ALERT: Applications for Fall 2016 are still open! Apply here.
Apply as a First Year Student if any of the following statements describe you:
You plan to enter UW Bothell after the summer of graduating from high school.
You have earned college credits during your time in high school (through Running Start, College in the high school, Tech Prep, AP, and/or IB) and you plan to enter UW Bothell after the summer of graduating (regardless of how many college credits you have earned or will earn).
You have never attended college since leaving high school (regardless of your age).
You should apply as a transfer student only if you have earned college credits after the summer you graduated high school.
Requirements to Apply
Start your journey to become a husky here. Learn about the minimum university requirements, which classes to take in high school, and which test to take in order to be eligible to apply to UW Bothell.
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Homeschooled students bring a myriad of unique qualities to our campus, and we welcome their interest in UW Bothell. The Office of Admissions provides guidelines to assist homeschooled applicants in becoming eligible for admission consideration.
Homeschool students click here
We applaud students who chose advanced coursework as part of their high school curriculum. Advanced Placement (AP) courses, International Baccalaureate (IB) courses, A-Level and AS-Level Exams are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study.
If you took advanced coursework, click here
Learn more about the application process, documents to prepare, what makes a competitive applicant, and how to write a good personal statement.
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This dictionary was prepared by the University of Washington Bothell’s Office of Admissions to provide prospective college students with a better understanding of commonly used terms when searching for and applying to colleges and applying for financial aid. The dictionary is organized into sections that make understanding these terms easier for every step of your journey as you begin your college career.
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