University of Washington (Seattle) has an excellent reputation of education, so I am very pleased to know that many of the same professors also teach at the Bothell Campus. I feel like it will be a more personal experience.
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The students at the University of Washington are friendly, and the campus is well maintained. The class sizes are small and the professors are approachable and it is easy to have one-one-one conversations with them. This campus does not provide the traditional college experience, which can be a positive or negative depending on what a student is looking for.» Read More
It's a really small campus with only two buildings and they are currently constructing the third building, which will be the science building. The class sizes are small with the biggest being around 100 or less I think. The library is shared with Cascadia Community College and offers a vast amount of resources.» Read More
Beautiful campus, caring and accessible faculty, resources available from the entire UW network of campuses. UW Bothell is a big university with a community college feel. Small class sizes make for a better learning environment.» Read More
This school can be boring. There isn't a huge variety of classes to choose from, and the campus is small. However, the classes are small, and the professors good, which makes for a good classroom experience. At least complete your graduation requirements before transferring if you are planing on doing so.» Read More
It a nice small, nonpartying campus where you can focus on your work easily. The campus has several nice places to study from, and currently building more buildings which means there will be even more places to study. Also, with the small class sizes, you can easily contact professors and build connections with them» Read More