The Research Stockroom, located in 36 Bagley Hall, is a self-service facility that provides stock items for sale in the general categories of chemicals, glassware, lab supplies, hardware, office supplies and cryogens. Purchases may be charged to an active UW budget (or project number for Chemistry accounts). Unfortunately, items cannot be sold to individuals or those outside of the University of Washington. Purchases are made at checkout using your UW NetID, with the cost charged to a valid UW budget number designated on your account.
At this time, the stockroom is open 2:30–4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, except UW holidays. UW critical personnel who do not have keycard access to Bagley Hall should arrive at the loading dock entrance of Bagley Hall between 2:30-4:20 pm and ring the doorbell to be admitted.
To ship packages, contact the stockroom for arrangements. Outbound packages must be processed before noon.
Current items in stock (UW NetID login required)
Establishing An Account
Accounts are managed by Chemistry Purchasing & Accounting staff. To set up a new account or to add a budget to an existing account, please fill out the online Budget Request Form (requires NetID). You will need a valid UW budget number (and/or a Chemistry project number), principal investigator name, department.
Other Important Information
Ethanol sales are limited to Chemistry personnel and budgets ONLY. Sales require a permit and authorized signature.
Customers are NOT allowed to fill from the large liquid nitrogen tanks unless trained and approved. See the Research Storeroom Manager.
All shipping outbound from the Department, regardless of contents, MUST be approved by the Storeroom Manager. For any shipping that includes chemicals, please provide the stockroom Manager with the pertinent MSDS paperwork in addition to the shipping request forms below.
FedEx Shipping Request Form (DOCX) (Word doc 13KB)
UPS Shipping Request Form (DOCX) (Word doc 13KB)
- Lab Gloves – Lab gloves must be removed before entering the Storeroom
- Secondary Containment – Chemicals, purchased in a 2.5 liter or larger container, require the use of an authorized safety carrier or secondary containment as required by Environmental Heath & Safety.
- Cylinders – Empty cylinders require cylinder caps PRIOR to being returned to the cylinder shed
- Safe Start Guidelines - Review and understand the protocols.
Lochlan Hickok, Stockroom Manager
36 Bagley Hall
Seattle, WA 98195-1700