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How to apply

How to apply Follow this checklist to make sure you have everything you need to submit a complete application for admission. The applications Self-report your courses and complete CADRs Choose your program The writing section Additional information about yourself or your circumstances The application fee Send test scores? Send transcripts? Make sure you also know…


Applying with ApplyWeb

Only apply once! The UW does not have a preference of application platform. The deadline for both is November 15, and decisions will be released March 1–15. Should you submit both applications, one will be withdrawn and will not be reviewed. You will not receive a refund of the application fee. Grading scale changes/COVID-19 impacts…


Applying with the Common App

Only apply once! The UW does not have a preference of application platform. The deadline for both is November 15, and decisions will be released March 1–15. Should you submit both applications, one will be withdrawn and will not be reviewed. You will not receive a refund of the application fee. General instructions Grading scale…


Parents & Families

Preparing for college Read our advice for making the most out of the high school curriculum. Find resources to explore and identify colleges through the search process. Attend a national college fair virtually or in-person. How to prepare for college


A Level & AS Level exams – archive

A Level & AS Level exams The UW encourages and applauds students who have pursued Advanced Level or Advanced Level Subsidiary exams as part of their high school curriculum or through the Cambridge AICE Diploma Program. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Policy Overview In…


IB – Archive

International Baccalaureate (IB) The UW encourages and applauds participation in IB as part of the high school curriculum. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Policy overview In most cases, five quarter credits (or more) are awarded for Higher Level subjects in which the student has…


AP – Archive

Advanced Placement (AP) – archived page The UW encourages and applauds participation in AP as part of the high school curriculum. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Submitting your AP test scores The easiest way to ensure that the UW receives your AP scores is…


Completing Art

Completing Art (This page is only for students who were notified by email that they have not completed the UW’s admission requirement in the Fine, Visual, or Performing Arts.) The offer of admission you received is made with a provision: You must complete this requirement once you enroll at the UW. Please pay attention to this…


Send transcripts

Send transcripts What is an “official” transcript? A college transcript is official if it bears the authorizing signature and the official seal of the issuing institution and is: sent directly by the school to the Office of Admissions or sealed in a school envelope and mailed or delivered to Admissions by you. If you open…


Alternatives to the English requirement for admission

Alternatives to the English requirement for admission The English subject requirement for admission applies to all freshmen and transfer applicants and cannot be waived. It may be satisfied by coursework completed in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom, countries where English is recognized as the primary language of instruction. Additionally,…



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