If you can get past the large number of students in your lower-level classes, learning will not be a problem. Professors, TAs and study centers are generally very kind and willing to help you out. If you seek help, you will get it.
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University of Washington-Seattle Campus is a beautiful campus with many organizations that you can join to help you find your niche. There are always activities going on that you can take part of in order to expand your network and have fun doing it. We may have rain, but the days that the sun is out, the campus and the scenery around us is amazing.» Read More
The University of Washington is a large public school in the city and is great for students who love to meet new people. The school is also great for those who want to be challenged academically and who want to explore personal interests. One of the downsides is that sometimes you seem to be just another face in the crowd.» Read More
The University of Washington has a beautiful campus that is spread out over a few blocks. With such a big campus and undergraduate student body it can be hard to feel apart of a community, but various clubs, residence halls, and fraternities/sororities can help change that! Professors for 100 and 200 level may expect that most of your interactions are with TAs rather than with the professors themselves.» Read More
The University of Washington is truly an excellent school with a picturesque campus and dedicated professors. There are literally thousands of classes you can take and hundreds of different types of majors. The University of Washington is extremely diverse and its academic options reflect that.» Read More