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Contact the University of Washington

Important contact information

Seattle campus

Mapping / directions address
1410 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA 98195
Seattle campus maps
Seattle visitor’s center
Transportation services

UW Bothell

Telephone
425-352-5000
Email
uwbinfo@uw.edu
Hotline / campus status
425-352-3333
Public safety
Emergency
Call 911 or Text 911
Non-emergency
425-352-5359
SafeCampus
206-685-7233
uwb-safety@uw.edu
uwb.edu/safety
Mapping / directions address
18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011
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Visit UW Bothell's website

UW Tacoma

Telephone
253-692-4000
800-736-7750
Email
uwtinfo@uw.edu
Public safety
Emergency
Call 911 or Text 911
Non-emergency
253-692-4416
SafeCampus
206-685-7233
uwtsafe@uw.edu
tacoma.uw.edu/fa/safety
Mapping / directions address
1900 Commerce Street
Tacoma, WA 98402-3100
Tacoma campus maps

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Ways to contact the University of Washington

General information

Harborview Medical Center

206-744-3000

325 9th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104

Maps and directions
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UW Medical Center – Montlake

206-598-3300

1959 NE Pacific St.
Seattle, WA 98195

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UW Medical Center – Northwest Hospital

877-694-4677

400 S. 43rd St.
Renton, WA 98055

Maps and directions
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Valley Medical Center

425-690-1000

400 S. 43rd St.
Renton, WA 98055

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Seattle campus

Address format

Name, Title (or student)
Department (or Hall) / University of Washington
Building / Room Number
Box 35XXXX
Street Address (if there is one available; check the online department’s website or ask the person you are sending mail to)
Seattle, WA 98195-XXXX

Each department (or building, such as a residence hall) on the Seattle Campus has its own USPS campus box and ZIP+4 code. If you are sending mail or shipping packages using the USPS, you will use campus box numbers with the format above. If you are using another shipper, use the format above without the campus box number.

The University of Washington, in cooperation with the USPS, uses a six-digit box number format. All UW box numbers begin with 35____. The last four digits are unique to each office and comprise the last four digits of the ZIP code. UW Box numbers for faculty and staff are listed in the UW Faculty/Staff/Student Directory. UW Box numbers for departments are listed in Departmental Box Numbers.

A complete UW Seattle campus ZIP code is 98195 + the last four digits of the box number. For example, the zip code for box number 352700 would be: 98195-2700

The best way to guarantee that you have the correct address is to contact the addressee via email or telephone first and request their address.

UW Bothell

To address postal mail to a person or department, follow this format:

Name, Title
University of Washington Bothell
Department
Box XXXXXX
17927 113th Avenue NE
Bothell, WA 98011

UW Tacoma

To address postal mail to a person or department, follow this format:

Name, Title
University of Washington Tacoma
Department
Box XXXXXX
1900 Commerce Street
Tacoma, WA 98402

At the University of Washington, we are committed to addressing and resolving problems quickly and directly and to stop any inappropriate conduct that may be taking place. The investigation and resolution process time frame will vary based on the circumstances and complexity of the matter and how quickly necessary information can be obtained. environment for all members of our community. If you have concerns regarding the conduct of university employees or believe there has been a violation of the university’s nondiscrimination and non-retaliation policies, we encourage you to make use of the appropriate channels to file a complaint. This section provides resources and guidance to support you in addressing your concerns effectively.

Civil Rights Investigation Office

The Civil Rights Investigation Office investigates complaints that University employees (including faculty and other academic personnel, staff, and student employees) may have violated the University’s policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, and relationship conflict of interest. This includes complaints of discrimination or harassment based on: race, color, or creed; religion; national origin or citizenship status; sex; pregnancy; age; marital status; sexual orientation; gender identity or expression; disability; and veteran status, as well as complaints against employees regarding domestic violence, relationship violence, stalking, sexual assault, retaliation, and relationship conflict of interest. This office also investigates employees alleged to have engaged in conduct that may have violated Title IX regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education.

Please note that faculty, staff and students are also free to pursue state and federal complaint processes (for example, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action.)

http://www.coding168.com/cr-investigations/

Office of the Title IX Coordinator

Office of the Title IX Coordinator investigates complaints that a University student may have engaged in conduct that violates any of the sexual misconduct provisions of the University of Washington’s Student Conduct Code (WAC 478-121), including sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, indecent exposure, relationship violence, stalking, and domestic violence, and retaliation. This office also investigates students alleged to have engaged in conduct that may have violated Title IX regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education.

http://www.coding168.com/titleix/

Ombud

The University of Washington Office of the Ombud serves as a dedicated resource for all members of the UW community, offering information, consultation, and assistance. Collaborating annually with numerous individuals facing challenges, this office provides a secure environment for expressing concerns and devising constructive solutions.

http://www.coding168.com/ombud/

Complaints by non-UW personnel

Patients or family members of UW healthcare entities may report concerns about the quality of care, safety or service to any staff member, member of the medical staff or clinic/unit manager. Patients or family members may also contact the Patient Relations Department listed below to express concerns.

http://www.uwmedicine.org/patient-resources/patient-rights-and-responsibilities/patient-relations

The vision of University of Washington Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative (EOAA) Action is to uphold the laws and respect equal opportunity in the selection and advancement of all qualified applicants and employees within the institution. Job applicants with questions or concerns regarding this process can contact UW EOAA at the link below.

http://ap.coding168.com/eoaa/