With campuses in Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma, the UW prepares a new generation of leaders, thinkers and doers to make a positive difference in the world. The pioneering spirit that embraces us from every mountaintop, treetop and desktop inspires us to achieve great things, to discover what’s next.
Founded in 1861 in one building downtown, our campus today is like a small city. Old brick and new “green” buildings are set among graceful paths and carefully landscaped grounds on one of the most beautiful campuses in the U.S. Water and mountains views greet you at every turn.
UW Bothell offers the resources of the UW with the advantages of a small, collaborative campus with a distinct interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial culture. Our breathtaking setting is conveniently located near Seattle in the heart of a region known for its biotech industry.
Set in a beautifully restored historic district of brick warehouses, students at UW Tacoma enjoy a small-campus environment in the midst of an urban renaissance. It’s a place where old intersects with new, located near the Foss Waterway and Commencement Bay.