Once an apartment building, now a residence hall, the purchase of Court 17 this past summer ushers in a new era at UW Tacoma.
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The next phase of finding and cleaning up groundwater plumes under our urban campus begins July 27 with the drilling of wells.
UW Tacoma kicks off the renovation of the campus's last unrestored historic warehouse, the Tacoma Paper & Stationery Building.
The University Y Student Center received a National Award of Excellence from the Design-Build Institute of America at its 2015 annual awards ceremony in Denver.
UW Tacoma's steel W weighs 7,000 pounds, is strong enough to survive a hurricane or stop a bus, and owes its existence to a community of supporters.
UW Tacoma has reduced water and energy consumption since 2014, continuing a tradition of sustainability.
A rain garden on UW Tacoma's segment of the Prairie Line Trail treats stormwater from a 42-acre area above campus. Here's how it works.
UW Tacoma's contributions to the city and the region are being recognized with awards for collaboration and partnership.
Seattle has one. Bothell has one. Now Tacoma has the opportunity for its own iconic W statue.