There are so many details involved in transferring from one institution to another. Before you dive into that process, visit campus to test the waters. Our admission advisors can help you get your feet wet and suggest an academic plan that will prevent you from getting in over your head.
Campus visits provide you with a general overview of our academic programs, student support services, and the application process. After the information session, you will go on a walking tour of campus where you will see classrooms, science labs, student life facilities, and more! Tours are led by current students who will provide you with an “insider’s” point of view; student tour guides are happy to answer any questions you may have about becoming a future Husky.
We are happy to meet with you for an advising appointment with your assigned Transfer Admissions Advisor. During this appointment, we will review your transcripts, discuss your intended program and goals, and review the application process.
In addition, our office also has Walk-In Advising available between 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm (the last appointment for the day is at 3:30pm) every Monday-Friday (except holidays). Walk-in advising is best suited for students with quick questions and immediate needs.
Walk-in appointments cannot be guaranteed, but based on staff availability, will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you are not able to make it to our campus for an information session, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the University of Washington Bothell.
Our virtual information sessions provide you with the same general overview of our academic programs, student support services, and the application process that we give in our on-campus sessions.
Register for a Virtual Info Session
Prospective undergraduate transfer students are encouraged to attend a Transfer Information Session related to their specific field of study and learn about:
- Undergraduate admission requirements
- Deadlines to apply
- Application process
- Competitive criteria
- How courses transfer
- High-impact learning opportunities (research, internships, study abroad, etc.)
You will also have the opportunity to discuss your individual transfer plan with our Academic and Admissions Advisors. We encourage you to bring your unofficial college transcripts if you have specific questions about your credits and coursework.
Running Start and College in the High School students should attend a session that is prior to the start of the upcoming autumn quarter to plan college coursework for the fall.
Please check-in at the Welcome Desk in Husky Hall (unless instructed otherwise) for your Transfer Info Session.
Husky Hall is located at
10909 NE 185th St
Bothell, WA 98011
We want to help you prepare for the Writing Skills Assessment (WSA). Please come to a free WSA Prep Workshop offered by UW Bothell to learn more about the WSA and how to prepare for this important Business application component!
What is the WSA? What can I expect? How can I prepare? How is the test scored? Learn all of this and more at the WSA Prep Workshop!
Friday, March 29 // 1:30pm
Friday, April 12// 1:30pm
Friday, May 3 // 1:30pm
Friday, June 7 // 1:30pm
Friday, June 28 // 1:30pm
*More dates coming soon
Register for a WSA Prep Workshop
Transfer Planning Night provides prospective transfer students the opportunity to learn about UW Bothell, transfer resources, and major specific requirements. Join to meet your Admissions Advisor and prepare to transfer to UW Bothell. Pizza and light refreshments will be provided.
Monday, June 3, 2019
Register for Transfer Planning Night
Admissions advisors in select programs set up special advising days where you can sign up for a 30 minute time slot for transcript review, admission advising, and to have your questions answered.
Most advising days are at UW Bothell’s Husky Hall, but some are held off-campus. Click the link below to view available advising days for your chosen program and to sign up for a time slot.
Advising Days are available for Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS), and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) majors.
STEM Day is a special event for prospective transfer students and community college partners interested in learning more about UW Bothell's programs in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM). Through mock classes, lab tours, and faculty panels, you will experience what it's like to be a STEM student at UW Bothell!
Saturday, March 2, 2019
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