- 2 Year
- BOTHELL, WA
Cascadia College Reviews
Rating 3.84 out of 5 282 reviews
Cascadia's a nice school, there's plenty of spaces to study and there's places to eat with friends. The library they share with UW Bothell is super nice, the greenhouse is spacious, and there's a super pretty wetland area near the school. The professors vary, some really good and others okay.
The professors are very helpful. They remind you to always ask for help and meet one on one if you have questions. They are really supportive of you finishing strong. They help advise you down the right path to success. The school has a gym and lots of groups like yoga to be a part of. They have a food pantry for students. They have access to UW library. They have food trucks and snack bars there. The classes are only 30 students compared to 300. They have hboc programs that help the campus with diversity, equity, and inclusion.
It was a great experience, my advisor was friendly and funny and was able to pick out the exact classes I needed to complete my associates degree. Because of that, I was able to transfer to my university of choice.
Great professors, beautiful campus. I wish there was more areas to sit down, and i wish that there was more food accessability, like a dining hall or a snack bar.
The teachers are not very engaging or motivating. It's a good college to get your AA because the classes are easy, but it's not a great place for student life.
Their online program is really easy to navigate and I was able to get my Associates in Integrated Studies in 2 years during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This is a great school! I enjoy the extra-curricular activities, and meeting celebrities from all over the country. This is one of the best campuses to be in, and the buildings are all new! This is one of the greatest schools, and they have plenty of extra-curricular activities in Kody's Weekly.
It's great overall but the Engineering department has some not so great Professors and vey limited options.
Cascadia College have really nice location in the nature, it is really enjoyable just being there. Also Cascadia College have excellent and helpful professors, Because Cascadia College sharing campus with UW Bothell Cascadia students have some perfect advantages such as UW library access or GYM Access. Absolutely you get more than you give !
The international staff is amazing. The library is a really good place to study, I love the UWB campus.
I loved Cascadia. My professors were all very helpful and dedicated to teaching. Professors here are often from UW Seattle or Bothell, so sometimes you're getting the teaching experience of a student going to a more prestigious/expensive school. There are also a ton of resources on campus, that even rivals the big university that I'm attending now, after getting my AS at Cascadia.
What i would like to see change at cascadia is professors need to care about their students mor, it shows in their grades.
Great professors and learning environment! The faculty really cares about their students, and if you are looking for an institution to attend for running start this is the place to go!
I was an internation student on F1 Visa for two years and so happy my agent found me this great college 💙 I got accepted to UW Seattle campus right away School of Business! My friends with the same grades who attended other colleges in this area did not get accepted into the same program because quality of education is different from college to college. I was so lucky that my agent recommended me this college and not another one. Tuition is exactly same in every single college you go in this state (they just make it look slightly different on papers) but quality and college name that's what really matters! And parking fee is worth paying if you want a quality education. Bad schools always have free parking is what I learnt in 2 years in America.
The online learning experience was not great. I am not someone who learns well in an online setting at all, and most professors that I encountered were not very accommodating with things like network errors, online exams, and assignment submission. After hearing other people's experiences at other schools, I was disappointed with the way most of the professors handled the switch to an online environment.
I liked the collage overall, I feel like I was able to further my education. However, being a nursing major and taking many science classes was quite revealing about the quality of classes and professors at the school. I took 6 science classes, 2 of those being chemistry, the other 4 being biology, and only had 2 professors total that were helpful and I felt made a lasting impact on my learning, and taught in a way that was absorbable for students. Other than that the school was great, but I would maybe consider going elsewhere if you are headed in the health sciences direction.
Online classes are very flexible, and the professors are understanding. Most of my online classes have been asynchronous, but there are still many group projects and class discussions. Due dates and assignments are posted way in advance so you can usually work at your own pace.