The University of Washington Bothell offers you access to a prestigious, student-centered education in a collaborative learning environment. UW Bothell combines the benefits of small class sizes with the resources of a world-renowned university. Our curriculum emphasizes close student-faculty interactions, collaboration among students, and hands-on learning. Outstanding regional connections present you with unique opportunities for projects, internships and research with leading businesses and organizations. At UW Bothell, you’ll earn your University of Washington degree while building a solid foundation of relevant knowledge, practical skills, and professional preparation.
Students are considered first-years if they have not attended a college or university following the summer after high school graduation (includes students who participated in Running Start, IB, AP, and College in the High School).
Students who have earned college credit following the summer past high school graduation and have not earned a Bachelor’s degree are considered transfer.
International students are those who require an F-1 visa or other non-immigrant visa to study in the U.S.
Individuals who have received a Bachelor’s degree are welcome to apply to one of UW Bothell’s eight graduate programs.
Students who have previously attended UW Bothell, but did not complete their degree program, should complete the returning student application.
Students that have already earned an undergraduate degree and are seeking a second undergraduate degree in a different field of study should apply as a post baccalaureate student.
If you are an Active Military or Veteran student seeking information about admissions, click here.
“UW Bothell campus is like a gold mine. The student population is very diverse and tends to have a lot of work experience to complement their education. The small, more intimate environment at UW Bothell allows us to really concentrate our recruiting efforts and better connect with the students.” – Jeff Hanley, Boeing