The Division of Student Affairs at the University of Washington Bothell has compiled a list of baby changing, lactation locations, and family friendly spaces on both the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campuses.
Lactation and Baby Changing stations
*The lactation stations are available for use by faculty, staff, and students at UW Bothell and Cascadia College and are accessible through card swipe access. For Cascadia College faculty, staff, and students, please contact Campus Safety for access.
The PAWS Pantry is a basic needs pantry open to UW Bothell students who have children and their families. The pantry is open Monday - Wednesday, 9am to 4pm in UW1-186.
Patnry items available include:
Need something you don't see listed? Email email@example.com with your requests!
Would you like to make a donation? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a drop off time or bring to UW1-186 during pantry times.
Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS)
UW Bothell’s CCAMPIS program’s core mission is to support connections to child care access for parenting students at high quality, accredited, licensed childcare centers, and create sustainable support of parenting students.
Family Friendly Spaces on the UWB/CC campus strive to encourage play and learning alongside parents or guardians. Family Friendly spaces include a mixture of books, toys, and games for children ranging from age 2 to 12. Spaces are NOT intended for long-term daycare; a responsible parent or guardian must accompany children at all times. For more information and guidelines for Family Friendly Spaces, please visit this webpage.
First Floor Study Area
Food For Thought Cafe Seating Area
Founders Hall (UW1)
University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College
18225 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011-8245
425-352-5340 (Voice & Relay)
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