If you want to discover how our world works, you belong at the College of the Environment. At UW Environment’s Future Student Visit Day, high school juniors, seniors, and prospective transfer students are invited to explore majors, meet faculty, and hear from current students.


Join us for UW Environment’s Future Student Visit Day 2018

Future Huskies in the lab with Professor Rick Keil.
Future Huskies in the lab with Professor Rick Keil.

When and where

Future Student Visit Day 2018 is scheduled for Friday, August 17, 2018. Please check back for details.

Who

Future Student Visit Day is perfect for high school students entering their junior or senior year and prospective transfer students from community colleges and other universities.

This event is free to attend, but space is limited and advance registration is required. Guests are welcome, but are limited to one adult family member or guest per student registrant.

Checking out specimens at 2016 Future Student Preview Day.
Checking out specimens at 2016 Future Student Visit Day.

The University of Washington expects parents or guardians to provide supervision for their minor children while attending University of Washington events that are open to the public. Parents or guardians should not leave their minor children unsupervised on University property.

Future Student Visit Day highlights

  • Explore all seven undergraduate majors offered by the College of the Environment, as well as unique courses and research opportunities available to undergraduate students at the College
  • Connect with current students, all of whom were recently in your position — exploring academic institutions in search of the best fit
  • Chat with faculty and advisers about your interests and the best ways to further develop them
  • Explore the University of Washington’s beautiful and historic campus
  • Learn about the UW admissions and financial aid processes

What Future Student Visit Day attendees are saying

  • “I loved the faculty, the students, the campus, everything! Everyone was incredibly friendly, informative, and helpful.”
  • “I dragged my mom there all the way from Ohio and I feel like it was 100% worth it. I’m extremely passionate about climate change. I walked away feeling like UW is a place where the faculty will really help me excel in my future career.”
  • “I enjoyed meeting people with similar interests who are established scientists, and who seemed genuinely interested in me as well.”
  • “Thank you so much for the great experience. I cannot wait to apply to the UW this fall!”