Student Opportunities


The Office of Connected Learning hopes to have every student engage in one or more experiential learning opportunity before they graduate. This type of learning strategy can benefit students in many ways, and we encourage students to get involved early in their college career.


Hands-on experiential learning courses and programs will help you find belonging and community, gain career skills and professional contacts, apply for merit scholarships, and contribute to a more just and equitable community on and off-campus. Experiential learning isn’t “extra”: many opportunities fulfill general education requirements and are an integral part of UW Bothell majors.


Get involved right away! You don’t have to wait until you’re a junior or a senior. In fact, national research shows that students who participate in these engaged learning practices during their first year in college and in subsequent years are more likely to remain engaged in college, graduate within six years, and be successful after college.


Meet with our advising team to explore the connected learning options. You can schedule a virtual or in-person appointment with us or stop by during the virtual and in-person drop-in hours.
Attend one of our many events and learn how to get involved!

Events & Workshops

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