, Jr.