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COVID-19 Updates

The Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)

In accordance with public health guidelines, the ARC is providing a phased re-entry approach with limited hours, capacity, and operations.

  • Forty-one (41) single-use work stations are available.
  • Work stations are on a first come, first served basis.
  • Work stations are oOpen to all Cascadia College and UW Bothell students.

For current spaces available and guidelines & policies of use, visit the ARC Coronavirus page to know what to expect when visiting the ARC.

For questions or feedback, email the ARC at

Activities & Recreation Center Re-entry Video from UW Bothell MMGD on Vimeo.

UW Bothell Buildings

Most UW Bothell classes are being held remotely during autumn quarter.

All students currently enrolled at UW Bothell for the Fall 2020 quarter have access to Founders Hall (UW1), Commons Hall (UW2), Discovery Hall (DISC), and UW Beardslee Building (UWBB). You will need a Husky ID card to access these buildings.

Email the Campus Safety office at or call the non-emergency line at 425-352-5359 with any questions or if you experience issues accessing a building on campus.

If you have not yet been issued a Husky ID card, the Office of Orientation and Transition Programs will be providing you instructions for how to obtain a husky card. Please check your UW email for communications about how to obtain a Husky Card.

Cascadia College Buildings

Cascadia College will run a limited number of lab-based courses on campus during Fall 2020. All other courses and all student and professional services will be offered through remote modalities, with some offices providing limited onā€campus support.

Coming to campus? Visit the Campus Readiness page to learn more before you travel to the Cascadia College campus.

Food Services for Winter 2021