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Admission and Enrollment Statistics

Undergraduate enrollment at a glance

The CEE undergraduate enrollment autumn 2018 consisted of 355 students in the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) program and 26 students in the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering (BSENVE) program, for a total of 381 undergraduates.

As of Autumn Quarter (December) 2018 BSCE BSENVE Total
Total CEE undergraduate enrollment 342 41 383
Women 104 18 122
Transfer students (90 credits or more) 60 3 63
Under-represented Minority (URM) students 32 3 35
International students 28 2 30
Out of state students 37 10 47
Washington State residents 277 29 306

BSCE admissions statistics by type of admission

BSCE has historically had Upper-Division (UD) and Early Admissions (EA). Beginning in 2019, admissions to the major will be through Upper Division Admissions and Direct-to-College Placement.

BSCE Admissions: Enrollment by Type 2018 2019
Upper Division (UD) admission 109 TBA
Early Admission (EA) 29 0
Direct to College (DTC) placement 0 TBA
STARS 2 TBA
Total enrolled 140 TBA

BSENVE admissions statistics by type of admission

The BSENVE program, launched in autumn 2017, was a minimum requirement admission through 2018. Beginning in 2019, admissions to the BSENVE will be through the competitive application Upper Division Admissions and Direct-to-College Placement.

BSENVE Admissions: Enrollment by Type 2018 2019
Upper Division (UD) admission 26 TBA
Early Admission (EA) 0 0
Direct to College (DTC) placement 0 TBA
STARS 0 TBA
Total enrolled 26 TBA

*Direct Freshman Admission decisions are made by UW Admissions Office.

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering (BSENVE) will be eligible for ABET review in 2019-2020 following the graduation of the program’s first senior class.

Direct to College admission assures incoming freshman students who are admitted into the College of Engineering that they can pursue an engineering degree at the UW. The changes took effect starting with the 2018 incoming freshman class.

Direct to College FAQ