UW Bothell students would like the Legislature to advance plans for a new academic building on campus. Student leaders shared their priorities with three local lawmakers at a Jan. 3 legislative send-off.
The state lawmakers for Washington District 1, which includes Bothell and surrounding areas, will discuss the 2018 session at a send-off Jan. 3 at the University of Washington Bothell / Cascadia College campus.
The University of Washington Bothell prides itself on welcoming undergraduates who would be first in their families to earn a four-year degree. There’s another first-gen group — graduate students — who face their own challenges.
UW Bothell invites a number of lawmakers each year to speak to classes. For state legislators such as Rep. Roger Goodman, speaking is a two-way street. They share their insights, and they learn something from students in return.
A total of 5,995 students have enrolled at UW Bothell for the 2017-18 academic year. Of about 1,600 incoming first-year students and transfers, nearly half would be the first in their families to earn a four-year degree.
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