Student Profiles

Daniel

Daniel Villanueva

"I'M BOUNDLESS BECAUSE I WORK JUST AS MUCH AS I GO TO SCHOOL AND I PUT IN THE SAME AMOUNT OF EFFORT TO SUCCEED IN BOTH AREAS."

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Q & A

  • Question: What major did you intend to do when you first started here? 
    • Answer: "I first intended to major in Marine Biology and work in ocean and with marine life."
  • Question: What do you hope to do when you graduate?
    • Answer: "When I graduate I hope to work for the government as an accountant or as a public accountant."
  • Question: Why did you choose UW Bothell?
    • Answer: "I choose UW Bothell for its small campus, diverse community, and a smaller commute to the university."
  • Question: What do you like about UW Bothell?
    • Answer: "What I like about UW Bothell is the small classroom environment and the one-to-one time with the professor."
  • Question: What is your favorite UW Bothell event?
    • Answer: "My favorite event to attend at UW Bothell is The Masquerade Ball. It’s a fun and different way to hang out with your friends and meet new people."
  • Question: What has been your favorite class so far?
    • Answer: "My favorite class so far would be my core class, B CORE 107 Undocumented, Unafraid, and Unapologetic: Youth Resistance and Social Change"
  • Question: What are your favorite ways to study?
    • Answer: "My favorite ways to study is to lock myself in my room and turn off my phone until I am completely finished. Since my classes end during rush hour, I will also stay in the library until traffic has died down."
  • Question: What is a random fact about you?
    • Answer: "A random fact about me is that I won prom king my senior year."
  • Question: What are your favorite movies?
    • Answer: "My favorite movies so far would have to be Divergent and Pitch Perfect."
  • Question: Do you have an on campus job?
    • Answer: No, but I work at the Seattle Premium Outlets in Marysville at Guess. I work around 30 hours a week. It can get difficult at times to balance with school but I just remind myself that it’ll all be worth it in the end.