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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.
Open Lounge Areas
East Building, E128
(425) 739-8314 student.programs@lwtech.edu
The college has designed numerous spaces available to all students for relaxing and gathering. These areas are specifically designed for student groups. Student Programs staff manages many of these areas, if there are problems with these areas please report any issues to E128.
Study Spaces
There are many study spaces either in the rooms or in various campus lounges. Take advantage of them today.
Library Learning Commons
Technology Building, T215 (425) 739-8320
Study rooms for small group study can also be reserved. Computers with internet access and printing capabilities are available to students for completing assignments and accessing online resources.
Safety & Emergency Procedures
Campus Public Safety
LWTech.edu/Safety
East Building, E145 (425) 739-8224 security@lwtech.edu
Campus Public Safety offers a variety of services to students. More information about those services is described below. General safety information and immediate campus emergency response information can be found on the multi-colored emergency flipcharts located throughout the campus. In addition, specific program (classroom) safety information is available from any instructor. Whenever an accident occurs, please notify LWTech Campus Public Safety. Call 911 (cell phones) or 9-911 (on-campus phones) for all criminal or medical emergency responses; then notify Campus Public Safety of the emergency at x8224.
Building Evacuation/Lockdown Process
If an emergency on campus requires the evacuation of a building or buildings, notification to evacuate will be sent via fire alarm, the college-wide P.A. system, Alertus Mass Notification System, or through cell phone texts, e-mails, or phone calls via the college’s subscriber-based emergency notification system (OmniAlert) and the subscriber-based Flashalert.org. In all cases, evacuate calmly to the designated evacuation assembly area for your specific building.
    

















































































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