Pre-Major Academic Advising
UW Bothell First Year and Pre-Major Program offers Academic Advising to First Year and Pre Major students. FYPP Advisors have the experience and information to help guide students as they navigate through the university.
Student Success Center
Our main focus is to assist students who are interested in improving their academic success. We help a wide range of students. Whether you are looking for new academic challenges, such as undergraduate research, or are having difficulty succeeding academically, we are here to assist you in reaching your full academic potential.
Quantitative Skills Center
QSC tutoring is FREE to UW Bothell students, faculty, and staff. Tutoring is available during drop-in hours or by appointment. Assistance is available in: Test preparation, math and test anxiety, general math questions, graphs, statistics, economics, physics, mathematical induction and any other related subject. The QSC can also help with Microsoft Excel, Matlab, Maple, SPSS, calculators, or similar mathematical technology.
Writing and Communication Center
The Writing Center 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.
Confidential, short-term Personal Counseling is available to currently-enrolled UW Bothell students free of charge. Students may utilize counseling for a wide range of personal concerns such as: stress, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and adjustment issues.
Health and Wellness Resource Center
The Health and Wllness Resource Center (HaWRC) is a one-stop hub connecting students with with on-campus and community resources to help you thrive. Through a partnership with the United Way Benefits Hub, we provide resource connections, financial coaching, and public benefits enrollment.
Disabilities Support Services
DSS provides services to students who are enrolled at the University of Washington Bothell. Academic accommodations, if reasonable and appropriate, are provided to students who have a documented permanent or temporary physical, emotional, or sensory disability. (A student must provide documentation of their disability in order to receive services.) Please call DSS to find out the specific documentation requirements necessary for the diagnosis of your disability. There is no minimal or baseline disability that one must have to receive services. If you have a disability that affects you academically, you may be eligible for services.
Financial aid is awarded in a variety of different ways, such as grants, loans, scholarships or work study jobs. To receive any kind of financial aid, one must first apply (see FAFSA online). After the application process is complete, students will receive an award letter indicating the financial assistance they qualify for. Follow each step carefully and give yourself plenty of time to complete the process. If there will be any changes in your enrollment plan, it may affect your financial aid, so in that case please contact the Financial Aid as soon as possible.
Whether you’re just exploring career options or know exactly what you want to do, the Career Center has something for you. Still puzzled about your academic and career tracks? Choosing between grad school or a job? We can help you find a match for your interests, skills, and values.
Veterans Services provides assistance to students who are entitled to receive educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Whether a student is a new applicant for benefits or has used them at previous institutions, Veterans Services is committed to working in partnership to ensure that the process is simple and well-organized.