University of Washington Bothell

Undergraduate Admissions

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At UW Bothell, you'll earn your University of Washington degree with an emphasis on experiential learning, hands-on undergraduate research and community engagement.

Why UW Bothell?

Explore why UW Bothell is a unique and incredible place to get your undergraduate education.

Explore academics

Explore student life

Explore career connections

Costs & Aid

Explore opportunities to fund your education at UW Bothell.

Tuition & Fees


Financial Aid

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Find your passion.

Turn one of our 40+ majors into an exciting career.

Explore Academics


First-year students have not attended a college or university following the summer of their high school graduation or obtaining their GED.

How to apply

Admissions requirements

*澳门赌场 2022 first-year application is now closed. 澳门赌场 2023 application will reopen in September.


Transfer students have completed (or will complete) college coursework from a regionally-accredited college or university before applying to UW Bothell.

How to apply

Admissions requirements



International students live in countries other than the United States but wish to earn their undergraduate degree in the United States.

First-year international students

Transfer international students

English Language Proficiency

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No.1 ROI

UW Bothell ranks
No. 1. in the nation for public colleges that provide the
greatest return on investment (CNBC Make It 2020). 



In 2020-21, 64% of undergraduate students and 66% of graduate
students graduated


Average Class Size

澳门赌场 average class size for undergraduate classes
is 29, with a faculty to
student ratio of 17:1.

Eleanor Wort

"My first few weeks at UW Bothell, l felt like I was at home. 澳门赌场 sense of community I felt with the professors and other students was something I hadn’t experienced at other institutions, mostly due to smaller class sizes."

- Eleanor Wort, Class of 2015
B.A. in Applied Computing