Videoconferencing room in Odegaard LibraryThe University of Washington supports videoconferencing to reduce travel and easily connect people remotely. All UW faculty, staff and students have free acess to Zoom Pro, which allows hosting of online meetings with up to 300 participants. Zoom also offers HIPAA-compliant options.

We have also compiled a list of rooms with dedicated spaces and hardware for video conferencing on the University of Washington campuses. 

Seattle campus

Odegaard Library 320 Video Studio

  • Hosted by UW-IT, the Video Studio offers video recording, web conferencing, and media viewing. Use of the room is free of charge for UW Faculty, Staff and Thesis Oral Exam Students.

Health Sciences Building Video Conference Studio

  • The HSB Video Conference Studio is available by reservation and has a capacity of 35 people. Reservation requests are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

UW Medical Center Plaza Cafe

  • The UWMC Plaza Cafe Conference Room A has audio/video conference calling capabilities, including a video conference camera, ceiling mounted projector, microphone and speakers.

School of Public Health Conference Room

UW Bothell

Beardslee Crossing (UWBX) 101A

UW Tacoma

UW Tacoma has several conference and classroom spaces with webcam and videoconferencing capability.

More information

Interested in having a remote speaker for your class or event, but not sure how to do it? We can help! UWIT has a great resource for all questions related to Zoom. However, if you would prefer to have hands on assistance you may reach out to our office.