Food trucks are coming UWT campus as a pilot program, providing students with more affordable and diverse food options. An ASUWT student committee is carefully selecting food trucks that don't compete with struggling businesses on Pacific Ave and are affordable for students.
ASUWT lobbied for bills that would benefit all students at UWT, with the main focus being Senate Bill 5703, which would expand access to the Washington State College Grant eligibility, providing crucial financial support to students in need.
ASUWT is leading an initiative aimed at establishing preventative measures, transparency of the university's policies and plans in the event of an active shooter situation, and resources for students to connect with after the event.
ASUWT has partnered with the Husky Sustainability Fund and the University Y to launch a quarter-long pilot program providing free menstrual products in select bathrooms inside the University Y. The program aims to gather data with the hope of making the initiative permanent.
ASUWT aims to expand existing programs that benefit student parents in addition to creating on-campus spaces for child care. This article will serve as a living document detailing the progress in meeting that goal.
Part of ASUWT's goals for the 2022-2023 school year is to create community and campus partnerships to provide affordable student housing for University of Washington Tacoma students. This article will serve as a living document detailing the progress in meeting that goal.
In the beginning of October, ASUWT participated in the Fall 2022 Washington Student Association General Assembly. Learn about the Washington Student Association and what ASUWT voted to be part of the organization's legislative agenda.