University of Washington-Bothell Campus Top Questions

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?


Financial Aid resources choices. All the grants elegiability expires at the same time. If pass the dead line for a Financial Aid submission, the student left with the limited funding choices. Sholarships and alternative methods of funding are not developed very well.


Bothell is primarily a commuter school. As a result of this, student life can seem pretty dead at times. Though the opening of the plaza and the nice weather seems to be improving this!


Current clubs are not very interesting and the events that are going on do not coincide with my interests.


Since Bothell campus is not the main campus; there is a shortage of classes. We can travel to the main campus in Seattle, bu8t it would be nice if there was more of a selection. Fortunately the school is currently looking into many ideas for our growth, and I do not expect this to be an issue in the near future.


The worst thing about my school is the cost of tuition! Tuition just went up twenty percent and it's becoming very expensive for someone like me to attend college.


The worst thing about this school is that communication between departments can be lengthy and cause delays in responses to students.


to much weight on the group work and class participation. way to much and less focus on individual learning styles and intellectual growth.


The only flaw I could find in the UW Bothell campus is the limited resources for food. However as our school proceeds to grow we are having more healthy food options. I know our school is working hard to make give students more food choices.


The variety of BAs and BSs is limited. There is a small list to choose from. If that weren't the most negative thing, I would say the cost of parking is really a downer. I am considering taking the bus even though I hate taking the bus.


There is not much bad to say...the worst thing about the school is the limited food options.