The Office of Admissions offers a variety of recruitment events for prospective students throughout the year. We have events for high school students, transfer students and students from diverse backgrounds.
Our Next Event
Friday, February 6
R.A.I.N. (Reaching American Indian Nations) is dedicated to preparing American Indian, Alaskan Native and First Nations students with the tools needed to access higher education. Students will interact with UW Bothell and Cascadia College staff and students, engage with speakers and leaders from the community and participate in cultural and educational workshops. We offer a Breakout Session to all chaperones.
Friday, February 13
D.A.L.E. (Día de Avanzando Latinos en Educación) is a conference for first-generation Latino and underrepresented high school students aspiring to enter higher education. Join us for a day full of workshops to expand your knowledge of the college admissions process and connect with important resources available at UW Bothell.
Friday, February 27
B.O.L.D. (Black Opportunity and Leadership Day) is designed to affirm the African and African American culture and to promote higher education in the community. In this one-day event, students connect with UW Bothell faculty and staff and learn about the admissions process and resources available to advance the number of African and African American students pursuing higher education.
Friday, March 6
P.I.P.E. (Pacific Islanders Pursuing Education) is a one-day conference dedicated to preparing Pacific Islander high school students with the network and foundational resources for pursuing higher education. Join us for an engaging day of academic and cultural workshops while making important connections with UW Bothell.
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 8
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College Awareness Day is designed to reach first-generation and historically underrepresented high school students. Prepare for a post-high school education by walking through the admissions process while experiencing what it is like to be a UW Bothell student.