The HUB offers amenities that enhance campus life, student involvement, and promote the University’s mission and programs.
|Baby Changing Stations|
|The HUB is committed to assisting with the childcare needs of students and all HUB visitors and has Baby Changing Stations installed in certain restrooms.
The HUB has several outdoor bike racks and one bike house for riders to secure their bikes. Bikes are NOT allowed inside the HUB.
|Compost & Recycling|
The HUB is committed to the University’s mission of reducing waste and provides Compost, Recycling, and Trash receptacles throughout all public areas of the HUB, large meeting and event spaces, and in all units & offices. The HUB encourages all HUB visitors and guests to properly dispose of trash and recyclable materials.
|The HUB has one eMedia recycling bin that facilitates disposal of electronic media in a safe and responsible way. The eMedia bin, located on the HUB First floor by the double elevators, may be used to dispose of ink cartridges, batteries, small personal electronics (pagers, pdas, cellphones), and media (cds, dvds, video & audio tapes)|
|Foot Washing Station|
|The HUB has 2 foot washing stations, one each in the men’s and women’s bathrooms on the HUB Basement floor.|
The HUB has 3 freight/service elevators available for back of the house use. Each freight elevator accesses different locations and floors of the HUB including the HUB Loading Dock. An elevator card is required to access and use the freight elevators. Elevator cards may be checked out from the HUB Main Desk with a valid photo ID.
For questions regarding which freight elevator to use, please contact HUB Event Services at 206-543-8191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Gender Neutral Bathroom|
|The HUB has a gender neutral, family-friendly, and disability accessible bathroom on the HUB Third Floor. Please note, all HUB bathrooms are ADA compliant.|
|A Hydration Station is more than just a water fountain. It provides healthier, filtered water. The no-touch water dispenser is great for filling up your personal water container. There are 1-2 hydration stations located on each floor of the HUB. The HUB is committed to reducing plastic bottles in the waste stream.|
Nursing mothers are welcome to utilize the space and lactation services provided in the Commuter Commons in (HUB 141). Access is limited to Commuter Commons service hours.
|The HUB loading dock is located on the east side of the HUB along Stevens Way NE. The dock can accommodate up to 2 semi-trucks (back-in parking) or 4 delivery trucks in separate bays. The loading dock is NOT a parking lot. The loading dock has access to 2 freight elevators.|
Prior to the HUB remodel, students and student organization expressed their desire for the HUB to have a dedicated meditation space. This feedback resulted in the HUB Meditation Room on the HUB Sub-Basement floor (HUB SB-252). Students and RSOs are free to use that space for their meditative or spiritual needs.
There are several microwaves in the HUB available for personal use.
The HUB has 3 passenger elevators for use by all visitors and guests. The dual elevators (closest to the HUB Main Desk) run from the HUB Third floor to the HUB Basement floor. The single elevator (closest to the HUB Lyceum) runs from the HUB Third floor to the HUB Sub-Basement.
|The HUB has lots of study space and power sources for students to study independently or as a group. Each floor in the HUB has tables, couches, & chairs in the public spaces or lounges. Students are welcome to study at the HUB during building hours.|
|There are several vending machines on the HUB Ground floor that provide water, milk products, snacks, and Coca-Cola products. All vending machines accept Husky Cards, dollar bills, and coins. Anyone experiencing difficulties with a machine is encouraged to contact phone number listed on the specific machine. HUB staff cannot resolve mechanical issues or offer refunds for the vending machines.|
Wireless access is provided in all campus buildings, including the HUB. A UWNetID is required to access the internet outside of the UW websites using the “University of Washington” wireless network.
More information: Using Wi-Fi at the UW