Welcome to the University of Washington Bothell
Whether you are visiting UW Bothell virtually via our website — or you plan to explore our campus in person — we hope you linger long enough to get a true sense of what makes our University unique. Those of us who work and study here never tire of the park-like setting, the award-winning architecture and the spectacular views of nearby wetlands and the Cascades beyond.
Come for a visit and discover what makes UW Bothell an extraordinary place to learn and live and launch a prosperous future.
The surrounding environment, history and culture are important parts of our campus landscape. Take a walk through the North Creek Wetlands boardwalk, witness the crows pouring into campus at dusk — and more.
The University of Washington Bothell, one of three UW campuses, is located in the heart of the Puget Sound region. Downtown Seattle is approximately 30-45 minutes away by car or bus. The campus is also halfway between the cities of Bellevue and Everett, in what is known as the “tech corridor” given the many international and start-up technology and biomedical companies that make this region their home.
UW Bothell is about a mile from downtown Bothell. The town is known for its historic Main Street, its recreational activities (including biking, hiking and kayaking), and a growing number of restaurants, breweries, coffee shops and boutique stores.