1410 NE Campus Parkway, Seattle, WA 98195
University of Washington is a public university located on an amazing campus in Seattle, WA. It is an esteemed but modestly competitive university, ranking 97th in the country but admitting 49% of all applicants. It has a huge student body with 30,196 full-time students enrolled. University of Washington's most highly demanded major is a Bachelor's degree in Research and Experimental Psychology, which is comprised of 5% of the student body. Other common picks include Communications, which accounts for 5% of students, and Political Science and Government (4%). It ranks 12th in the nation for its information technology program, and first in Washington for its math, foreign languages, and medical assistant technology programs. Additionally, University of Washington placed 1st in WA on our best colleges list. For applicants with residences in Washington, sticker price tuition costs $11,767 a year. Non-Washington residents, however, must cough up $38,416. That being said, a smidge over three in five University of Washington undergraduates get financial aid. 85% of University of Washington undergraduates graduate college, all set to hit the employment market. On average, alumni take home an annual salary of $44,900 two years after graduating. After another four years of experience, their average earnings rises 28.5% to $57,700, which is 43.9% over the national median wage for individuals. Those of you applying may also like to find that it doesn't offer early decision and more than half of the accepted students achieved scores between 600 and 700 on the SAT reading section. Furthermore, on average, University of Washington receives around $20,235 in research funding per student, and about 93% of first-year students continue to pursue their degrees the following year. In terms of your checkbook, be aware that 20% of students procure state grant aid. Concerning demographics, students aged 22 to 24 make up 10% of the student body and foreign undergraduates make up 13% of the undergraduate population. On the subject of the campus experience, University of Washington has a potpourri of clubs and activities, such as radio station, dance, and drama/theater. To conclude, only around a twentieth of graduates miss payments on their student loans and one out of four graduates earn $36,800 or less six years after completing their studies.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Research and Experimental Psychology
Political Science and Government
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Management Sciences and Information Systems