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.
Admitted Student Reception
Saturday, March 14, 2015 | Saturday, April 18, 2015
*This event is by invitation only for First Year students admitted for Autumn 2015.
Join us to celebrate your admission to UW Bothell on Saturday, March 14, 2015 or Saturday, April 18, 2015 at our Admitted Student Reception!
The Admitted Student Reception is an opportunity for you and your family to learn about the benefits of being a Husky at UW Bothell. Activities include:
Sit in on a mock class
Hear from current UW Bothell students
Glimpse inside Student Housing
Meet with academic departments
Space is limited for each date. We look forward to seeing you!
Upcoming 2014-2015 Events
Friday, April 24 | Friday, May 8
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.
Previous 2014-2015 Events
Experience what it is like to be a student at the University of Washington Bothell! High school juniors and seniors and their families are invited to attend one of our three fall Preview Day events. At Preview Day you will learn more about our academic programs, student support services, student life activities and more from UW Bothell faculty, advisors and current students. Breakout sessions on the application process and financial aid will also be offered along with campus tours. Whether you are still exploring your college options or if you have already applied, attending a Preview Day is the perfect way to learn more about the unique opportunities available at UW Bothell.
Whether you are enrolled at a community college, a four-year university or are returning to college after some time, applying to transfer to the University of Washington Bothell takes careful and thoughtful planning. Prospective transfer students are highly encouraged to attend our Transfer Admission Workshop to prepare for a smooth transfer to UW Bothell. At the Transfer Admission Workshop you will learn more about UW Bothell’s academic programs, application requirements, and what makes a competitive transfer applicant to our campus as well as have the opportunity to discuss your individual transfer plan with our Advisors. Optional campus tours will also be offered.
Senior Application Day is dedicated to assisting high school seniors from underrepresented backgrounds apply to UW Bothell. Students attending must have a minimum 2.5 GPA, a completed activities log, and a personal statement. The $60 application fee is waived for participants.
Students have the opportunity to meet professional engineers, explore opportunities in engineering, receive academic advising, and learn more about employment in engineering. Some fields that will be represented are Aeronautical, Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Geotechnical, Industrial, Marine, Material Science, Mechanical, and Structural. Pizza will be served.
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 Community College staff and students, engage with speakers and leaders from the community and engage in cultural and educational workshops.
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.
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.
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.