About UW Bothell

Fast Facts 2013-14

Enrollment

  • 4,605 Headcount

    Undergraduate: 4,106
    Graduate: 499

  • 4,216 FTE

    Undergraduate: 3,794
    Graduate: 422


Enrollment History Autumn FTE 2009-2013

Enrollment History Chart

All statistics are obtained from the UW Bothell Office of Institutional Research.


Top Five Transfer Schools

Bellevue College
Cascadia Community College
Edmonds Community College
Everett Community College
University of Washington Seattle

Top Five Feeder High Schools

Inglemoor High School
Mariner High School
Kamiak High School
Henry Jackson High School Juanita High School

Average Class Size

Undergraduate: 31
Graduate: 17

Average Credit Load

Undergraduate: 15
Graduate: 12

UW Bothell Personnel

Staff:
Headcount: 316
FTE: 268

Faculty:
Headcount:
Full-Time: 174, Part-Time:170
FTE:
Full-Time: 170, Part-Time:55

Demographics

51% Female and 49% Male

Counties of Residence

King: 53%
Snohomish: 26%
Pierce: 1%
Yakima: 1%
Skagit: <1%

Top Five Cities of Residence

Seattle: 13%
Bothell: 7%
Everett: 7%
Lynnwood: 5%
Bellevue: 5%

91% of UW Bothell students are from the state of WA - 80% from King and Snohomish counties

Student Body

In State: 91%
Military Veterans: 158
2013 Incoming First Year Students: 569
2013 Incoming Transfers: 764

Age Range

17-25: 69%
26-35: 21%
36 & older: 10%

Demographics Chart - Also See Our Accessible PDF

Did You Know?

  • 29The number of new faculty members in 2013 - UW Bothell’s largest faculty class ever.
  • 42%of all students are students of color.
  • 46%of first year students are the first in their families to attend college.
  • 60%of all students received financial aid.

UW Bothell is one of the most diverse public universities in Washington.

UW Bothell is the largest of the five branch campuses in the state of Washington.

Discovery Hall, home of UW Bothell’s School of STEM, will open for classes in fall quarter 2014.

Transfer applications to UW Bothell increased by 21 percent over 2012. Firstyear applications increased by 5 percent.

UW Bothell students received a record number of merit scholarships in 2012-13, including two student Fulbright Awards.

A new $19.7-Million Student Activities Center will open in 2014.

60% of all undergraduate students receive financial aid. Just over a quarter of UW Bothell undergraduates are Husky Promise recipients.

Offering More Than 35 Degrees