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Undergraduate Admissions

How do you apply?

In order to apply, you will need to prepare a brief personal statement.  This statement can be used to express your educational goals, tell us why you are applying to the major, and to address any concerns about your record.  Additionally, you will need to submit an unofficial UW transcript.

Applications will be available online and open to current University of Washington students. 
Submit your ONLINE APPLICATION during one of the following admission windows:

Applications Open

Applications Close

Decision Notification

Quarter Start

CLOSED

5pm on April 10

April 30

Autumn

September 28

5pm on October 9

October 30

Spring

Admissions decisions will be communicated via email. If admitted, follow the next steps listed in the email. If admitted and you do not accept the offer by the deadline stated in the email, you will not be admitted to the major and will need to reapply in a future admission cycle. 

Looking ahead to future admission cycles, note that application deadlines are 5pm on the second Friday of Autumn quarter and the second Friday of Spring quarter.

Minimum admission requirements include: 

  • A minimum grade of 2.0 in each of MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126 (or MATH 134-5-6)  
  • A minimum grade of 2.0 in AMATH 301
  • This is a capacity constrained major and admission is competitive. Successful applicants typically have over a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA in courses listed above.  Admissions statistics are noted below.

Additional information for prospective students

  • Admissions: Incoming FreshmenTransfersInternational Students
  • Additional policies, useful links, and resources may be found here!
  • Admissions statistics: currently there is a 58% acceptance rate and the average cumulative/overall GPA of admitted students is 3.6.  This information will be updated after each admission cycle. 

    Undergrad Info Sessions: July 8 and October 2  |  See calendar for details!

How do you meet with an Applied Mathematics advisor?

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