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Reasons to attend and to not attend University of Washington at Seattle
- “There are a lot of opportunities that we have with internships, jobs, and majors around Seattle.”
- “There are a ton of clubs that can make the campus feel a lot smaller and where you can find a community.”
- “They do a really good job of preparing you for your career. A lot of majors require you to do an internship.”
- “The school is very diverse. Everyone finds a place to belong. There are many different races and types of people.” [About 40% of undergraduates are Caucasian, about 24% are Asian, and about 15% are international students.]
To Not Attend
- “Getting into your major can be hard, especially if you’re not a direct admit to Computer Science, Business, or Engineering. If you’re not already in one of those programs when you get accepted, it can be very difficult to get in. A lot of people are frustrated after their sophomore year when they came here to study this one thing and they’re not able to because they don’t get accepted.”
- “It’s starting to get expensive here in terms of cost of living and doing activities.”
- “If you’re someone who likes a smaller classroom environment, where you can get to know the professor in a hands-on environment.” [45% of classes are between 20 and 49 students.]
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