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Prospective Students|College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • How I Spent My Summer: Casey Karch

    A student ambassador for the College of Engineering and Applied Science, Casey Karch was one of several CEAS students who gained valuable experience within the work force over the summer.

  • Engineering Freshman Convocation Welcomes Hundreds To College

    Nearly 200 students, faculty and staff from the College of Engineering and Applied Science came together for the Freshmen Convocation on Tuesday evening.

  • Engineers on the Job

    Meet seven UW College of Engineering and Applied Science graduates working at some of the nation’s top companies.

 

Student Ambassadors

Student ambassador Chelse Felts

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The Essential Information

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Why UW?

  • 90 percent of our graduates have jobs or go on to graduate programs within six months of graduation.
  • Small-class sizes (average: 28 per) ensure you’ll have the opportunity to participate in hands-on research.
  • Our graduates have gone on to careers with companies like Ford Motor Company, Encana, IBM, AT&T, ConocoPhillips and NASA.
  • Scholarships are available – more than 375 merit-based awards are allocated each year to current students and high school seniors.
  • Nearly 78 percent of our graduates report a starting salary greater than $60,000 annually, and 89 percent report a starting salary greater than $50,000 annually.
  • Working in collaboration with the UW School of Energy Resources, students can access some of the world’s finest research facilities.

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