FAQ

Active Military/Veterans

Active Military/Veterans


Do I need my official military transcripts?

Military transcripts are not required however up to 30 extension credits can be given for military education. If you would like to receive credits for military education, please submit an official transcript with your admission application. Official transcripts are required if you attended Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) or the Defense Language Institute (DLI).

How do I order military transcripts?

To order military transcripts, please see this military transcript resource.

Do I need my medical records for measles immunity verification?

UW Bothell requires proof of measles immunity to register for classes. If you are in the military, be sure to request a copy of your medical records prior to exiting the military. For more information about this requirement, please see the immunization policies. Email the Welcome Desk at info@uwb.edu if you would like a list of local clinics where you can receive a measles titer if you do not have access to your medical records.

Can I meet with an admissions advisor over the phone or by email?

Yes! To set up a phone advising appointment, please call the Welcome Desk at 425-352-5000. To set up an email advising appointment, please email the Welcome Desk at info@uwb.edu. Staff at the Welcome Desk will schedule a meeting with an advisor that can answer your admission questions.

Where can I learn more about Veteran’s benefits at UW Bothell?

To learn more about Veteran’s benefits at UW Bothell including tuition rates and how to use your benefits, please see Veterans Services. Contact current Veteran students through the Student-Veteran’s Association at UW Bothell.

Does UW Bothell offer any classes specifically for veterans or their family members?

Yes.  UW Bothell has designed a class to assist veterans in making a positive transition to UWB and from military life to civilian college life. In particular, the course will aid veterans in navigating the academic, financial, social, physiological, and psychological challenges they may encounter when transitioning to a new school, a demanding college life and civilian careers.  You will be introduced to key resources, opportunities, and people available to you at UW Bothell.  For more information, see Veterans Services.

 

 

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