Fall quarter is here and we're ready to rock! For some of you, this is your first quarter here at UW Bothell and we want to help you have a successful first quarter. CUSP is here to serve all First Year and Pre-Major students, so come visit us in UW1-080 where we can answer any questions you might have.
Important registration and tuition dates
September 25: First day of classes
September 25: $25 Late registration fee begins
October 1: Last day to add/drop class without $20 fee
October 2: Entry codes needed to add a class
October 11: Tuition due date
See the full academic calendar here
Some other things to remember:
If you have any questions please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or come visit us in UW1 - 080 Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm. Have a great quarter and we look forward to serving you.
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The Professional Development Series is designed to introduce students to basic leadership principles and build them into dedicated, articulate, ethical and confident leaders.
In order to receive a certificate students must attend at least six sessions. Sessions are every first Friday of the month until the end of the school year and include topics such as Leadership Styles, Public Speaking and Ethics. The Professional Development Series is open and free to all students. Sign up on OrgSync!
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The School of Business has added one statistics class due to overwhelming demand. Sign-up ASAP! This course will fulfill your pre-requisite requirements for statistics.
B BUS 215 Intro to BUS STATS
Instructor: Maura Shelton
Monday - Wednesday 1:15 PM - 3:15PM | UW2 - 040 | 5 Credits
Introduces descriptive statistics, probability concepts, and statistical inference emphasizing statistical applications useful in decision making and research in the social sciences. Topics include exploratory data analysis, correlation, sampling theory, estimation, hypothesis testing, and simple regression analysis. Concepts are illustrated through case problems in sociology, psychology, consumer economics, and business.
Date and time: Saturday, October 5th, 2013 from 2-5PM
Location: Trinity United Methodist Church (6512 23rdAve NW, Seattle)
Stop by the ACLU-WA’s information table at this half-day conference sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of Trinity United Methodist Church. Featuring a keynote address by Jackie McMurtrie, Executive Director of the Innocence Project Northwest.
Questions: Contact Victoria, Mon.-Fri. from 1:30- 3:30 PM at (206) 783-6145
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Seventy percent of first-year students are from diverse backgrounds
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