Visit The Campus

UW Bothell Campus Visit

Interested in learning more about the opportunities available at UW Bothell? Register below for a UW Bothell Campus Visit! Your visit will include a brief Information Session, led by an Admissions Advisor, and a Campus Tour, led by a current student.

During the Information Session, you will learn about the academic programs and student support services available at UW Bothell as well as our application and holistic review processes. Our Admissions Advisors are available to answer any questions you may have about applying to our campus and are available for additional assistance after the tour.

After the Information Session, you will partake in a walking tour of campus where you will get to see our classrooms, labs, student life facilities, housing and more! All tours are led by current students who will provide you with an “insiders” point of view and are happy to answer any questions you may have about being a UW Bothell student.

Campus Visits are offered Monday - Friday at 3:00 p.m. (except holidays), starting at the Welcome Center in Husky Hall at 10909 NE 185th St., Bothell, WA 98011.
Questions? Please contact us at or (425) 352-5000.

Can't make it to campus? Check out our virtual tour!

Meet with an Advisor

Prospective students are encouraged to set up an appointment with a UW Bothell Admissions Advisor to learn more about our campus, admission requirements and the application process.

Admissions Advisors are available for in-person or phone appointments M-F from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Please contact us at (425) 352-5000 or to schedule an appointment.

We look forward to answering your questions and assisting you through the application process!

Previous 2013-2014 Events

Senior Application Day

Senior Application Day

Senior Application Day is dedicated to high school seniors from underrepresented backgrounds. Students apply to UW Bothell with assistance from Admissions Advisors to walk through the first-year application process from start to submit. The day includes ice breakers, a campus tour, a student panel, financial aid information, and help completing the UWB application! Students attending must have a minimum 2.0 GPA, a completed activities log, and personal statement.

B.O.L.D. (Black Opportunity and Leadership Day)


B.O.L.D. is an interactive and educational event, which emphasizes the importance of pursing higher education.  The event is committed to empowering and preparing African and African American students. Students will participate in cultural and educational workshops that will not only motivate them to pursue their academic interests but will prepare them to apply for college.

For more information contact Sacha Nunn

P.I.P.E. (Pacific Islanders Pursing Education)

P.I.P.E. is dedicated to providing high school students of Pacific Islander background with foundational resources necessary in pursuing higher education. Students will have the exciting opportunity to engage with current UW Bothell students, participate in cultural and educational workshops aimed towards preparing students for the college planning process, and tour the campus.

For more information contact Muriel Montenegro

D.A.L.E. (Día de Avanzando Latinos en Educación)

D.A.L.E. is dedicated to the advancement of first-generation Latinos and underrepresented students in higher education. D.A.L.E. will provide students with a better understanding of what to expect at a four-year institution and to be better prepared for the college admissions process. Students will participate in ice breakers, a campus tour, workshops, and interact with current UW Bothell students.

For more information contact Ray Corona

College Awareness Day

College Application Day

College Awareness Day is designed to reach first-generation and historically underrepresented high school students. The event is intended to better prepare students for a post-high school education by taking them through the admissions process while experiencing what it is like to be a UW Bothell student.  Interactive ice breakers, a campus tour, financial aid information, and a student panel are included in the event.

For more information contact Sacha Nunn

R.A.I.N. (Reaching American Indian Nations)

R.A.I.N. is an event dedicated to American Indian and Alaskan Native high school students. Students will learn about higher education opportunities, campus programs and participate in cultural and educational workshops. In order to provide students with a better understanding of college life and the importance of education to the individual and their communities, students will learn about the college admission process, tour UW Bothell, and engage with current UW Bothell students, staff and faculty.


For more information contact Rachael Meares

Local Accommodations

There are several hotels conveniently located near UW Bothell. A listing can be found at

The following hotels provide a discounted rate for UW Bothell visitors:

UW Bothell does not endorse or favor any particular hotel.