The best thing about this school is that it is highly ranked and students can be recruited for internships and graduate positions. There are MANY opportunities. I would change the amount of students, class sizes, bring in more course selections AND sections as well as bring in more diversity. It is not a college city. Seattle is a HUGE city and there are many things to do off campus, because of this I think campus life sucks (concerts, parties, etc.) but there SO many activities to join.
When I was in grade school, I always expected I would go to the University of Washington - it seemed like the best college in the state, but it was still close to home so I wouldn't have to go too far from home right after high school graduation. Now that I am a senior at the UW, I am very glad that I chose this school. Whenever people at the store where I work ask me what school I am attending, I feel proud of my answer. They are always impressed, and many reflect on their fond memories of going there for their degrees.
One thing I love about the University of Washington is how large of a campus it is. It covers a fairly vast area, and is home to a wide array of students. There is much diversity among both my classmate and the professors, and it is always fun to meet the different people, many of whom are from different states or countries. Coming from a small town, the feeling of being part of such a big community is inspiring and is one of the best parts of attending this college. However, the campus is not so large that it is overwhelming. It is quite easy to make friends, and people here are very nice.
I also love how many different classes are offered here, covering a wide range of topics. Though the UW is well-known for its medical programs, it is also one of the best for Communication, one of my two majors. With such a strong academic reputation, I feel that I am getting a quality education that will help me in my career. In addition to academics, the University of Washington also has wonderful study abroad programs (I spent spring quarter in Spain this year), advising, and clubs about almost everything.
The University of Washington is an amazing college, and I am very happy that I have been able to spend four years here to earn my bachelor's degree.
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