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Spent some of my formative years here. Definitely a sink or swim environment which prepared me for the real world. Constant competition with your peers had a positive effect on me as a person. Powerful research university in a large city environment. Full suite of intercollegiate athletics prove for a fun environment. Overall, I believe I made a good choice to attend UW and would recommend it to all others.
The two stars is for this Campus allowing three hour classes. Colleges are about pro Unions, fairness, student and employee rights, equality, health, etcetera which makes life enjoyable. The University of Washington needs to realize that muscles get sore, the spine is not meant for sitting for three hours straight: unless you are blood, and bone with zero muscle tone. Three hour lectures without a mandatory break is not fair because it forces a student to ask for a break, and potentially miss out on parts of a lecture.
I got my Masters degree online from UW; but I happen to live in Seattle (nearby UW). Now that I am planning a wedding, I am seeing that they have competitive prices for ceremony outdoor venues :) awesome!
I came with my son Zachary for admission in 2012 majoring in Computer Science from Penang, Malaysia. It was our first time in Seattle and at the University of Washington. The place is breath taking with the cherry blossom garden. It was my son's first time away from home but we were so welcomed and he blended in very easily because he was coming from an international school. I am so glad he chose UDUB. We had our orientation and I went around the place and the people were so helpful I even got to his dome. The hardest part for me was at the airport leaving him behind but a new beginning for Zac. It’s going to be 3 years and Zac will be finishing in December 2015. I can’t wait to attend his graduation ceremony. That will be the proudest moment of my life. He is doing very well and has two Dean’s List award. Thank you UDUB for making
My son archive his dreams.
I very much enjoyed walking around the campus, poking into a few beautiful buildings, checking out the library and its incredible reading room, and canoeing behind their stadium.
I'm extremely disappointed in the way the University of Washington treats its animals used for testing. They are routinely abused and deprived of necessities. Do a web search if you want to learn more.
The animal testing itself is tortuous and cruel. Given the availability of simulations, human research subjects, and less invasive testing procedures, the expansive and unnecessary testing regime is unacceptable. The University is expanding its animal testing with the construction of a new underground building. Why they need more space to conduct these inhumane tests is beyond me. The fact that it's underground tells you all you need to know about what the University has to cover up.
I know Kurt cobain of nirvana was convicted of murder by suicide near this college. I was in a medical technology program at the university of south Alabama at the time.
I was also abducted and injected but escaped in 1994. I am Kurt cobains half brother and was hurt and but out of will.
Psych ops from a medical perspective is stunning of the cns and then forced injections. In other psych ops a tender at sea with high tech equipment can be made to look like a refueling vessel.
Watch the repercussions. You might have a stroke. I was not allowed per va to split final year at med tech school and got out in senior year. Then I was put into accounting and then the FDIC.
Fsma 1999 banking deregulation day. A man my boss was quarantined. Had he been changed , Banking regulation is like seeking parasites. Psych ops cut both Kurts. Me and my brother
I might attend here if the va will pay. Finish my med tech degree then get a grant to do research on psych ops and cns issues with modern radar and broadcast etc
Kurt brown aka Saint ram bone needs a Polly. NirvAnas song I think was a brotherly jest. I think he knew of me. I want a DNA compare to Kurt. 99.6 certainty indicates brothers on y gene
It looks like a well college. Especially if you want to go away from home and explore another part of the world . The school looks beautiful .
The campus is great especially during spring. The people are friendly and helpful.
The education that I'm receiving here is one of the best in the world! I love the campus, it's quite fascinating. UW is amazingly a symbiotic environment and a powerful research institution.
Impossible to get in the major you want. The school has a really tough grading system that screws up your GPA. Many students transfer out first year or second year. Don't go.
I was only here on a tour so I didn't see all of the university. However, I can say that U Dub has a really beautiful campus, which is huge (one of the biggest I've seen). Most buildings were really modern and the faculty seemed really nice. Also, the famous cherry trees were in bloom when I went so that was awesome! I don't know what to say, I feel like it would be a great place to study and pursue a major.
I go to school here. I feel like the professors really push you to find what motivates you. So far I have felt all my professors to be very competent with high standards and a good work ethic. Therefore they expect the same from you. Buckle up and be ready to work and UW becomes fun with plethora of resources at your disposal! The campus is also beautiful and inspiring!
Contact with hospital and university personnel has been unprofessional, chaotic, unproductive, dehumanizing, frustrating waste of time. I was literally told there are no open minded individuals to speak with.
Beautiful College Campus to check out during the spring. It went through alot of renovations over the years and now has a link subway right in front of the husky stadium! If you go to the UW quad during the cherry blossom time frame, expect ALOT of visitors who are there for the cherry blossoms like you.
It is a pleasant campus to walk around and look at. However, the buildings are more spaced out than I feel they should be, and everything on the inside of the buildings feels terribly dated for as big-named as this school is made out to be.
Worth a stop. Specifically, go check out the HUB, Rainier Vista (+Drumheller Fountain), the Quad (especially if it's cherry blossom season) and Denny Hall, Union Bay Natural Area, the stadium, the new light rail station, the atrium in the computer science building... It's a pretty campus.
There's a self-guided campus tour and a self-guided tree tour. Both entertaining.
Oh yeah, and they're a top notch university.
World class research university. The best in the Northwest. Home to a plethora of different colleges, departments and majors.
The campus is over a mile long, with trails and pedestrian walkways intertwined to connect various areas of campus. Iconic building architecture, including the "Quad" a feature commonly found on most respected universities. "Red square" is the central point to most student activities and "soapboxing", very cool site to see indeed. Natural beautiful is an defining aspect of the University of Washington, as greenery is found all over the entire campus, especially the main thruway from the largest library, Suzallo and Allen to E Stevens way, called "Skagit Ln". Off of which is a Grieg Garden and the Hub Yard, both natural spaces full of greenery. Denny yard, is home to the original and first building of the campus, make sure you go and see as it is historical and has another iconic element, the bell tower. It is undergoing renovation this year, but should be done soon.
I really enjoy the wealth of knowledge at this campus. The campus is home to among the largest collection of academic research libraries in North America, as also stated in wikipedia, but from a personal standpoint, you need to see them to appreciate them. There is over 10 libraries you can visit, but I love Suzallo, which is home to what they call the "Harry Potter" Room. Check it out, you won't be misled.
Finding a place to study and work, can be a challenge on campus, because the amount of students. It can get insanely busy Fall Quarter.
As far as amenities, the campus is also home to the IMA, (Intermural Activities Building), which is open to students and the general public, but you do have to pay, its basically a nice fancy gym. Google it and see the review, but it is an amazing facility. A central food court and student center is found at the HUB (Husky Union Building). A state of the art facility with view screens and full food court on the lower level, with a miniature version of the UW Bookstore and a Haircut Salon. Within the HUB is fireplaces and common spaces as well offices for student run organizations. There is a US Bank branch inside the HUB as well as a bike repair shop.
From a sports perspective, The football stadium and basketball arena are side by side near the UW like rail, massive modern facilities for aspiring athletes and also serve as a source of entertainment for spectators during game time. Athletes have their own training facility separate to aforementioned IMA.
The university is also connected to the Puget Sound via the Link Light Rail at the UW Station near the Stadium. I find that the it is a walk from the Light Rail, but it's such a beautiful path through Rainer Vista with the fountain that its no biggy, very accessible to get the the center of campus from this point. If your not up for the walk, which I am not, sometimes, you can take King County Metro Buses, from multiple points around campus.
Nonetheless, Go Huskies!!!
Surrounded by a great amount of diversity and perspectives. I was fortunate to graduate from such an impressive and enriching institution. Beautiful campus. Great professors. Wonderful facilities.
Great atmosphere! Take your family to the Quad in the spring when the cherries bloom, or check out the visitor center for a lot of ideas. It seems that there is always some event going on in or around Red Square. It's a great place to just walk around.
OMIGOD........ I FREAKIN LOVE THIS UNIVERSTY!!!!! GRADUATE OF 2019!!!!! yay!
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Good school, big though. I recommend it if you like the area, have a specific career goal. My time here went by too fast and would enjoy studying some more. But it's difficult at my age now. Wished I would have stayed longer and had more time to explore the school and area. Beautiful campus in all seasons. Should have had more after school activities, not just studies. Good academics, facilities, etc.
Has a beautiful campus that is full of history. The buildings are amazing! If I hadn't moved, this would have been my main choice.
I'm gonna go there when I'm probably 18-19 but I'm only 11 years old now but it's my dream to go their so it's awesome!!!
I would love to go here when Im old enough it looks so cool😍
Had chance to visit during the Convocation in June 16. Beautiful Campus with stunning view of Mount Rainier. Quality of Education imparted prepares students as future leaders in their respective professions and the culture makes them good human beings.
I attended this university decades ago. The hard academic training still resides in my soul and who I am. The campus was so beautiful I still can see the breathtaking beauty of the architecture in each season when I close my eyes. I created the most romantic and intellectual memories there. It took me years to realize all that looking back.... I have visited so many different universities internationally since, but UW is just so special.... This is something.
Just browsing the colleges tonight in Seattle. I might be interested in getting a degree there
Superb campus! It is like a tourist spot
I love all facilities here. :)
I spent 3 years at the UW, and it was a fantastic institution. There are all sorts of wonderful programs for all study paths.
I went to college at UW, and I am so proud of it! I now live in southern-california (in USC territory), but there are a few of us huskies down here, too. I got my masters in psychology down here at Chapman University... but I'm still a husky :)
I attended UW for my Master,s degree and I could not have made a better choice. Due to financial needs, I was in my 40s by the time i saved up enough money to go to grad school. The UW FNP program had been #1 in the ratings for many years when I attendedo
And it is great to see that it has maintained its standing. I give credit to all the professors in the FNP program
for my success. On 31 January 2018, I will retire as a Colonel after serving 20 years 9 months in the US Army and I will forever be a proud Husky.
The campus is gorgeous, and I've heard it has a great Greek life, lots of student resources, lots of places to work out, and easy access to downtown Seattle.
I never attended bit I will once I get 19 or 20 im going to attend for 5 years for my programming and buissness degree so I can start my car,game,and phone buissness once im 29 or 30 you will be deiving my cars and have my phones and your children will be playing my game its educatinal.
Cherry blossom in end of March. It's gorgeous!
I visited the grounds for the recent cherry blossom bloom. I was impressed with the architecture around the campus - old mixed with modern buildings. I would love to attend if I had the money to!
Will be attending here by the end of next year. Hopefully it's as good as the beauty of the complex.
Once worked for their temp service, when I informed them of a blatant age discrimination occurrence, they never placed me in any more temp jobs. I wonder why? Also, their dental school is the worst.
A pretty nice campus close to the Pacific Ocean. I enjoyed walking through it on a sunny day. I've been at more impressive universities but this one is worth checking out if you have the time.
This is such a great collage such a pretty campus and great staff. They a answer questions when i called this school their administrator was nice unlike USC their administrator was rude and would not answer simple questions and the hung up.
I was once told to check my privilege by a professor, it was for raising my hand to answer questions in her class. It was a clear example of everything wrong with UW. She, dissatisfied with the response she was getting from her class, as I was one of the few people willing to answer questions, doesn't look to change the style of lecturing to better serve the students. In fact, almost every professor at UW did not care about their students learning, especially the hard sciences.
Pretty good for an online university. Hard to tell if some profs are machines or sentient beings, but at the end of the day, it doesn't really matter.
Facilities have good maintenance. Views are spectacular.
Possibly the best kept University/college secret in the US.
Please continue giving it rankings below the top 10 so that people don't know about the value.
Please continue to not place it as one of the best because I don't want more people to flood the beautiful campus and incredible facilities.
And fortunately, very few people use google reviews as a criteria for selecting their college.
I got in many years ago and decided to go to a University to the south because I assumed the smaller classes and more elite group of students would better serve me. I was wrong. I regret never getting my BA from the UW.
However, I've gotten a follow up certificate and have studied in the libraries for years and also have enjoyed the campus time and time again.
"It's simply amazing!" as Will Ferrell spouted off facetiously about Harvard.
He should have said it about the UW.
Because it is.
Love it! Cherry blossoms are beautiful during the spring!
No wonder people keep saying UW is one the most beautiful university in USA. We visited during early October. The walk up and down the mountain, in and out the trees, around the elegant architecture is such fulfilling journey.
Good school, but can be challenging to work with. I appreciate that they’re willing to talk to you.
Best school in the world. And so gorgeous!!
Really pretty campus and great athletics department. Thanks Dir jurgen for the nicely marked greens . u guys rock
UW has the best STEM and business programs in the nation. The campus is kept very clean and the scenery is beautiful.
Beautiful campus. Great quality education. Go dawgs!
11/10, best u n i v e r s i t y , would visit again, go h U s K i E s
I had an amazing four years at UW. Wouldn’t have changed a thing...
Having participated in a couple clinical trials at the UWSOM at the UWMC, I can attest for the professionalism and expediency of the employees there. From the clinicians to the study coordinators and reception, everyone is diligent and respectful. As a public entity, the institution finds a great balance between serving the public and improving our health while consistently delivering high quality academic advancements from many of the clinical trials that happen at the UW.
idk why this point is labeled as the university- it's just a staircase. If you want to meet up with someone, do it at Red Square. It's a great college, just an fyi about the map cuz I was confused.
If you want to see the Cherry blossom. This is the place. It's so fairytale types. You can get pictures there too. Pet friendly place too.
Parking for visitors of Cherry Blossom should be on E1. I visited on a weekend. Parking was pretty decent.
I visited this university for the first time and I really love it. Didn't know how big and beautiful this place is. The library was huge. I ordered a Starbucks in the library and charged my phone in the library. The students are working very hard haha. The cherry blossoms are not there yet, probably it was still the start of the March. But one tree is already flourish. The ground is green and many college students were playing on the ground. The transportation from university to airport is also convenient, you just need to take link train. There are many yellow O2O bicycles there, really convenient and amazing. The purple cloths are everywhere. Enjoyed the sunset! Also might a uber driver who is a student in this university. She is also hardworking. If I came here one year earlier, I would consider applying to there graduate program.
This university is actually pretty selfish. They don't do college visits or accept international students. I think they think they're as good as Harvard.
I held many presidential and captain spots among my 8 sports, clubs, and activites. I worked a part-time job for 2 years. I held a 3.75 cumulative. Not only did they not explain how I did not get in, people with 2.75 cumulative gpa’s got in. I just don’t understand their system. Glad I’m heading towards a more prestigious school than this biased so called university.
Big campus with nice views to Mt. Rainier in red square. Plants and architecture are also a highlight.
I came upon the campus from the west and was underwhelmed as the building seemed to have been built in the 60s and 70s and were a bit dated. However soon I made it to the main part of the campus which had classic building that reminded me of Wash U in St Louis and Harvard in their style and design. The fountain area was lovely and open and the walk down to the bridge was lovely. I got to see the Huskies’ Stadium as I walked by too
As an alumnus of the University of Washington, I can easily say this was the best university experience for me. I loved everything from student housing to all my professor in the MBA program. Wish I still live in Seattle, but work and additional collegiate studies took me away.
The campus is beautiful to walk through. There are a lot of cool buildings and the grounds staff do an amazing job with the landscaping.
Love it. I studied there and I always want to come back for more courses. So convenient. A lot of courses to choose. Helpful staff.
Racism is institutionalized at this University and it’s been performed starting from the administration, Professors, other faculty members and even down to the students. Professors give grades based on your skin color, if you’re black, no matter how high you score, your final grade is predetermined. They become visibly angry whenever a black student asks a question, never reply a black person’s emails. What they preach about being multi racial university is a complete lie and it’s totally different once you get in there. It really sucks and is so painful to attend there as a black person.
They make you feel like you’re some kind of an alien, and the worst part is when they screw you while grading. If you’re black and want to join this sunken place, please think twice. Never ever want someone to have a horrible journey as I’m having right now.
A great R1 institution with opportunities for those willing to seek them out. A true public ivy.
What an amazing experience to enjoy the beauty of nature at the Cherry and Magnolia Blossoms at the University of Washington, Seattle this Saturday. Perfect weather- beautiful sun, blue skies and brisk spring chill in the air.
Year after year these trees put up an awesome show of nature. Fragrant blooms and ever changing colors and patterns of nature. Pretty much every nationality could be heard in the linguistic chatter. Good or bad, it was hard not to distracted from admiring the amazing show of nature due to constant chatter, selfies and dramatic poses people prefer. If you are willing to discard lower 6' zone then one can really appreciate the colors, the blooms, contrasting tree branches against beautiful blue skies.
Awesome campus, great faculty and many activities happening around. Spectacular location. It’s a great tourist spot too since there are so many beautiful places inside the campus.
The top of the University in the world. There are so many classic buildings and stories. Go for a walk and take a picture of the campus, so nice.
Easily one of the best places I've ever worked in my 7+ year professional career. The campus is, of course, architecturally and ecologically one of the prettiest in the nation -- and visits to the library were always super productive.
this is a very great campus and a very highly competitive college
The campus is large and there's plenty of spaces to park if you're driving. Also rates are acceptable. There are both new and historical buildings and you can actually go inside some of the buildings and have a tour, unlike some other famous universities. Since the main campus is built on a hill, it's also a good place to go jogging.
My school is the best. Beautiful campus with lots of awesome facilities, and great staff and people as well. I feel like I'm actually learning valuable things for the future in my school.
Best university! Only great memories!
Top notch university. Best in the Northwest, no question. High caliber programs, gorgeous campus, excellent job placement programs.
Can't wait to transfer here in a few years after I save some money up. Online programs are wonderful and I'm excited to start working towards a bachelor degree.
I'm sort of done with Bellevue College. It's a good "beginner" school at best.
Love this place. April is the time to go for cherry blossoms but it will be crowded. Pro tip, park in kane hall after 12 on the weekend and it's free. It's a great way if you need to go to the campus and get lunch on the ave.
Great plaza full of cherry blossom and people.
Actually, too many people :(
The red square is also interesting.
Signed up for info about a coding bootcamp, was informed I would be contacted via e-mail or phone call. I managed to find the info I wanted online, but the coding bootcamp called me every single day without ever leaving a message, I had to Google search the phone number to find out who was essentially harassing me.
The numerous phone calls made me wonder if the coding bootcamp is based off of a commission.
Absolutely beautiful campus, with a photo-esque library that houses one of the world's largest books and a reading room that feels straight out of Harry Potter. Red Square is one of the best, most open areas to experience the busyness of campus life, and the HUB comes complete with a food court and a downstairs area with eSports, gaming, bowling and more. The only drawback is for visitors, the campus tends to be overwhelming and there are not nearly enough signs for walkers to point them to key hotspots.
Pro Tip: Come to campus when the Cherry Blossoms bloom in April. It is an amazing sight to behold!