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It can be overwhelming on a large campus to locate resources to support your health and wellness, particularly in times of uncertainty and change. The resources below are meant to point you to specific campus resources for community-building, mental health and safety.
If you are experiencing fear, harassment or violence on or off campus, report it and find safety.
If you experience unsafety or fear in the libraries, please don't hesitate to approach any staff member and we will work with you to find safety for you and take appropriate actions.
Free, drop-in informal conversations for students with experienced counselors, many of whom are bilingual (Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Spanish). Talking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions and information about other resources. This service operates Sept - June.
Located in Polar Hall 210, 1311 NE 41st St., allows UW students, staff, and faculty to shop for nonperishable groceries and select fresh produce. Anyone with a Husky ID is eligible to receive support. Please bring your own bag. Check website for hours.
3931 Brooklyn Ave NE. Offers a variety of wellness and culturally-relevant resources. This 25,000 square foot facility provides study and meeting spaces for students and groups, a computer lab, cultural conference rooms, multipurpose rooms, a dance studio, a social justice library, a wellness room, our Leadership without Borders center, and a wonderful and welcoming staff of professional and student workers.
The purpose of this web site is to centralize the Native-focused resources available on the University of Washington’s campus in Seattle. The University can be a challenging environment for those coming from American Indian/Alaska Native communities and difficult to navigate for anyone who is new to the campus.This center provides guidance for students to find the academic, social, and cultural support systems available to them. This site is dedicated to serving those needs of American Indian/Alaska Native students, staff, faculty and communities.