Parenting Student Resource Program

The Parenting Student Resource Program at UW Bothell is specifically designed to support the needs of students who are parents and uplift them as they complete their degree. We also offer a basic needs pantry, quarterly Child Care Assistance Program awards to help with the cost of child care for parenting students, and information/referral resources through our partnership with the Health and Wellness Resource Center.

New Winter 2024: Parenting Student Resource Program is now a part of the Health and Wellness Resource Center!

Stay tuned for more information! Check out the Health and Wellness Resource Center for more information about resources available to students.

PAWS Parenting Pantry – Open by Appointment Only

The Parenting Student Resource program is now offering basic needs items for UW Bothell students who are parents. Items available include: diapers, formula, bottles, pacifiers, clothing, books, toys, blankets, and more! You may schedule a time by email to come by and browse or pick up items. Email: uwparentingstudents@uw.edu.

Donations

The PAWS Pantry runs solely off of donations. If you are looking to make a gift certificate or physical donation you can do so via the PAWS Pantry Wish List or directly to the Health and Wellness Resource Center, ARC 120. If you’d like to make a monetary donation you can do so via the UW Bothell Advancement donation link. Please make sure to add PAWS Parenting Pantry in the comments line. Funds will be used to purchase specific donation requests, gift cards, and other pantry needs.

If you have questions or need more information, please email us at uwparentingstudents@uw.edu.

Child Care Assistance Program

Child care assistance for UW Bothell parenting students

The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) provides assistance to UW Bothell students in covering the costs of licensed childcare for their children (newborn – 12 years old) while enrolled in an eligible program of study. This award is funded jointly by Services & Activities fees and a federal CCAMPIS Grant through the Department of Education.

To learn more and apply for Child Care Assistance, please see the Application Process web page.