Students, staff, and faculty of UW Bothell who are registered with Disability Resources for Students (DRS) and may need another person to pick up their library items should contact Library Account Services. Courier cards may be issued for this reason, and will extend only through the time the accommodation is needed.
Students, staff, and faculty of Cascadia College who are registered with Disability Support Services (DSS) and may need another person to pick up their library items should contact Library Account Services. Courier Courier cards may be issued for this reason, and will extend only through the time the accommodation is needed.
The UW is a member of the HathiTrust Print Disabilities Access Service. Through this service, UW affiliated users who have print disabilities can request copies of in-copyright materials in the HathiTrust Digital Library Collection. Send requests to Library Account Services.
Phone: 425-352-5340 (Voice & Relay)
Campus Location: LB1, located in the middle of campus, across from the Bookstore
Mailing Address: UWB/CC Campus Library, 18225 Campus Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011
Comments and suggestions regarding the Accessibility Guide are welcome and can be submitted through the online feedback form*.
*Submissions to the Library’s anonymous feedback form are reviewed by the Director, the Head of Public Services, Head of Collections & Course Support Services, and the Budget & Operations Administrator. Comments are forwarded to other library and campus staff if the content is relevant to their work.
University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College
18225 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011-8245
425-352-5340 (Voice & Relay)
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