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Housing and Food Services Central Office, Terry Hall
1045 NE Campus Parkway, Box 355603

Seattle, Washington 98195-5603

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Event Types Welcomed

Adult Social Event | Corporate Social Events | Expo/Competitions | Family Reunion | Professional Meeting/Training/Conference/Retreat | Wedding Ceremony/Reception | Youth Party | Youth Retreat/Camp
Maximum
Meeting:5000
Meeting
Rooms:500
Maximum
Overnight:5000
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About

About University of Washington

The University of Washington, located in Seattle, offers the perfect setting for your next meeting or conference. Here you will find old brick and new “green” buildings set among carefully landscaped grounds—an urban oasis located just minutes from the vibrant downtown of Seattle. Both the campus and surrounding city boast numerous opportunities for exploration and entertainment. Contact us to learn more about our meeting space, dining options, and overnight accommodations.

Did you know... Seattle is nicknamed the “Emerald City” for its lush, year-round greenery. While we do have the frequent precipitation to thank, it’s not always raining—Seattle enjoys an average of 152 sunny days per year, and most of them are during the summer conference season! Come explore the beauty and vast amenities at University of Washington in Seattle!
LOCATION + TRANSPORTATION

Downtown Seattle - 3
Bellevue - 5
Tacoma - 38

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Seattle-Tacoma International - 25 minutes


Taxi | Bus | Subway | Lyft | Uber

CATERING
Seattle area sustainable dining is emphasized throughout our dining facilities. In addition to numerous retail dining options, including a fleet of cutting edge food trucks, we offer an All You Care to eat option as well as catering on campus through award winning Bay Laurel Catering.


Must Use In-House CateringYES
Venue Hosted Alcohol PermittedYES



AMENITIES + UNIQUE EXPERIENCES
Biking
Hiking
Running
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
MEETING + EVENT SPACE CAPACITIES

5000 Attendees


500 Spaces

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Theatre Style 1250 | Classroom Style 720

TECHNOLOGY
University of Washington has free wireless Internet available throughout campus, and high speed Internet connections are either plug-and-play using Ethernet access or wireless in overnight rooms.

Yes


Projector ScreenLCD Projectors

RENTAL POLICIES
Alcohol ConsumptionYES

OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS

5000 Overnight Guests


Our Seattle campus residence halls have single and double occupancy rooms as well as Residence Apartment-style Suites


Shared single-gender, Semi-private, Private

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Accommodations

Accommodations

5000
Total Number of
Overnight Guests


Accommodation Types
| Residence Halls | 300 rooms | 570 beds | floorplan
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Alder Hall features spacious rooms with private bathrooms, configurable furniture, Wi-Fi and Ethernet ports, and plenty of windows to let in natural light. Alder is home to the District Market which includes Husky Grind, a full café as well as Alder Commons, an auditorium for events and programs.
| Residence Halls | 140 rooms | 260 beds | floorplan
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Poplar Hall is one of our newest residence halls in West Campus and is close to classes, shopping and services on The Ave. Poplar Hall features spacious rooms with configurable furniture, a private bathroom, and plenty of windows to let in natural light.
| Residence Halls | 550 rooms | 1000 beds | floorplan

McMahon Hall is located on North Campus with great views of Lake Washington, patios and easy access to the Burke-Gilman Trail. Accommodations are cluster-style: a typical layout has four double rooms clustered around a shared lounge and bathroom.
| Residence Halls | 400 rooms | 800 beds | floorplan
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Haggett Hall

Haggett Hall has lake and mountain views, walk-in closets and spacious floor lounges. Rooms are arranged corridor-style with one bathroom per floor. Every two floors share a lounge with a fireplace and television.
| Residence Halls | 300 rooms | 600 beds | image

The spacious rooms in McCarty Hall are designed to accommodate one or two guests. Rooms are arranged corridor-style with one bathroom per floor. Every two floors share a lounge with a fireplace and television.
| Suite/Apartment Style | 300 rooms | 300 beds | image
Hansee Hall

Hansee Hall has striking Tudor architecture and beautiful common areas, It is warm, welcoming, centrally located. Rooms are designed to accommodate one person. Hansee is made up of four houses: Austin, Blaine, Leary and McKee. Rooms are laid out corridor-style, and the four houses are connected. There are four bathrooms per floor.

Amenities + Unique Experiences

AMENITIES

Amenities
Biking
Biking
Hiking
Hiking
Running
Running
ADA Accessible
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight Accommodations
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors


Event Spaces

Meeting and Event Spaces

Max Capacities
5000
Overall
720
Classroom
Style


Meeting + Event Spaces
| 2803 SQ FT | image
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The Commons foyer

Alder Commons, located in brand new Alder Hall, has four meeting/breakout rooms, a 222-seat auditorium and a foyer area (The Commons) suitable for departmental meetings, banquets, lectures, events and conferences. Located in the core of West Campus, Alder Commons is close to Cultivate and the District Market. The foyer area is perfect for receptions, banquets, and open presentations such as career fairs.
| 2837 SQ FT | image
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222 fixed desktop seats with movie quality projector, surround sound audio, blackout curtains, and outlets throughout.
| 1005 SQ FT | image
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Breakout room off of the Alder Commons. Seats 38 in standard classroom set and has built in A/V capabilities with dry erase and tack board walls. Has removable wall that opens into Commons foyer area to expand the space.
| 821 SQ FT | image
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Alder 105

Small breakout rooms off of Alder Commons. Has built in A/V, dry erase and tack board walls, and natural lighting. Seats 28 in standard classroom set.
| 1227 SQ FT | image
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Largest breakout rooms off of Alder Commons. Has built in A/V, dry erase and tack board walls, and natural lighting. Seats 52 in standard classroom set.
| 5832 SQ FT | image
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The Haggett Cascade Room is large banquet hall that features natural lighting, 2 breakout rooms, and versatile room sets.
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The Rainier Room is a small meeting space with moveable furniture, projection and audio capabilities, and an abundance of natural light. It can serve alone as a conference room for up to 34 guests in its standard classroom set to accommodate small meetings, or be used as a breakout space adjacent from the Haggett Cascade Room.
| 1558 SQ FT | image
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The Olympic Room is a large meeting space with moveable tables and chairs and forest views. It can serve alone as a general meeting space or be used as a breakout space adjacent to the Cascade Room.
| 1108 SQ FT | image
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Tucked away next to the McMahon Hall restaurant, this space is perfect for meetings or banquets. Equipped with A/V capabilities and natural light.
| 364 SQ FT | image
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The Glass Room is located on the main level of McMahon Hall. It is the perfect setting for board meetings or staff gatherings. This room features a whiteboard, outlets and Ethernet ports. It is conveniently located above The 8 dining facility for easy access to an array of delicious entrées.
| 515 SQ FT | image
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Poplar 105 is a small meeting room adjacent to the Poplar 106 meeting room and equipped with a projector and audio system with a laptop hookup. The moveable chairs and desks make this room perfect for any type of event or meeting.
| 730 SQ FT | image
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Poplar 106 is a small meeting room adjacent to the Poplar 105 meeting room and across from the Poplar 107 meeting room. This room is equipped with a projector and audio system with a laptop hookup. Moveable chairs and desks make this room perfect for any type of meeting or event.
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230 seat auditorium with installed equipment including podium with fixed gooseneck microphone, choice of handheld or lapel wireless microphone, desktop computer, (1) 16mm film projector.
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440 Fixed seating; Seats with tablet arms in tiered rows.Installed equipment includes podium with fixed gooseneck microphone, choice of handheld or lapel wireless microphone, desktop computer, (1) 16mm film projector.
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720 fixed seats. Double-width screen viewable by ground level and balcony. Seats with tablet arms in tiered rows. Installed equipment includes podium with fixed gooseneck microphone, choice of handheld or lapel wireless microphone, desktop computer, (1) 16mm film projector. Includes Wi-Fi connectivity.

Food + Beverage

Food + Beverage

Availability
YES
YES


Catering
Seattle area sustainable dining is emphasized throughout our dining facilities. In addition to numerous retail dining options, including a fleet of cutting edge food trucks, we offer an All You Care to eat option as well as catering on campus through award winning Bay Laurel Catering.
Dining Options
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The 8 is a collection of dining destinations under one roof with cozy booths and great views of Lake Washington: Broiler Zone, a gourmet burger concept; Wild Greens, a deli and salad bar; award-winning Pagliacci Pizza; Abundo, which offers a rotating menu of regional and international dishes, a pasta bar and satisfying breakfasts; and Joe Haus, an espresso bar with homemade desserts. Meals are presented in an All-You-Care-to-Eat (AYCE) style.
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Serving one of the "Best Burgers Around Puget Sound", Cultivate is a special destination for guests who want to experience full-service dining with a nod to locally-sourced fresh food and a community feel. The menu celebrates new discoveries and memories of food, and features a Pacific Northwest twist on regional comforts. Features a small private dining area for groups and events. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
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UW Street Food is a collection of UW food trucks created to bring the authentic, affordable and tasty street food experience to campus. Look for them on Red Square. Trucks include Motosurf, tasty bites of Hawaiian, Korean and Pacific island street foods, Red Square BBQ & Hot Dawgs, and Signos serving street tacos.
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District Market is a neighborhood market with fresh produce, meats and seafood, groceries, breads and baked goods, a full-service deli with chef-prepared side dishes, salads and entrées, and a rotating menu of hot foods ready to take home and eat. District Market also includes Husky Grind, a full café with espresso and desserts, and both internal seating and a convenient walk-up window for street access.

Location

Location + Transportation

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Nearby Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International - 25 minutes
Nearby Cities
Downtown Seattle - 3 miles | Bellevue - 5 miles | Tacoma - 38
Transportation + Parking
Taxi
Bus
Subway
Lyft
Uber

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions
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Since its founding in 1927, the Henry Art Gallery has served the Pacific Northwest as a pioneer in bringing contemporary art and ideas to the region. The Henry Art Gallery is located on campus.
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Dinosaurs, fossils, Native American masks, Asian cultural costumes, bugs and birds! Get the inside story on Washington State natural history and Northwest Native American culture. Check out state-of-the-art exhibits on subjects ranging from fossils to wildlife photography right on campus.
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Come visit the Woodland Park Zoo! Woodland Park Zoo exhibits nearly 1,100 animals representing almost 300 different animal species—from tiny insects to the largest land mammal on the planet, the African elephant. Only fifteen minuets from campus.
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Visit the Seattle Aquarium & See playful otters, incredible octopus, flashy fish, and other amazing sea creatures in award-winning exhibits. Touch live sea stars, urchins and more in the Life on the Edge exhibit where you experience Washington's wild outer coast and Seattle's inland seas.
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Seattle is home to many professional sports teams, from the Seattle Seahawks, the Seattle Sounders, to the Seattle Mariners. Spend a day enjoying CenturyLink Field, the Guinness World Record book's loudest stadium!
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You haven't seen Seattle until you've seen it from a Duck! Travelers of all ages love Ride the Ducks! Our hilarious, Coast Guard-certified maritime Captains will take you on a fun-filled, musical tour of the Emerald City. Amphibious World War II vehicles will show you Seattle from both land and water!
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History with humor. Walk below Pioneer Square sidewalks, past abandoned 1890's storefronts, with exceptional tour guides telling tales of Seattle's frontier past. Learn how our Founding Fathers' squabbling let to Seattle's complicated street system, and how the solutions to our plumbing problems affected the town's elevation. You'll hear the first part of the tour seated in Doc Maynard's, a restored 1890's public house.
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You are invited to enjoy a intimate, lively, personal guided tours with Chinatown Discovery that is true to the daily cultural life of the Asian Community. The tour covers the history, traditions and customs of Asians highlighting aspects of Seattle's current Chinatown community
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Located a 5 minute walk from UW campus, University Village is an open-air lifestyle shopping center which offers a unique formula of locally-owned boutiques and signature national retailers. U Village is a regional destination for home furnishings, popular fashions and unique gift items with a distinct collection of restaurants and eateries.

Services

Services

Services

The ASUW Bike Shop is located on the first floor of the Husky Union Building and is open during the summer months while UW classes are in session. Visit their website at: http://bike.asuw.org/.

Located on the ground floor of the Husky Union Building, Scissor's Edge is a full salon that offers services that range from a standard cut and color to intensive conditioning treatments and perms. Visit their website at http://scissorsedgeuw.com/services.htm, or make an appointment by calling 206.543.5984 .

Our professional staff is available to provide you with a variety of conference registration services. We feature two packages, Purple Standard and Gold Standard, to provide optimum service to you and your registrants. We'll work with you to customize a plan that fits the needs of your conference!

The UW Conference Management team will provide the professional support you need to organize and present conferences, workshops, symposia and institutes. Their team is eager to manage all the details and to simplify your role as host. They provide the knowledge, experience, and resources necessary to ensure a successful conference. Visit their website at: http://depts.washington.edu/uwconf/.

Classroom Technology and Events (CTE) provides comprehensive media support and services to students, faculty and staff at the University of Washington, and Conference organizers. Conference Services will be happy to assist in ordering audio-visual equipment on behalf of the Conference. However, the Conference takes full responsibility for the equipment once on site. Equipment insurance can be purchased as a safeguard against theft, vandalism and loss. Contact CTE at: http://www.css.washington.edu/.

The UW IMA, the campus fitness facility, has a broad range of services available for a nominal fee per use, such as an indoor pool, cardio center, and weight rooms.

Public transportation runs directly through UW Campus, connecting you with every neighborhood in Seattle and surrounding cities such as Redmond, Tacoma, and Bellevue.

Technology

Technology

Equipment Available On-Site
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors

Description
University of Washington has free wireless Internet available throughout campus, and high speed Internet connections are either plug-and-play using Ethernet access or wireless in overnight rooms.
Technology

Portable floor lectern with light and built-in sound system, Seville Portable PA system with lectern and microphone Sound/PA system Wireless Handheld Microphones Wireless Lapel Microphones Tabletop/Handheld Microphones Laser Pointer | Laser Pen

Overhead projector with pens with AV cart Slide Projector with carousel and AV cart Data projector [mac or pc laptop may be requested] VHS video player with color monitor with cart VHS video player with dual monitors with cart DVD/VHS video player with color monitor with cart DVD/VHS video player with color dual monitors with cart Projection Screen - 9' x 12' Projection Screen - 70" x 70"

AV cart 26", 34", 42" Poster Easel Presentation Easel (flip chart) with paper pad and pens Chalkboard in 316 or in addition to whiteboard in meeting room Floor lectern with light Table top lectern Sign standard Wooden pointer Telephone Telephone Ethernet connection

Testimonials

Testimonials


"The food selection is extraordinary!"

"I have never stopped advertising your campus to my friends who are all eager to spend next summer there. More French people coming!"

"The Chinese judges are happy with their accommodations and so is everyone else. This is wonderful to be able to use the new dorms!"

"I wanted to let you know how outstanding the students were who manned the front desk during my stay. They were so polite and helpful and went above and beyond to help in every situation."





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