Cascadia College is a young and growing community college, ranked second highest in the US Community College at Washington Monthly magazine. Even more uncommon is to share the campus with UW Bothell so students can take full advantage of the richness of the two campuses. Full Time students about 2,800; international students about 432, but also can apply for scholarships.
Cascadia is located in Bothell and has frequent bus services to Seattle city center every day, about 30 minutes to the city center. International students are mainly home-based, and there are sub-lettings nearby the school, where accommodation is cheaper than other areas.
|Setting||45 minutes from downtown Seattle|
|School Type||USA Community College|
|Admission Requirement||16 years old and over|
|Academic Calendar||Spring/ Fall/ Winter|
|Level Offered||Associate degree, High School Completion|
|Enrollment||Approximately 5,500 students|
|International Students||Approximately 4%|
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Cascadia and UW-Bothell are within a 7-minute walk of downtown Bothell on the same campus, enabling students to take full advantage of the rich and convenient resources of both campuses, including leading science and technology, wireless internet, first class Laboratories, bookstores, activity centers, sports stadiums and equipment, and over 7 million books at the University of Washington Library.
Washington State has a well-known tourist and trading port. The climate here is mild with rich arts and culture, sporting and entertainment, and numerous shops, best known for living in the United States. Its Commercial Center – Seattle is one of the Pacific Rim cities in the northwestern United States and is also an important business and cultural center for science and technology in the northwest, with a number of prominent corporate headquarters such as Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks and the Amazon, Provide many internship and employment opportunities for students.