UW Bothell has proudly served 8,000 alumni (and counting) in its 20 year history.
Through the years, these former students have been our greatest advocates and supporters. Here are a few of their reflections through the years, in their own words.
"The wisdom, nurturing, and perspective that I received from all of you will never been forgotten... it has all paid off! ...You not only molded me into a teacher, you made me a better person along the way. Thank you all so much."
-Dean Barnard (T-Cert '06)
"UW Bothell has provided me with great professors offering interesting, small classes that have helped me grow intellectually and personally... The campus is beautiful and provides a peaceful and distraction-free environment for learning. In other words, UW Bothell has provided me with an ideal college experience."
-Caroline Ferrero (IAS '05)
"The caliber of the student body is phenomenal. I learned more from peers than anyone else. Certainly my professors touched me, they're UW Bothell-they're the best, but the way they all valued the experience each one of us brought to the classroom made the journey to the degree a powerful self-reflective odyssey."
-Theresa Tang (Education '05)
"Mere words cannot describe the abundance of knowledge I have gained as a nursing student at UW Bothell. The holistic approach to nursing, with an emphasis on critical thinking, has improved my decision-making ability tremendously and has enabled me to apply what I have learned to my professional setting, as well as to my everyday life. As a result of this program, I am a more confident, knowledgeable, and caring professional."
-Julie Barnett (Nursing '99)
"When I came to UW Bothell I was amazed at how accessible everyone was. My education was greatly enhanced by the one-on-one interaction I received in every class from top-notch professors. Did UW Bothell make a difference in my life? You bet. With my UW Bothell degree I got a job right after graduation."
-Chelsea Knodel (IAS '06)
"The CSS Program has provided me with the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to effectively compete in today's high tech job market."
-Jake Cuong Tran (CSS '00)
"One of the best things about UW Bothell is the superb faculty. My experience (at UW Bothell) has…opened my eyes to a bigger world and given me the tools to choose to do something valuable with my education and my life!"
-Angela Johnson (IAS '06)
"Three words come to mind when I think of my experience in the UW Bothell Nursing program: respect, encouragement, and success!"
-Benone Sterciuc (Nursing '00)
"I am very impressed with the faculty and staff in the CSS Program. They realize that most students are incredibly busy with school and work, make every effort to accommodate our hectic schedules, and are genuinely concerned about our individual achievement. I have been able to fulfill my goals and dreams thanks to UW Bothell."
-Barbara Quenga (CSS '00)
"The individualized help and support I received from faculty and staff is a unique characteristic of this campus. Overall, I found UW Bothell to be a friendly, dynamic and supportive learning environment."
-Jad Kassouf ('04)
"The program provided me with an in-depth understanding of key business concepts, which gave me the courage and confidence to turn my knowledge into action by forming my own corporation."
-DeAndre L. Nixon (Business, '00)
"I came to UW Bothell for its small classes but stayed because the opportunities are huge. I joined student activities and really got a sense of community and belonging."
-Christopher Dwan ('06)
Since graduating from the MAPS program, I have had the opportunity to put many of the concepts and analytical tools to work, and to use valuable facilitation and presentation skills."
-Candria Rauser (MAPS '03)
"The career-oriented approach of the CSS program has provided me with a good combination of theory and practice that has allowed me many opportunities for professional growth and development."
-Camille Scott (CSS '01)
"In my opinion, the UW Bothell MBA Program is synonymous with leadership. It revealed the leadership attributes I needed to develop and enhanced those I had."
-Fernando Neal (MBA, '06)