Cascadia offers a wide array of services to support students and patrons
The Campus Bookstore carries books for Cascadia classes. You can also buy Cascadia Memorabilia - including mugs, caps, T-shirts, vests, and jackets. Proceeds go to support scholarships and other programs coordinated through the Cascadia Foundation.
Cascadia books and Bookstore services are also available online. Visit UW Bookstore for more info.
Commuter Services provides transportation resources to the campus community, including the providing of parking permits, disability parking assistance, bicycle and pedestrian access, bus route information, and carpool support. Our ultimate goal is reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips to the college campus. As such, campus serves as a hub for Metro, Sound Transit and Community Transit bus services. Visit Cascadia Commuter Services or UWB Commuter Services for more information.
Cascadia College is committed to ensuring it equips its learning resources,students,
staff and faculty with advanced technology.
Cascadia offers a wide range of technology and computing services -- including online access to Washington state's community and technical college resources, enrollment services, classroom and teaching platforms, PC and MAC computer labs, individualized email accounts, multi-media and desktop computers, print services and discounts on software products.
Cascadia Food Services offers a variety of light meals, snacks, coffee and drinks at several locations across
campus - including Stop Watch Cafe, Common Ground, Food for Thought, Subway, and many
vending machines. For additional offerings and information visit UW Bothell Food Services.
The campus does not offer cafeteria or catering services.
The Campus Library supports and enhances teaching, learning, and research at UW Bothell and CCC through the provision of information and resources. As a unit of the University of Washington Libraries this shared resource acquires and manages material and virtual resources, and promotes the creation and use of knowledge in an atmosphere where information and ideas are readily accessible and freely exchanged.
The Cascadia College Mediation Room (CC3-120) is an open space for the Cascadia community to seek quiet time for meditation and reflection.
Meditation Room Guidelines:
- This is a safe space for meditation, prayer, and quiet reflection.
- Please treat this room with respect and care.
- Book room in 15 minute intervals using the sign-in sheet hanging outside near the door.
- This room is reserved Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15-12:50pm for an employee meditation activity. A sign will be posted when the room is in use for this purpose.
- Do not eat, drink, use cell phones, study, or nap in this space; use other spaces on campus to meet those needs. Those using this space for non-meditation/prayer/reflection uses will be asked to move to another space.
For questions, comments, or concerns about this space, contact: Samantha Brown, email@example.com
There is no greater tool than preparedness, no better help to our campus - as individuals or as a community - than making ready before the day goes astray. Through the efforts of the joint-campus Emergency Preparedness Committee, comprised of leaders from both institutions, Cascadia and UWB are dedicated to the ongoing improvement of emergency preparedness for our campus community.
For more information, visit Cascadia's Emergency Preparedness page.
The UWB Security and Campus Safety office provides professional security and campus safety services to Cascadia as well
as the UW Bothell campus. Campus safety involves far more than traffic enforcement.
Their work includes monitoring local and campus crime, coordinating emergency response
and evacuations, and reporting security incidents. In coordination with Emergency
Preparedness coordinators, they develop and implement a comprehensive plan for disaster
preparedness as well as provide information regarding personal health services and
safety issues, such as domestic violence.
Please don't hesitate to request safety escort services, report any suspicious behavior, or suggest ways we can help you feel more secure on campus.