The HUB is open! We will be providing answers to the most frequently asked questions here, but please contact individual offices for more information. 

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Is the HUB open? Are offices operating?

The HUB is open! Reservations are not required for UW students, faculty, staff to visit the HUB. Learn more about visiting the HUB. Please contact individual offices for information about their services and hours.

Who has access to the HUB?

Access is limited to UW students, faculty, staff, and non-UW guests utilizing HUB services and businesses. Learn more about visiting the HUB.

Can I study and attend my remote classes in the HUB?

Yes! The HUB has a wide variety of locations for individual and group study or attending remote classes.

What are the building policies for visiting the HUB?

Along with our normal Building Access & Use Policies and Community Standards, and as a part of our COVID-19 Prevention Plan and Safe Start requirements, we have implemented additional building policies to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff.

Husky Card

  • Have your Husky Card available at all times. HUB staff may ask you to present your Husky Card.
  • Non-UW guests who do not have a Husky Card may access the building to utilize HUB services and businesses. HUB staff may ask you about your purpose for visiting.

Feeling sick? Stay Home!


  • Masks are recommended, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Masks should cover your mouth and nose.

Be Respectful

  • Others may be unable to be vaccinated or their medical conditions put them at higher risk of infection.
  • Others may have different comfort levels with physical distance.

If you are not following building policies for COVID-19 prevention, you may be asked to leave the HUB. The HUB Building Manager on duty has the authority to enforce these policies and deny facility access.

How is the HUB cleaned?

The HUB follows COVID-19 Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection Protocols and uses peroxide-based EPA-registered disinfectants. Our daytime custodial team focuses on high-touch surfaces (door knobs/handles, light switches, counter tops, stair handrails, banisters, and elevator controls). Our evening custodial team conducts a building-wide clean each night.

Is the Information Desk open?

Yes! The Information Desk is open. Stop by the Information Desk (First Floor) or call/email questions and our staff will respond to you as soon as we are able.

Phone: 206-543-8191

Is the Lost & Found operating?

Lost an item?
Browse found items and submit a claim online.

Found an item?
Individual items can be dropped off at the Information Desk during the HUB’s operating hours. Multiple items and department drop offs require a drop-off appointment. The HUB cannot currently accept face masks, face coverings, scarves, or bandannas.

Lost & Found Sale
The Lost & Found Sale is held the first Wednesday of the month from 9:00am-4:00pm at the Information Desk.


Is the HUB open for meetings and events?

The HUB is accepting space reservations for events and meetings. Events must follow our COVID-19 Event Guidelines. All guidelines are subject to change depending on state, local or University policies.

If you have questions, please contact HUB Event & Information Services at

Can I live stream or record events in the HUB?

Any persons wishing to use HUB space to live stream or film content must adhere to Section 14 of the HUB Building Access and Use policy in regards to Photography and Filming.
If you are interested in hosting a hybrid event with livestreaming or videoconferencing, please contact HUB EVIS at

HUB Games

Is HUB Games open? What activities are available?

HUB Games is open at this time for walk-ins or group reservations following current state and University COVID-19 guidelines. Pricing available at, email, or call 206-543-5975.

Available activities

  • Bowling
  • Console Gaming
  • Esports Arena
  • Pool
  • Table Tennis

For more information, visit HUB Games FAQ’s, email, or stop by the HUB Games counter.

Can I access my HUB Games locker? How can I rent a locker?

Locker access is available during specified HUB hours of operation. Learn more about visiting the HUB.

Locker rentals are restricted to UW students, staff, and faculty. Your Husky Card is required at time of rental. Visit the HUB Games counter during HUB Games’ business hours to rent a locker. Bring a padlock or plan to purchase one from HUB Games.

Student Organizations

Are Registered Student Organizations (RSOs), ASUW, and GPSS operating?

RSOs, ASUW, and GPSS are operating! Browse the RSO Directory to check out various student organizations and find your community.

RSOs must register to remain active. Learn more about registering your organization and find session dates, times, and webinar sign-up information on the HUB Trumba calendar.

Is the Student Activities Office providing advising for Registered Student Organizations (RSOs), ASUW, and GPSS?

The Student Activities Office (SAO) continues to provide advising for RSO, ASUW, and GPSS activities. Contact advisors directly, or email

SAO can sponsor, guide, and support on-site event requests that are in compliance with EH&S policy.


Is emergency aid available for students?

Students with urgent financial needs resulting from issues related to income loss, lack of access to appropriate technology, medical issues, housing, etc. can apply for Emergency Aid. Funds are available for undergraduate and graduate students.

How can I help?

Now more than ever, we need each other. We encourage you to engage in your community. Even while physically distancing, you can support UW efforts/students, carefully donate much-needed blood to a blood bank, contribute to your local food bank, buy gift certificates from small businesses, and more. It’s our collective effort that will help us overcome the widespread impact of COVID-19. Learn more at

Contact Information



HUB Games

Student Activities (RSOs, ASUW, GPSS)

Resource Center

HUB Neighbors/Offices