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We invite you to help us transform the future of health sciences education. Your investment will provide a new state-of-the-art facility for UW students and faculty, advancing the field through interprofessional education and resulting in better patient care and health outcomes.


Gifts of $100,000 or more may be recognized with named spaces in the University of Washington’s new health sciences education building.

The following naming opportunities are available, with the option to honor or memorialize a loved one. Please refer to the floor plans for more information.

Anatomy lab suite (100–150 students) 1 available (Level B) $2 million
Large classroom (140 students) 3 available (Levels 1 and 3) $1.5 million
Medium classroom (60 students) 5 available (Levels 1 and 2) $500,000
Skills lab suite (24 students) 1 available (Level 2) $1 million
Small classroom (20 students) 7 available (Levels B and 4) $250,000
Breakout-group space (8 students) 8 available (Levels B, 1, 2, and 4) $150,000
Grand entryway 1 available (Level 1) $3 million
Outdoor courtyard 1 available (Exterior) $3 million
Outdoor terrace 1 available (Exterior) $1.5 million
Collaboration lobby 1 available (Level G) $1.5 million
Collaboration stair 1 available (Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4) $500,000
Interprofessional education (IPE) student lounge 1 available (Level 3) $500,000
IPE student kitchen 1 available (Level 3) $500,000
IPE library 1 available (Level 3) $500,000
Quiet study area 1 available (Level 4) $500,000
Study pod 7 available (Levels 2 and 4) $100,000

Please note: All naming opportunities are subject to approval by the president of the University of Washington and, in some cases, also by the Board of Regents. Floor plans and naming opportunities are subject to change during the design phase. All images in this document are approximations and subject to change.


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Collaboration Lobby


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Patients deserve the best care we can give them. Creating a new 21st-century building at the University of Washington is critical so that students and faculty can learn and practice integrated, collaborative health care.

From the COVID-19 pandemic to child welfare to health equity — solving issues affecting population health requires training health-care professionals to work together as a team to care for millions of people.

Fifty years ago, the average person was under the care of three health-care professionals. Now, the average healthy person relies on 16 professionals for their overall health care. But as patients’ health-care networks have grown, studies show that 80% of patient safety issues are related to problems in communication. We envision a future where patients benefit from the combined care of seamlessly integrated teams — of dentists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists and social workers.

Integrated patient care is the most important investment we can make for the future of health sciences. A collaborative, team-based approach — for research, education and practice — contributes to more cost-effective outcomes and a healthier public.

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The UW School of Law is one of the nation’s top public law schools and one of the world’s most respected centers for interdisciplinary legal scholarship and study. Our innovative, student-focused learning environment prepares our students to succeed in the evolving legal profession and to go on to be leaders for the global common good.


The UW School of Medicine, renowned for its pioneering research, is recognized as one of the nation’s top medical schools. Its unique community-based medical education program, WWAMI, serves a five-state region and emphasizes training clinicians to serve in rural areas.

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The UW’s current health sciences facilities are outdated, ill-equipped for the new reality created by the COVID-19 pandemic, and unable to accommodate modern technology and teaching methods.

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Expected to open in May 2022, this state-of-the-art new building will enable the UW to transform the future of health care.

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Explore opportunities to support this once-in-a-lifetime project.

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The Washington state Legislature has committed to providing $70 million of this $100 million project. The University is seeking an additional $30 million in private support from community members and foundations.

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