We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The campus is so pretty, with a nice mix of old/new buildings, landscaping, fountain, and view of Mt. Rainier and the water. In April the cherry trees blossom and it is so beautiful. Fun to walk around the campus even if you are not a...More
We visited during the Cherry Blossom season and also visited the book store/library. The architecture of the buildings and the flowers were breathtaking. Nice visit. Great campus. Could quite spend some time strolling and photographing the campus.
Daughter Attends The School So Must Rate A Five. There are some issues of homeless hanging around where they should not, and campus police are powerless to do anything. Libraries at a university should be limited to students. Or provide homeless where they can wash...More
Was fortunate enough to spend a bit of time strolling this campus. The mix of old and new architectural styles work well. I felt like I was on a European university campus. Lots of mature foliage, much of which was bathed in a riot of...More
Went to church on their campus (I had to make sure I was at the right church, as they had several Methodist churches on their campus!) Their students are very polite and friendly! Was amazed how many activities they had on campus on a Sunday...More
Its worth a walk around and a visit to the Henry ( cutting edge art) and the Burke ( recently created in a new, state of the art, building). Don't miss the Quad, a large grass and treed plaza with classic buildings surrounding it (...More
Response from PhotographVagabond | Reviewed this property |
You can probably find everything you need either on the website or check with the counselor at your child's High School who should either have or be able to get all the information you need. Of course you can always call... More
You can probably find everything you need either on the website or check with the counselor at your child's High School who should either have or be able to get all the information you need. Of course you can always call admissions at the UW campus.