Cascadia is a public college located in Bothell, Washington in the Seattle Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,709 undergraduate students. The Cascadia acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Computer Programming. Graduating 31% of students, Cascadia alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $32,100.
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Cascadia Community College Reviews
After being at Cascadia College for nearly 5 years, taking some breaks and less classes on some quarters, I have watched the college grow and know that it will continue to grow. Sharing the campus with University of Washington Bothell has allowed me access to great resources such as the library and online research database. Since the bachelor’s degrees have been added, the impact of their work is seen on campus and the city of Bothell. Cascadia college had phenomenal chemistry and biology departments where the professors were clearly invested in their students, making sure that we are not simply memorizing out of a textbook, but thinking critically on how this might apply to our future studies and careers. Through them, my love for science has grown immensely and I wish for more students to have the same relationships with their professors as I have.
If you like a small campus with dedicated professors and access to plenty of extremely helpful resources Cascadia College is right for you. Although Cascadia is small, the population is growing and with that comes more campus activities and options for students to become involved with the school and meet their fellows. With top of the line instructors and academic resources for everyone, Cascadia College offers a unique experience perfect for Running Start students, those wishing to eventually transfer to a four year university, and returning adult students.
Cascadia College is a great college for those who are interested in broadening their horizons and expanding their viewpoints on a variety of topics. Cascadia's environment is student first and continues to exceed standards in academics and faculty. There are many club and services offered to enhance the college experience as well!