Class standing is determined by the student’s total number of credits, not
by the number of years of college study or completion of an associate
The following table lists the required credits for each class:
|Senior||=||135||Credits or more|
For additional information on how your class standing is determined, see Dual-Credit Programs if you participated in College in the High School or the Running Start Program, or theTransfer Credit Policy, if you have transfer credit.
Your current major. The department listed here may not be the major
you indicated as your area of interest on your application for admission.
Many majors at the University a have admission requirements that must be
completed before you are eligible to declare the major.
See Choosing a Major for additional information on how to choose a major, as well as a complete listing of undergraduate majors offered at the University of Washington.
The School or College to which your major department belongs.
See Colleges and Schools, Academic Departments, and Degree Programs for a completenlisting of what is available at the University of Washington.
Your student number is used for identification and verification purposes
while you are a student at the University of Washington. It will benefit
you to memorize it, as you will be asked for this number often.
Residency status determines whether you pay in-state or
out-of-state tuition. If you have been classified as a NONRESIDENT and
believe this is in error, see Washington State Residency for a
complete explanation of the rules governing Washington State Residency.