Meditation Room


  • Meditation Room
  • (425) 739-8100 x8210
  • Kirkland Campus
    Technology Center, T118
  • Hours
    Mon. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Tues. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Wed. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Fri. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Currently, the Meditation Room is closed for use as the college manages the COVID19 response policy. The Meditation Room will open after direction from  college administration.


The LWTech Meditation Room is a designated meditation space for the campus community, located in the Technology Center, T118. The room was established through the partnership between the Associated Student Government and LWTech. The space is dedicated for those in need of a quiet room on campus to engage in meditation, prayer, or silent reflection. It is intended to be a safe and inclusive environment. Usage of the Meditation Room is on a first-come, first-served basis, and only LWTech students, staff, and faculty are eligible to use the room during designated, open hours.

The Meditation Room is managed by the RISE Center. Any questions or concerns about the Meditation Room can be directed to RISE Center staff by calling (425) 739-8210 or stopping by the RISE center in East Building, E128. Additional information may be found in Office of Student Life, East Building, E126, or by calling (425) 739-8314.

Key Card Access

Access to the Meditation Room requires the use of a Meditation Room key card. Individuals request a card from using the link below.

After the processing the form, individuals will receive an email telling them when their card is ready for pick up in . If individuals cannot pick up their cards during normal business hours, please note that in a response email and RISE staff will have campus security hold the card for pick up instead.

Meditation Room key cards are for use only during the quarter in which they are issued. Cards are due back by the end of the first week of the following quarter. Failure to return the key card by the due date will result in a $10 dollar fine. 

To report lost or stolen Meditation Room key cards, please contact the RISE Center or Campus Public Safety as soon as possible. 

Meditation Room Use Guidelines

  • The room is available for use by individuals—not for organized group gatherings or meetings.
  • Different individuals may use the room at the same time. Silence and mutual respect are expected. We ask you be sensitive to the concerns/needs of others using the space.
  • Please return all items to original locations within the space (cushions, furniture, resource materials, etc.).
  • The room is not to be used for napping, sleeping, or completing school work.
  • Please leave the room as you found it prior to your use.
  • The posting of signs, displays, or other materials outside or inside the room is strictly prohibited; unless approved by RISE Center staff.
  • Key cards are to be used only by those who requested them. They are not to be loaned to others for room usage.
  • Music may only be listened to through earphones with a musical device (e.g., iPods, MP3 players, etc.) or cell phone and must not be so loud that others can hear it. If you utilize videos for meditation, prayer, or reflection, those must be played on personal devices and any sound may only be listened to through earphones.
  • Cell phones must be turned off or be on silent mode while in the Meditation Room.
  • Food and beverages; with the exception of water in a contained bottle.
  • Candles, burning oils, incense or any other flammable items.
  • Printed materials left in the space, without permission from the RISE Center.

Failure to comply with the Meditation Room guidelines or repeated misuse of the space may result in disciplinary action and limited or restricted use of the space. 

If you observe any person or activity in the Meditation Room that is inappropriate to the purpose of the space, you are strongly encouraged to contact LWTech Campus Public Safety at (425) 739-8224 and report the activity. If the person or activity observed poses an immediate threat or danger to others or the facility, find safety and call 911, then call LWTech Campus Public Safety.

LWTech is committed to maintaining a campus environment free of discrimination and harassment. Therefore, the college will not tolerate discriminatory or harassing behavior by or against students, employees, faculty members, visitors, or other persons participating in any college program or activity. To report an issue of discrimination or harassment related to your use of the Meditation Room, please contact Campus Public Safety or file an online report.