Washington, District of Columbia 2021-10-21 11:47:27 –
October 21, 2021
The University of Washington’s latest undergraduate classes are robust and diverse, according to a student census that was finally enrolled in the fall of 2021.
A total of 11,670 new classes span all three campuses, including first-year and transfer students, of which 8,398 (72%) are residents of Washington State.
A total of 2,419 Washington Community College transferees were enrolled at UW on all three campuses: 1,266 in Seattle, 523 in Bothell, and 630 in Tacoma. Of these, 84.7% are Washington residents.
The Seattle campus enrolls 7,249, the largest freshman class, including 4,520 Washington residents (also new highs) and a record number of undervalued minority students. It is. Of the 8,729 new undergraduate students on the Seattle campus, 7,249 are new students, 1,480 are transfer students, and 1,438 are from underrated minority groups. Overall, the Seattle campus undergraduate application pool increased by 10% this year, with a total of 53,608 applications and an enrollment rate of 53%. The Seattle campus enrollment rate for Washington residents was 57%.
The total number of enrollments for all three campuses has dropped slightly from 60,418 to 60,116 (49,025 in Seattle, 6,069 in UW Bothell, 5,039 in UW Tacoma — 17 students enrolled in multiple UW campuses. doing).
Of the 60,116 students enrolled on all three campuses, 42,588 are undergraduates and 17,528 have graduate or professional degrees. The number of international students enrolled on all three campuses is 8,352 (13.9%) – 7,735 in Seattle. 406; at the University of Washington Bothell and 213 at UW Tacoma.
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