Student Academic Success

As a UW Bothell student, you are part of a supportive learning community that expands beyond the classroom.

We provide resources and services that will enhance your knowledge and experience. Explore the many available resources and opportunities as you chart your course.

Ready for the next step in your educational journey?

Academic advising

Academic Advisors have the experience and information to help guide students as they navigate the university. They can explain requirements, procedures, and help plan for a major. They’ll discuss how to match interests with opportunities at UW Bothell and how to integrate academic and career plans.

Academic advising

Academic Learning Commons

The Academic Learning Commons provides students tools and supports to be succesful in their classes. The Quantitative Skills Center (QSC) promotes quantitative reasoning at UW Bothell through peer tutoring and faculty development. The Writing & Communication Center (WaCC) supports students of all abilities, at any stage of the reading, writing, or presentation process. Our goal is to help you become a stronger, more confident writer and communicator. Academic success coaches guide students through the many possible ways they can improve their learning and academic performance.

Academic Success Coaching
Quantitative Skills Center
Writing and Communication Center

First Year & Pre-Major Program

First Year and Pre-Major Program (FYPP) is the home of our first and second year (or pre-major) students at UW Bothell. We are the first place to turn for all of your academic needs, from scheduling classes and meeting faculty, to discussing your future career goals.

First Year & Pre-Major Program

Undergraduate degree planning

Browse through all our undergraduate majors and minors listed alphabetically, or you can see which majors and minors each school offers. Along with a link to more information about the degree, you’ll find a Degree Map for each degree. A Degree Map (or “major” map) is a convenient tool for students to use that suggests courses you need to complete each quarter to be “on track” for graduation and your admission to a major.

Undergraduate degree programs

Student success initiatives

Academic student success Initiatives focus on improving the student experience by providing tools and resources for students to discover academic, co-curricular, and discovery opportunities on campus and in the community.

Academic Degree Maps
Meta-Major Pathways