Cascadia is a public college located in Bothell, Washington in the Seattle Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,721 undergraduate students. The Cascadia acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Computer Programming. Graduating 29% of students, Cascadia alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $34,000.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.20 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.22 responses
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Cascadia Community College Reviews
Cascadia Community College has many enthusiastic and caring professors, great clubs and a close-knit community. It is also locate right in downtown Bothell, walking distance from many small shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes!
I really enjoyed the way Cascadia was concerned for the environment, and they made huge efforts to show that in the 2 and a half years I spent there. The class sizes were small, never more than 30 students, and I felt that my instructors knew me. Campus is within walking distance to coffee shops and restaurants affordable for students!
It was an absolute hit and miss between quality, engaging and amazing professors and dry, awful and unorganized professors with no in between. Depending on the teacher, your class and grade can go up or down. I would say most teachers I had were truly amazing but the bad ones were so very awful. Class content-wise, they were really good classes and I actually learned a lot. I will say there was a definite screw towards liberal ideology and if you had differing opinions you won't feel comfortable expressing them there. The campus is pretty cute with a public food garden, a couple of cafes and a subway with a huge library. It has a nice grass field and a wooded area with a cemetery up the hill which is cool. The nice thing about sharing a campus with UW Bothel is the resources like the library, sports and UW bookstore.