Novel coronavirus and COVID-19 update:
Campus tours, in-person admission information sessions, and in-person advising appointments will not be held through July 22, 2020. The latest scheduing information, including opportunities for virtual information sessions and appointments, will be posted on uwb.edu/admissions/visit.
UW Bothell’s safety website has a campus-specific webpage where you can find regular updates about campus information, resources and plans regarding the novel coronavirus and COVID-19.
Led by one of our student ambassadors, you will go on a walking tour of campus across all of campus to visit classrooms, science labs and student life facilities.
- When: Monday – Thursday (except holidays)
- Time: 10 AM and 2 PM
- Length: Typical visits last about an hour
Meet with your an assigned Transfer Admissions Advisor one-on-one during a scheduled advising appointment to:
- Go over the UW Bothell application process
- Review your transcripts
- Discuss your intended major and career goals
Walk-in Advising Appointments
We also ofter Walk-In Advising for students during the following times (Walk-in appointments cannot be guaranteed, but based on staff availability, will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis. We are closed during major holidays):
- Monday - Friday; 9 AM - 12 PM; 1 PM - 4 PM
Virtual Info Sessions
If you are not able to make it to our campus for an information session, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the University of Washington Bothell.
Our virtual information sessions provide you with the same general overview of our academic programs, student support services, and the application process that we give in our on-campus sessions.
Register for a Virtual Info Session
Prospective undergraduate transfer students are encouraged to attend a Transfer Information Session related to their specific field of study and learn about:
- Undergraduate admission requirements
- Deadlines to apply
- Application process
- Competitive criteria
- How courses transfer
- High-impact learning opportunities (research, internships, study abroad, etc.)
You will also have the opportunity to discuss your individual transfer plan with our Academic and Admissions Advisors. We encourage you to bring your unofficial college transcripts if you have specific questions about your credits and coursework.
Please click on the program name below to register for the session(s) of most interest to you:
Running start & college in the high school students
Running Start and College in the High School students are still considered First Year students, but should attend a transfer session to plan your college coursework.
Please check-in at the Welcome Desk in Husky Hall (unless instructed otherwise) for your Transfer Info Session.
10909 NE 185th St
Bothell, WA 98011