The Center for International Education (International Admissions & Student Services) is honored to host students from all over the world. International students bring a wealth of linguistic, cultural, and global perspectives to
our campus that enrich our entire community.
CIE is excited to welcome you to campus! We are here to provide you with admission guidance, immigration advice and cultural adjustment assistance.
News & Updates
Dear UW Bothell Community,
I am devastated to learn of the horrific accident on Hwy. 99 that involved international students, faculty and staff from North Seattle College. The community of international students is close-knit in the Seattle area; many of our students, faculty and staff are likely acquainted with the victims. Our Center for International Education is standing by to assist as needed. I know you join me as we send condolences and best wishes for recovery to the entire North Seattle College community.
Below are helpful resources for anyone needing assistance or additional information:
Center for International Education: Husky Hall 1212, 425-352-3876
UW Bothell Counseling Center: UW1-080, 425-352-3581
Updated News Information from NSC
Bjong Wolf Yeigh, Ph.D., F.ASME
Chancellor and Professor,
University of Washington, Bbothell
As a new student at UW Bothell, all undergraduate, graduate and UWB English Program students must register to attend the mandatory Immigration Orientation, where they will complete their Immigration Check-in.
New Undergraduate Students - Attend the Fall 2015 Convocation
All new undergraduate students are encouraged to attend the Fall 2015 Convocation, which will be held on Sunday, September 27. The Convocation is an event that welcomes new students to UW Bothell and celebrates your beginning at UW Bothell. All new undergraduate students and their families are welcome to attend. Students must register online to attend.
Is your family visiting you in the U.S. soon? This handout provides you with information on how you can support their tourist visa to visit the U.S. NOTE: The CIE does not provide invitation letters for tourist visa applications.
Traveling outside the U.S. soon? Make sure that you have all the required documents when you re-enter the U.S. by reviewing our helpful guide.
Are you new UW Bothell? CIE can help you get connected to the appropriate resources on campus with this guide that answers students' most commonly asked questions.
Moving? Notify CIE When You Move
Immigration regulations require you to notify all address changes. All current international students at UWB must report all changes to your U.S. residential address to CIE within 10 days of a move. Addresses you update are sent by CIE to Immigration Services via SEVIS. You can notify CIE by ending an email your new address to firstname.lastname@example.org .