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Visit us

We encourage you to visit our beautiful campus and explore our facilities as you consider applying to the College of Engineering. Please be advised that academic advisers are not able to meet with prospective students individually.

Campus tours

In-person tour

Schedule a student-led tour that will take you through the heart of campus.

3-D Tour

See panoramic views of campus highlights, classrooms and other points of interest.

Video tours

Explore videos featuring campus highlights, housing, student perspectives and Seattle sights.

For admitted students

Admitted Student Day

The UW Office of Admissions welcomes admitted students to campus during designated preview days. If you are admitted to the College of Engineering, you will be invited to attend an Admitted Student Day in the spring where you can learn about what it means to be an engineering student at the UW. If you have been admitted to the College of Engineering, register early for the preview day.

Purple & Gold Experience

The UW invites newly admitted students of color to learn about programs that promote success, interact with current UW students, and learn about academic majors, support services, and social/cultural happenings on campus. The College of Engineering participates in many of the resource fairs.

Getting to the College

The College of Engineering main office is in Loew Hall, across Stevens Way from the Husky Union Building and less than a half-mile from the UW light rail station.

Front desk address:
371 Loew Hall Seattle, WA 98195-2180
(206) 543-0340

Engineering Buildings Google Map

By car
Parking on campus is limited to specific lots and requires a visitor's permit or one of many paid parking plans. For parking fees and more details, see Parking at the UW.

Public transit
It’s easy to reach campus by using the Link right rail (Husky Stadium stop), or by bus. Use the Husky Union Building (HUB) as your destination, which is across from Loew Hall.

The Burke-Gilman Trail runs right through the UW on the east and south sides of campus, providing several access points to the campus.