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2017 – 2018 LWTech Student Handbook
Accessibility Parking
Accessibility parking spaces are located on campus, in accordance with ADA Regulations. A valid state accessible parking placard or accessible license plate must be visible when parking. Violations of accessible parking rules may be reported to Campus Public Safety
Visitor Parking
Visitor parking spaces are available to guests, in the west parking lot. Visitors must sign in at the visitor computer located in the West Building at the information desk. Visitor parking spaces are open to general parking after 5 p.m. during the week, and anytime on weekends.
Dental Clinic Parking
A limited number of parking spaces are reserved and available for dental patients, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the North and South Parking Lots. Faculty, staff, and students may park in dental spaces only after 5 p.m. during the week, and anytime on weekends.
Motorcycle Parking
A limited number of motorcycle spaces are located throughout campus. While motorcycles may park in any designated, painted parking space, 4-wheeled vehicles may not park in spaces designated (signed) for motorcycles only.
Electric Vehicle Charging East Building, E199
(425) 739-
Two charging stations are located in the parking lot under the Technology Center building. Please follow the instructions on the vehicle charging station. If you experience any problems, contact Facilities & Operations.
Public Transportation Information
The college is a regular stop on Metro bus route 238. To learn more about your public transportation options contact King County Metro to learn about route changes/closures, accessibility, Ride Share, and Vanpool. Bus schedules are available in front of the college bookstore.
On Campus Lounges, Spaces and Labs
Meditation & Relaxation Room Technology Building, T118 (425) 739-8369
The Associated Student Government, in partnership with Facilities and Operations, has designated Technology Building, T118 as LWTech’s Meditation Room. This is a room allocated for those in need of a quiet space 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 first-come, first-served basis, and only LWTech students, staff, and faculty are eligible to use the room during designated open hours. The room is managed by the RISE Center staff. Any questions or concerns about the Meditation Room can be directed to RISE Center by calling (425) 739-8693 or stopping by the center in East Building, E126.

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