Costs & Aid
A college degree requires planning, careful decision making, and a commitment from both you and your family. We believe that students from all economic backgrounds should have the opportunity to attend the University of Washington Bothell and that finances should not be a barrier. This webpage provides information about:
Tuition and Fees
2023-2024 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
The table below displays the combined tuition and fees for each academic quarter of 2023-2024 at UW Bothell for students taking between 10-18 credits. To see a breakdown of tuition and fees by credit, refer to the Undergraduate Tuition Dashboard.
For graduate tuition and fees, please refer to the Graduate Tuition Dashboard.
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Help paying for college
College can be expensive. However, there are millions of dollars worth of scholarships that are given out to college-going students every year. UW Bothell wants to reward students, including international students, who have been successful in school and help you fund your education.
Husky Promise is our guarantee to Washington state students that we will not let financial challenges stand in the way of achieving a UW degree. If students are admitted to UW Bothell and qualify for the Husky Promise, we promise to pay their tuition.
If you are a student who is not a legal permanent resident, does not possess a green card, visa or other legal documentation (including those born outside of the United States), and have lived in this country for a significant portion of your life and reside here without the legal permission of the government, we want to help you.