How is the MATCH course taught?
The UW Bothell MATCH course is designed to address issues of educational opportunity and social mobility within the context of higher education. The course is student driven and taught in a progressive education model. Students work closely with the admissions office to build knowledge on the college admissions process. This program is about providing support for underserved high schools and students to help low income and first generation students continue their education either at a community or technical college, or at the university level.
UW Bothell Students:
B CUSP 131 (2 credits): Learning to Lead
Faculty approval - email Janelle at email@example.com for an add code to enter BIS 293 without completing pre-requisite.
BIS 293 (5 credits): Special Topics - Diversity, Leadership, Engagement: MATCH
BIS 494 B (5 credits): MATCH Leadership Cohort
For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UW Bothell Faculty:
Contact one of our faculty advisors...
Janelle Silva email@example.com
Paul Markham firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Freeman email@example.com