Welcome to the University of Washington
College of Engineering Departmental Application

The online application will be open for Spring 2015 admissions from:

12 noon January 12th, 2015 - 5pm February 2nd, 2015.

The application may open a day or two late since it is dependent on grades being posted from the previous quarter. Please check the directory link to the left for more information regarding individual departments.

To apply you will need to:

  1. Complete the prerequisite course requirements for Early Admissions, Upper Division Admissions, or Computer Science prior to the application deadline. Applicants with incomplete coursework should contact individual departments before the application period ends to learn if you can be eligible to apply.

  2. Submit transcripts from ALL colleges or universities that you have attended. Each department you apply to may need a separate copy of each transcript. UW transcripts can be downloaded or printed from MyUW. See table below to determine each department's transcript requirements. See the Departmental Directory link on the left to find address information for delivering transcripts. Most departments accept electronic copies of transcripts via the admissions application. Please read and follow all instructions regarding transcript submission carefully.

    Dept UW Transcripts Transfer Transcripts
    Aeronautics & Astronautics unofficial UW transcript (electronic or paper) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic or paper)
    Bioengineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Bioresource Science & Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Chemical Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Civil & Environmental Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Computer Science unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Computer Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Electrical Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (printed or electronic)
    Human Centered Design & Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Industrial & Systems Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Materials Science & Engineering unofficial UW transcript (electronic required) unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic required)
    Mechanical Engineering NO UW transcript required. unofficial transcripts from all transfer institutions (electronic or paper)


  3. Fill out application sections including personal information (name, contact information), an education summary (list of all colleges attended, dates, GPAs and credits), an employment summary (list of work experience and dates), a departmental selection page (list of departments to which you are applying), and a corresponding courses summary page (list of all prerequisite and other relevant classes required for all departments to which you are applying). Information already available on your UW transcript will automatically be filled in with options to edit. Otherwise, new students will need to type in the information. Additions and deletions can be made at any time while the application is open and before the application is officially submitted.

  4. Respond to a short-answer question.
  5. Write a personal statement for each department.

If you are not currently enrolled at UW, you will need to apply to the UW prior to completing an engineering application. Deadlines for UW applications are significantly sooner than engineering. For details, see the Engineering Advising Center page.

Also be sure to set up your NetID as soon as you receive your application acknowledgement letter from the UW admissions office. You will use this NetID to log in to the College of Engineering on-line application.

Student information may be used by other UW groups for purposes such as recruiting.