HUB 103

Bike Shop | asuwbike@uw.edu | 543-2742

HUB Suite 121

Administration | 543-1780
Board of Directors | asuw@uw.edu | 543-1780
Elections Administration | asuwvote@uw.edu | 685-7197
Finance & Budget | asuwfb@uw.edu | 543-4238
Government Relations | asuwogr@uw.edu | 221-2061
Personnel | asuwpd@uw.edu | 685-7085
Student Senate | asuwsen@uw.edu | 543-1782
Volunteer Opportunities | asuwovop@uw.edu | 685-7197

HUB Suite 131

American Indian Student Commission | American Indian Student Commission | 685-4147
Arts & Entertainment | asuwarts@uw.edu | 543-7663
Asian Student Commission | asuwasc@uw.edu | 685-1908
Black Student Commission asuwbsc@uw.edu | 543-9242
Latinx Student Commission | asuwlsc@uw.edu | 543-9244
Middle Eastern Student Commission | asuwmesc@uw.edu | 543-3329
Office of Communications | asuwbdcm@uw.edu | 685-7152
Pacific Islander Student Commission | asuwpisc@uw.edu | 221-6318
Queer Student Commission | asuwqsc@uw.edu | 685-4252
Rainy Dawg Radio | asuwrdgm@uw.edu | 685-0890
Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Awareness (SARVA) | asuwdsa@uw.edu | 543-4238
Student Disability Commission asuwswdc@uw.edu | 616-0948
Student Food Cooperative | asuwsfc@uw.edu | 543-8997
Student Health Consortium| asuwshc@uw.edu | 616-0892
UW Leaders | asuwlead@uw.edu | 543-1781
Womxn’s Action Commission | asuwomn@uw.edu | 543-1817

The Associated Students of the University of Washington is the democratic voice of students that engages the campus community through programming, services, and advocacy. ASUW strives to enrich student life and develop future leaders. ASUW is composed of 25 units, including entities, enterprises, commissions, programs, and committees. Operating with a budget of approximately one million dollars, 72 employees and over 500 volunteers work to serve students and improve student life.

Some of the services provided by the ASUW include Arts & Entertainment and Bike Shop. ASUW also provides funding each year for allocation to registered student organizations (RSOs) for their event programming needs.

In addition to services and event funding, the ASUW advocates on students’ behalf by sitting on University and faculty committees, lobbying state and national lawmakers, and working closely with faculty, administration and community leaders.

Updated: December 22, 2020