Autumn, 2018

Applicants

All applicants WA residents U.S. nonresidents International
Applied 45,911 13,117 22,879 9,915
Admitted 22,351 7,459 11,229 3,663
Enrolled 7,141 4,444 1,527 1,170

Admitted class profile, middle 50%

The middle 50% is used to identify where the bulk of the scores lie. If you look at the all admits high school GPA of 3.71 to 3.95 it means that 25% of all admitted freshmen had a GPA below 3.71 and that 25% had a GPA above 3.95.

All admits WA residents U.S. nonresidents International
High school GPA 3.71–3.95 3.71–3.96 3.65–3.91 3.72–3.97
ACT 27–32 26–32 28–33 27–31
SAT (ERW+M) 1250–1430 1210–1410 1320–1460 1350–1450
SAT
Evidence-Based
Reading and Writing
610–700 600–700 640–710 600–660
SAT Math 630–760 600–720 670–770 740–790
TOEFL Not required Not required Not required 96–105

Demographics, enrolled freshmen

African American 3.6%
American Indian/Alaska Native 1.2%
Asian American 32.3%
Caucasian 36.1%
Hispanic/Latino 8.2%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.9%
International 16.4%
Other/Not indicated 1.3%

Direct to College, Engineering admits

Admitted class profile, range

We use the range (rather than the middle 50%) to illustrate the variance of GPA and test scores that were admitted in this first cohort.

Range
High school GPA (4.0 scale) 3.3-4.0
SAT (ERW + M) 1050-1600
ACT 20-36