Congrats and welcome to UW Bothell! You are now a member of our Husky family! Take some time to celebrate your achievement. Being admitted to UW Bothell is an accomplishment and another step towards making your dreams a reality.
Here are the next steps you should take to prepare to enroll in UW Bothell:
Set Up Your UW NetID
Your NetID will be your official University of Washington email address, and your access to many digital resources you will need as a UW Bothell student.
Click here to create your UW NetID
If you already have a UW NetID, including current/former Cascadia students, UW staff, Harborview employees, etc., click here to update your profile.
Confirm your enrollment
To confirm your enrollment in UW Bothell, admitted undergraduate students are required to submit a nonrefundable $100 deposit. Once you enroll, the $100 will be credited toward your first quarter’s tuition.
Click here to confirm your enrollment in UW Bothell
First year students must confirm their enrollment by May 1. Transfer students must confirm their enrollment within 20 days of the date on your admission letter
NOTE: Returning UW Bothell students are not required to pay a deposit. However, confirmation is still required online via the link above.
Register for Orientation
As a new student, you're required to complete a series of Advising and Orientation sessions where you'll learn more about the campus, meet new friends, and register for your first quarter classes. Before attending Orientation, please complete your directed self-placement for Composition and Math.
Click here to register for Orientation*
*Orientation registration for students starting at UW Bothell in Fall 2020 will open in early March.
Submit final transcripts
Send your final High School and/or College transcript(s) to the Office of Admissions as soon as your in-progress course work is completed and graded.
Learn more about sending your transcripts
Other Helpful Links:
- Digital Admit Packet: To view the contents of the UW Bothell admit packet in PDF format, please click the links below:
- Financial Aid – As a future UW Bothell student, learn how you can secure funding for your education.
- Familiarize yourself with all of the student services available through our Student Success Center - Whether you are interested in Career Services, Disability Resources, Veterans Services, or Study Abroad, we have the staff and tools to assist you. See what the Student Success Center has to offer.
- Student Life – Get involved as a new student! Explore the activities, clubs, sports, and events that make your experience at UW Bothell special.