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UW Bothell provides access to an excellent UW education — and the many opportunities and resources students need to succeed.
#1 return on investment
UW Bothell is #1 in the nation for public colleges that provide the best return on investment.
In 2021-22, 66% of undergraduate students and 61% of graduate students graduated debt-free.
Education made possible
40% of first-year and transfer students will be the first in their families to get a 4-year degree.
Our academic distinction
UW Bothell is known for its dedicated teachers who bring research into the classroom, its commitment to elevating diverse perspectives across disciplines and its focus on project-based learning with real-world impacts.
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Innovative, collaborative, value-driven thinkers and doers.
Places that are out of your comfort zone are where you will connect with people outside of your current network. You’ll then gain access to their novel information and the benefits that come from making meaningful connections.Dr. Joseph Ferrare Associate Professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
I love influencing the next generation of creatives. I find myself in a very inspiring and powerful position to instill passion, joy and a sense of accomplishment in my students when they create works they didn’t imagine they could do in the beginning of the class.Anida Yoeu Ali Senior Artist-in-Residence, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
This project has been the best investment in my future. We are the leaders of our generation, and we have an opportunity to create more meaningful relationships between our upcoming generations and the world around us.Ashley Linkem Class of 2023, Conservation & Restoration Science
I was able to apply the concepts that I was learning in my master’s program directly to the work that I was doing in Northshore and have it be a reciprocal relationship between school and career, between theory and practice.Ayva Thomas Community Psychology ’17, Cultural Studies ’19
My parents were pleasantly surprised to learn I was using Arabic for a class assignment as that is something that had never happened before. They were surprised the professors would care about our language enough to include it in a curriculum. I was, too, in the absolute best way.Imaan Mohiuddin Class of 2027, Pre-Major