At UW Bothell, you have the option of living in campus housing at Husky Village. Conveniently located, this facility is a 5-minute walk to classes and downtown Bothell. Choose from a shared or single room in apartments that come fully loaded with washer/dryer, basic cable, internet, and a parking spot. With a ready-made community of residents, campus housing offers convenience for both undergraduate and graduate students. The UW Bothell campus serves as a transit hub with buses that connect riders to Bellevue, Lynnwood, Everett, and Seattle.
Visit the UW Bothell Student Housing website for more details and for a campus map.
Off-campus housing offers more options for graduate students within the Seattle-metro area, which includes Bothell. Whether you’re seeking a roommate or want to live alone, you have many choices within commuting distance of campus.
Some places to begin your search:
- Housing flyers and postings can be found on campus in the following areas: UW1 – ground floor by the pool table, UW2 – on the wall next to Common Grounds coffee shop.
- The Daily is the UW Seattle student newspaper, including a section for classified ads featuring employment, buy-sell-trade and housing.
- Craigslist, an American classified advertisements website with sections devoted to jobs, housing, personals, for sale, items wanted, services, community, gigs, résumés, and discussion forums.
- Used Seattle, the online Classifieds of the Seattle Weekly, another great weekly publication with great listings for goings-on
- ApartmentList.com has listings that are sortable by neighborhoods, pricing, noise level, nearby attractions, restaurants, etc. Check out the Bothell page and a Seattle page as well as many other convenient areas.
- Lovely and Trulia are interactive search tools that let you search by neighborhood, price, size, and more.
- Area Vibes "Bothell Livability" provides information on nearby shopping, schools, housing, and the cost of living in Bothell.
Check out the next part of the Relocation Guide for more information on neighborhoods in the greater Seattle area.