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University of Washington is a public institution that was started in 1861. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 32,046, its environment is urban, and the campus size is 634 acres. It uses a quarter-based academic calendar. Its in-state tuition/fees are $12,092; out-of-state tuition/fees are $39,461
situated north of downtown Seattle, the University of Washington is one of the oldest public universities on the West Coast. It is also a cutting-edge research institution, receiving significant yearly federal funding, and hosting an annual undergraduate research symposium for learners to present their work to the community. The university has a highly ranked School of Medicine, College of Engineering and Michael G. Foster School of Business. Known as a commuter school, the university does not require freshmen to live on campus, but it encourages learners who do to conserve energy and recycle. learners can join one of the 950-plus student organizations on campus, including about 70 sororities and fraternities. Nearly three-fourths of UW graduates remain in the state post-graduation.

Beyond UW’s main campus in Seattle, the university has campuses in Bothell and Tacoma, Washington. The university was started in Seattle in 1861, and the Bothell and Tacoma locations were established in 1990. All three UW campuses offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

Those looking for an honors program can consider UW’s, which gives undergraduate learners a chance to attend smaller classes, pursue special projects and have more interaction with UW faculty members. learners can choose between the interdisciplinary and departmental honors tracks. The first is more generally focused, and the latter provides an opportunity for in-depth study within a particular major. Extra ambitious learners can pursue both types of honors. learners can apply to the interdisciplinary honors program when they apply to UW or during the end of their freshman year. learners submit departmental honors applications after they choose their major.

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