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January CUCAC meeting canceled

The City-University Community Advisory Committee (CUCAC) meeting for January 2023 has been canceled. Discussion is underway regarding the date for the next CUCAC meeting, which will be in late February or March. Please check back for an update.

CUCAC agenda, October 2022

City of Seattle/University of Washington Citizen Advisory Committee (CUCAC)
Meeting #200

Provided here is notification that the CUCAC will hold its next meeting on October 11.

Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM (Pacific Time)

IN-PERSON LOCATION
UW Tower
4333 Brooklyn Ave, 22nd Floor Boardroom
Seattle, WA 98105

The UW Tower is located two blocks from the University of Washington campus in the heart of the U-District on the corner of NE 45th Street & Brooklyn Ave NE, next to the new U District Station.

Upon arrival, in-person attendees will need to sign the UW Tower guestbook at the lobby’s security desk.  If you plan to attend in person, please let us know so we can inform building security.

 

VIRTUAL OPTION

Webinar topic: City/University of Washington Community Advisory Committee (CUCAC) Meeting #199

Date and time: Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 6:30 pm | (UTC-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Meeting Link: https://seattle.webex.com/seattle/j.php?MTID=ma4b59b8c857ad0603fdbf1a1c3a754ad [seattle.webex.com]

Webinar number: 2480 474 5020

Webinar password: zpBp4MDbS78 (97274632 from phones)

Join by phone:
+1-206-207-1700 United States Toll (Seattle)
+1-408-418-9388 United States Toll

Access code: 248 047 45020

Meeting materials:
Agenda and Notice
2022 UW Master Plan Annual Report—Seattle Campus
West Campus Green and Waterfront Trail Concept Implementation Plans
University Housing 4 Properties (UH4)
Joining A WebEx Event for External Users
Joining A WebEx for Mobile App

2023-24 University Housing Assistance Program (UHAP)

Through a partnership between the University of Washington (UW) and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission, a select number of newly hired tenure-track assistant professors and early career tenured/tenure-track associate professors may qualify for assistance with their down payment when buying a home.

This pilot program—called the University Housing Assistance Program or UHAP—is intended to support UW recruitment and retention efforts. Program participants are nominated by their dean/chancellor and selected by the provost. Through a second-mortgage loan, eligible borrowers can receive up to 10% of the home’s sale price (or $90,000, whichever is less) which reduces the amount of cash needed for a down payment.

For more information, including eligibility criteria, please contact your current or prospective dean’s/chancellor’s office.

 

Welcome to Autumn Quarter

The University begins a new academic year on September 28 and welcomes more than 7,200 new students to campus this year, one of the biggest incoming classes in UW history.

In addition to and related to the start of the academic year:

Happy autumn and Go Dawgs!