The Disability Resources for Students Center provides accommodations, alternative testing, interpreters, note taking, and more to UW Bothell students.
Disability Support Services provides adaptive technologies, alternative testing, note taking, interpreters, and more to Cascadia College students.
The Counseling Center provides numerous services to UW Bothell and Cascadia students. For more information about what is available or to make an appointment, please visit the Counseling Center.
Bilingual services available
Do you need help polishing a resume? Would you like to practice an interview? Do you want to know about transferring to a 4-year institution? You can get assistance with those topics, and so much more by visiting one of the career centers listed below.
Through 1:1 meetings, Academic Success Coaching Program staff work with students in identifying their academic skills and strengths in order to create a foundation for success in college and beyond.
The Quantitative Skills Center (QSC) provides peer-tutoring, equipment check-out, software tutorials, study tips, and more.
The Writing & Communication Center helps UW Bothell students become stronger, more confident writers and communicators through resources, skill assessment, group workshops, online support, and more.
The Bock Learning Center offers Cascadia students peer-tutoring, computer and printing resources, equipment & textbook check-out, and more!
Cascadia students have access to online tutoring in a variety of subjects is available through the Western eTutoring Consortium. For information about tutoring sessions or to become a peer-tutor, contact the Bock Learning Center.
The Language Learning Center assists Cascadia students in becoming more fluent in a new language and culture. Services also include peer-tutoring and conversation practice, study resources, and quarterly sponsored events.
University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College
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Bothell, WA 98011-8245
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