University of Washington - Seattle Reviews
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While I enjoyed my time at University of Washington, I have struggled to get a job post graduation with a history degree. While I'm not surprised by this, it is depressing after how much money I spent on my degree.
I returned to the University of Washington this Fall to attend the Medical Technology program. I earned my first bachelor's in 2003. I returned to school to expand my knowledge and opportunity of my career path. So far, my experience in this program had been great. The professors and laboratory instructors really want the students to succeed. They make sure the material presented is understandable and if any one is having any difficulty they make time to meet the student.
They have made some changes to the curriculum in response to the previous students' concerns, which I feel overall has helped the incoming students. They also started a new mentorship program, where we are connected with medical technologist currently working in hospitals and clinics.
Speaking for my program I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in laboratory medicine.
Financial Aid is not particularly helpful if you are earning a degree past a first bachelor's. Thus, I'd advise applying for as many scholarships and grants as possible.
I received my Bachelors degree in Computer Science from UofW Tacoma last year, the professors and instructors were almost always top-notch and I always felt engaged in the material.
Financial aid was readily accessible, advisors were always ready to help with figuring out what classes I needed, and the professors all loved more in-depth conversations when relevant and/or they had extra time.
Overall I highly recommend this school and the CSS program in particular, you won't be sorry!
The University of Washington is truly an amazing university. The professors and student services work really hard to help students succeed in any way that they can. I took evening degree courses on campus and some online courses at home, but I still felt like I was a part of the university. I also received the same exceptional student services and level of care as students who were in day programs, (including the same professors who teach during the day). I highly recommend the University of Washington!