The Commuter & Transfer Commons (CTC) also arranges events throughout the year to build community among students who live off-campus. We are ready to welcome you to the Husky Union Building in person. Please note, you will need a Husky ID Card to swipe your ID to enter the space.
Mon–Fri: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Hours vary during finals week. Closed during holidays, breaks, and the summer quarter.
Find us in Room 141 of the Husky Union Building. We are on the southwest side of the HUB, past the Lyceum on the 1st floor.
The Commuter and Transfer Commons is facilitated by First Year Programs. For additional information email us email@example.com or contact our MGH Office (206-543-4905)
Keep your lunch cold or heat it up in our kitchenette! For day-use, we have a fridge, microwaves, hot water dispenser and toaster!
Store your heavy books and backpack in our lockers. Space is big enough to fit a bike helmet and/or motorcycle helmet. Lockers are day-use check out only and are offered on a first-come first-serve basis, but commuter and transfer students have priority. HUB offers long-term locker rentals.
This private room has a chair, table, mini-fridge, soft lighting, a hand-washing station, and power adapters. The station provides a clean and private alternative to using a bathroom or other public space. Use of this space is possible on days when the CTC is closed — check in with the HUB front desk for access.
First-Year Networks are groups of incoming students who share common interests or backgrounds. For more information on what networks are offered and how to get involved visit: https://fyp.washington.edu/connect-through-academics/shared-content-programs/first-year-networks/
Learn more about CLUE tutoring during the academic year!
Need a place to study? Join us in our study area where you can use the large mobile white boards for problem solving or group work.
Print your papers before class at our Dawg Prints station. We also have technology rentals such as laptops and phone chargers.
The CTC is open for staff and faculty to hold gatherings. We want the space to continue to be used by students, and we welcome additional opportunities for student engagement.
Learn more about how to reserve the space here.