University of Washington-Bothell Campus Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?


I get to graduate with a university of Washington degree.


Small, new, gorgeous library; small classes with dedicated faculty; cutting-edge interdisciplinary courses in human rights, environmental science, public health, and poetics.


The class sizes are awesome. They average at 30 people a class. This means that students get to have one-on-one time with their professors, get to know thier professors and get to contact their professors via email and phone. It is a very unique college setting.


When meeting friends from high school, we always catch up and talk about how college is going. When they all complain about their large class sizes, I can feel good about the smaller class sizes at UW Bothell and take pride in having the opportunity to know all of my classmates. When others talk about their small class sizes but expensive private school tuition rates, I can feel good knowing I get a renowned UW degree with half the tution prices of other private schools and benefit from the smaller learning environment that UW Bothell offers.


I tell them that I am working for a Business degree with concentrations in Finance and Entrepenurship at one of the top ranked universities in the country. I tell them that the program that I am in contains smaller classes, which facilitates learning and interaction at its highest.


I love Husky sports!


My school is a small, diverse, and beautiful campus where my classes are intimate-sized, and professors know me by my first name.