As a student transitioning from high school to university life, you have lots to consider. Visit campus for a test drive! Sit in the driver’s seat to gain a sense of how UW Bothell will help you get where you want to go.
Campus visits provide you with a general overview of our academic programs, student support services, and the application process. After the information session, you will go on a walking tour of campus where you will see classrooms, science labs, student life facilities, and more! Tours are led by current students who will provide you with an “insider’s” point of view; student tour guides are happy to answer any questions you may have about becoming a future Husky.
When: Monday – Friday (except holidays)
Time: 10 AM and 2 PM
Length: Typical visits last about an hour and fifteen minutes.
We are happy to meet with you in person for an advising appointment. The admission office is open to scheduled and walk-in appointments between 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm every Monday-Friday (except holidays).
Walk-in appointments cannot be guaranteed, but based on staff availability, will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Nursing Info Sessions
Are you interested in the First Year Entry Nursing (RN-to-BSN) degree? This program is designed for new high school graduates and allows you to earn your RN and BSN degree as a UW Bothell student. Prospective students are encouraged to attend an Information Session.
Come to one of our Admitted Student Days to find out more about the university of your future. You will be able to meet your new classmates, experience a mock class, learn about campus life, meet current students, get to know UW Bothell staff, and tour your new campus.
***These events are only open to 2018 admitted first year students
> Saturday, March 10, 2018 // 9am-1pm
> Saturday, March 17, 2018 // 9am-1pm
> Saturday, April 14, 2018 // 9am-1pm
> Saturday, April 28, 2018 // 9am-1pm
Register for Admitted Student Day >
College Awareness Day is a day for students to explore opportunities in higher education and learn about diversity and inclusion. High school students will connect with UW Bothell students, faculty and community leaders to celebrate our racial and ethnic identities and discuss the importance of diversity in education.
The conference will consist of five affinity group tracks in the morning: Asians Connecting and Empowering Students (ACES), Black Opportunity and Leadership Day (BOLD), Día de Avanzando Latinx en Educación (DALE), Pacific Islanders Pursuing Education (PIPE), and Reaching American Indian Nations (RAIN), while the afternoon will focus on college awareness and intersectionalities in identity with respect to access and success in higher education.
> Saturday, May 12, 2018 // 9am-4:30pm
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There are several hotels conveniently located near UW Bothell.
The following hotels provide a discounted rate for UW Bothell visitors:
UW Bothell does not endorse or favor any particular hotel.