[Cse143a_sp23] [CSE 143] Applying to the Allen School? Here are some resources for your application!

Austin J Browning austinbr at cs.washington.edu
Mon May 22 09:44:52 PDT 2023


In an effort to support prospective current UW students who are applying to
the Allen School for admission in Autumn quarter, 2023, we are excited to
offer the following resources:


A recorded presentation
for you to view that provides best practices and suggestions for how to
write a strong personal statement for your application. Please note that
this video was recorded for Spring 2023 admission, so the dates mentioned
are specific to that admission cycle. Please disregard those dates-- the
deadline is July 1st, 2023 for Autumn quarter admission. The rest of the
content in the video is still accurate and relevant for this upcoming
Autumn quarter admission cycle.

The Current UW Student Admission Information Session
is held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 3:30pm-4:30pm via Zoom. The
next session will be held on Tuesday, June 13th, 2023.

Additional Questions & Support
If you would like to discuss course planning or have other admission
questions, please book an appointment (limited remaining) to meet with a
Peer Adviser
or attend Quick Questions
<https://www.cs.washington.edu/academics/ugrad/advising#qqs>to chat with an
Allen School Academic Adviser (held M-F
<https://www.cs.washington.edu/academics/ugrad/advising_calendar>). More
information about course prerequisites, the personal statement prompt, and
the application process can be found on this page.
Please reach out to peer-adviser at cs.washington.edu if you have any
admissions-related questions.

Senior Academic Adviser
Computer Science & Engineering
he/him/his <https://www.mypronouns.org/>

Bill & Melinda Gates Center
Box 352355
Seattle, WA 98195-2355
*206.685.3803 */ fax 206.543.2969
*austinbr at cs.washington.edu <austinbr at cs.washington.edu>* / *cs.washington.edu

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