FAQ's and more!! | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm going to talk a little bit about just you dove in general and what it's like going to such a big school. So your job has, like, Okay, I couldn't find the fax for this year, but twenty sixteen U Dub had over forty six thousand undergraduate students and thie campuses about of six hundred thirty four acres. It's literally so big that we have, like our own ZIP code, like Karma takes a while to walk from class to class. You have to give yourself a good amount of time to walk two classes of stuff, which kind of sucks when it's raining. That's where in Seattle, it's part of being in Seattle. I think it's super fun going to such a big school because you, like meet so many new people in there somebody like, um, cool things to get involved with and stuff. I love Seattle because Husky Card, which was like your student idea, works just like a A bus passed on like the news of the little light, really stuff so you can go down to like downtown Pike Place and all of that with your friends, especially if you're not around from around here something else. So are you Dive uses like it's on like, application, like Web site thing, so it's not really helpful if you're like. It's not like it's not on the common after anything like that. They say it's like a holistic view when you're applying, so they look at like you're a C T scores your GPS, your extracurriculars, all of that stuff, and they also look at your like, personal essay. At least for us, it could only be five hundred words. I believe on DH. Then they also care a lot about the diversity questions. So it's like another s A. It's like a shorter essay, and it's about like, diversity and stuff. So you'll see if you got the you don't Web site you like, go through the application process is so I would recommend. Honestly, starting those essay is like in the silver, like starting thinking of the idea of ideas for the essay over the summer and definitely get like people to check it over. Get your college counselors to read over because that's what they're there for.