University of Washington Bothell: Providing access to excellence
With nearly 6,000 students and 55 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, the University of Washington Bothell has a reputation for access to excellence and a leading-edge educational experience. Our graduates are ready to change Washington and the World.
For more than 25 years, UW Bothell has fulfilled its mandate to provide access and opportunity to students from North King and Snohomish counties and across the state of Washington.
- UW Bothell undergraduate students have the highest salaries one year after graduation of all undergraduates from public universities in the state. Read the story.
- UW Bothell retention and graduation rates are in the top 15 percent of similar public four-year universities in the nation.
- We are committed to service: UW Bothell students provided working solutions to 375 external organizations in the last year, including Fortune 100 companies, not-for-profit organizations and government agencies in our state.
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UW Bothell at a glance:
- One of three University of Washington campuses; graduates earn a fully accredited UW degree
- Campus boasts award-winning architecture, state-of-the-art technology and breathtaking views of nearby wetlands and Cascade Mountains
- Two options for Campus student housing.
- There are 55 undergraduate and graduate-level programs available, offering day and evening classes.
- Innovative teaching methods and interdisciplinary approaches; hands-on preparation for real life and career.
- Outstanding student support services; award-winning on-campus library with access to full UW library system; career center; writing center; personal counseling; computer support; mentoring available for first-generation students and English language learners (ELL).
- UW Bothell is known for its diversity. More than 40 percent of our students are the first in their families to pursue a four-year degree. Read our 2017-18 Fast Facts.